Katherine Miller on fundraising in 2015. With apologies to the DCCC, NRCC, et al.
Harry Reid went nuclear today. What does that actually mean?
It was the first song she learned outside of church.
The right still thinks it’s winning.
Bill Thompson, his chief rival, will drop out, the Daily News reports.
This is what you do when you win the Democratic nomination to be mayor of New York.
While the National Rifle Association publicly fights against a national gun registry, the organization has gone to incredible lengths to compile information on “tens of millions” of gun owners — without their consent.
Alan Chambers wasn’t just the leader of Exodus International, he was also a member. When he shut down the ministry network this summer, foes and allies alike debated whether this was a tipping point for conservative Christians’ acceptance of homosexuality or merely a symptom of his own inability to practice what he preached.
“We’re proud of you guys,” the president says.
It’s “transparent,” the president tells Charlie Rose in an interview. Here’s a portion of that transcript, from PBS.
“Take it from my man, the love guv…”
President Barack Obama and President Xi Jinpling met last weekend, and users of the Chinese social network Weibo noticed something.
He’s back, despite “some big mistakes.” His pitch: Father of the year.
The Syrian government claims Israel attacked.
Ray Chambers on investing to stop the disease.
The soundtrack to his announcement video sounds an awful lot like “Halo.”
Of his Citadel class. “Help me finish what my dad couldn’t.”
“The entire Republican party has spent four years making a huge mistake really retreating from its historic role as the main advocate of sound national security policies.”
There’s only one way for a president or ex-president to compose his work, according to anonymous people around him.
A new ad from the Coalition for Medicare Choices, an industry-backed group, groups ObamaCare’s cuts to the Medicare Advantage program with the sequester, and urges seniors to call Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand. The ad begins airing tomorrow, a source says.