The Maryland governor is the only Democrat sending people out this year. A way to build favor in early-voting states ahead of 2016.
The former secretary of state has not commented on the shooting of Michael Brown or the subsequent protests.
The governor is spending a lot of time in the early primary state these days.
The vacationing rich in East Hampton embrace Clinton, their regular summer guest. Martha Stewart, Peter Orszag, Howard Dean also stop by.
The former Montana governor loves an audience, and for a while, he had one. How Schweitzer for President was built and broken.
The odds aren’t great against Hillary Clinton, but the Democratic governor from Maryland is doing the actual things people do before running for president: donors, new policies, campaign travel, distance from Obama. “I think people are going to be surprised at the amount of time he does this.”
“I found out through the media. No one called to tell me.” Gov. Mary Fallin has had little contact with the government about the hundreds of minors in Oklahoma.
The Republican governor talks immigration, same-sex marriage, and LeBron James at a conference in Nashville. A rare exchange with the national press.
“You got to lead us out of this mess we’re in.”
As Clinton continues her Hard Choices book tour this summer, the group Correct the Record aims to keep her supporters on point.
“But as Iowans, we need to see that connection in action … We’d suggest sooner rather than later this time,” the second-largest paper in Iowa writes.
Distributors and publishers impose an “effective ban” on Hard Choices, which is critical of the Chinese government. “It’s outrageous and unfortunate.”
The Center for American Freedom is free of the traditional lines between politics and journalism. Reinschmiedt helped with paperwork, research assistance.
Hard Choices sells 85,721 hard copies, according to Nielsen figures. The book topped the nonfiction list, but fell short to a sci-fi romance novel overall.
From the Snow Queen Elsa to the Flying Dutchman. Seventy-two percent of the columns are “negative,” says Media Matters, which read them all.
Ready for Hillary fundraises in London, Paris, and Geneva.
Hard Choices sells 24,000 copies in its first week through B&N.
Surrounded by paper towels, Clinton received visits from Sonia Sotomayor, John Lewis, family, and fans at a Costco book signing.
“I am having a good time.”
The former secretary of state emphasizes Iraqi governance failure, Syrian spillover as causes of Iraq conflict.