This morning, Senator Chuck Schumer declared fellow senators Harry Reid, Max Baucus, and Chris Dodd the “three horsemen” of the health care bill that finally passed the Senate on the first Christmas Eve vote since the nineteenth century.
“This is an amazing accomplishment. It would be under ordinary times. It’s even more amazing Read More
The left was understandably aghast when, on the eve of last year's New Hampshire primary, a desperate Hillary Clinton seemed to downplay the accomplishments of Martin Luther King by noting that "Dr. King's dream began to be realized when President Johnson passed the Civil Rights Act. It took a president to get it Read More
The thought has surely crossed Chris Dodd's mind more than once these past few days: Is this how Barack Obama treats his friends?
When word spread a week ago that AIG had used $165 million in federal bailout money to lavish bonuses on the same executives whose incompetence had forced the insurance giant to the Read More
Andrew Cuomo will be among the people testifying at a congressional hearing tomorrow entitled "Paying for College: The Role of Private Student Lending," according to a statement from Senator Christopher Dodd's office.
In a media advisory about the hearing, Dodd's office said the Democratic senator from Connecticut would "focus on the growth of the private Read More
Next February 5, when approximately 83 states are scheduled to hold primaries and caucuses that cumulatively figure to determine the party’s presidential nominee, chances are no one will remember anything from the lead-off Democratic debate.
There were no sharp attacks, no memorable exchanges, no gotcha moments. No one was asked about the hypothetical rape and Read More
A day after they ditched a planned FOX debate, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards will participate in a “virtual town hall” discussion this evening in the (presumably) more ideologically friendly confines of Air America radio.
The Big Three, along with Bill Richardson, Joe Biden, Chris Dodd and Dennis Kucinich, will engage in a Read More
Connecticut Senator Chris Dodd may not be able to brag about hosting any massive, sold-out McFundraisers like his competitors Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. But that’s no reason to feel sorry for him — at least not tonight. According to a source, the four-term senator will be dropping by singer-songwriter Paul Simon’s Central Park West Read More
Barack Obama is getting ready to run, and said that the race “could be fun.”
The New York Post handicaps the 2008 race, with Hillary Clinton at 3:1, Obama at 5:1 and Chris Dodd at “He jumped in last week. Did anyone notice?”
Mike Lupica of the Daily News Read More
Al Sharpton’s spokeswoman just sent over this statement on today’s announcement from Barack Obama:
“I am watching the race as it forms and though I certainly feel that Senator Obama, Senator Clinton, Senator Dodd, Senator Edwards and others each offer very unique and admirable attributes, many of us will judge the candidates based upon their Read More
When it comes to the field of Democratic Presidential hopefuls, Chris Dodd has clearly decided that there is still a niche to be filled by someone like him.
While he thinks that Hillary Clinton can be President, he also notes that she is still in the midst of forming her Iraq policy. And as for Read More