“There ought to be a big enough space” for Davis to act on her conscience and for couple to get marriage licenses, Bush said.
It’s not clear that it had much effect, but the longtime Clinton confidant often emailed secretary pieces, speeches, and analysis to the left of her positions — especially on Israel.
If you’re one of the millions listening to talk radio, you can almost listen to pro-Trump news all day. Is it pure fandom, a conduit for talking about immigration, or a means to give people what they want to stay relevant?
He suggests “All Lives Matter” or “Innocent Lives Matter.”
“Whether or not you’ve had some challenges in your finances — show me an American that hasn’t?”
The Republican maintains his rightward push on immigration at the Iowa state fair on Monday.
Carson and Trump are easy contrasts. What’s similar about them, though, seems to be leading to their popularity in an anti-establishment summer.
In recent weeks, at least three fundraising emails have gone out on conservative email lists. “Dear Reader: In this email, you will find a special message from a paid sponsor, Donald J. Trump.”
AIPAC’s president tells activists the administration is spreading “inaccuracies” in its claims about AIPAC’s role.
A few weeks ago he declined to criticize Trump. Now Trump’s “a businessman who buys access to a politician like Hillary Clinton” as he campaigns in South Carolina.
In South Carolina on Friday, Paul had plenty to say about the indictments of top allies in connection to his father’s presidential campaign. The Obama administration has been “sitting on this stuff for four years,” Paul said.
Accuses Megyn Kelly of behaving “very badly.”
Has Roger Ailes tired of this?
Jesse Benton is a Paul family member. John Tate heads one of the organizations central to the loosely aligned liberty groups that have organized and provided manpower for the Pauls.
“I am extremely disappointed in the government’s decision.”
Jesse Benton, head of Rand Paul’s political action committee and staffer on Ron Paul’s 2012 presidential campaign, has been charged, along with John Tate and Dimitrios Kesari, for allegedly making concealed payments to an Iowa State Senator in exchange for his political support.
An interview on Israeli TV. And an argument about AIPAC.
Phone solitaire as debate prep.
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has asked the dentist who killed Cecil to come forward. The State Department said yesterday it was “saddened” by the lion’s death. Updated: the Service said on Friday that it has now been in contact with him.