When Bill Clinton pointed out yesterday, while talking about Barack Obama’s South Carolina victory, that Jesse Jackson won the state in 1984 and 1988, the former President got plenty of attention.
Clinton seemed to be encouraging the perception that Obama won because of support from black voters, and that his victory was more Read More
A union spokesperson sent over this photo of former Vice President Walter Mondale campaigning for Hillary Clinton with R.W.D.S.U. President Stuart Appelbaum and members of the union in Cedar Rapids, Iowa last weekend. Read More
Forget all the comparisons from the Democratic also-rans between Hillary Clinton and Howard Dean.
To paraphrase Lloyd Bentsen: 2008 is no 2004. The dynamics of this race are vastly different and the foundation of Mrs. Clinton’s campaign, aided by deep establishment support and a perception of inevitability that’s been nursed by the media for years, Read More
Go ahead and call Hillary Rodham Clinton the front-runner for the 2008 Democratic Presidential nomination. After all, she’s running 20 points ahead of her nearest rival in the national polls, and she’ll have lots and lots (and lots and lots) of cash.
Just don’t get carried away.
There is a notion floating around that the Read More
When the haze of sentimentality dissipates, and the people who always mocked or ignored Paul Wellstone have finished covering him with condescension, a truer picture of this great man will emerge. For the moment, Wellstone’s real friends and allies must share him in death with his enemies, because that is an obligation of the national Read More