One of the many learning perks of the recent election cycle was watching how political arguments would form in the blogosphere, whirl around a bit and then burst into the mainstream media. Like tropical depressions forming off the coast of Africa before they rolled into the Caribbean as hurricanes, ... More >>
By Marc Cooper
It was far too beautiful a day in Southern California to have spent much time following the West Virginia primary. Taking a late afternoon bike ride is when I finally tuned into the results -- just in time to hear Hillary's victory crow.
What a humdinger! She more or less lifted Jes ... More >>
Hillary Clinton may have dominated the Massachusetts Democratic primary last Tuesday, weathering the endorsements of both Ted Kennedy and John Kerry for Barack Obama, but she was beaten handily by Obama in her old college town. According to the Wellesley Townsman, the Wellesley College grad picked ... More >>
By Jill Stewart
The networks and Fox News have projected Hillary Clinton as the winner in California, with huge leads among Latinos, Asians and, to a lesser degree, women. The projection came only about an hour and fifteen minutes after the polls closed, and indicated that Clinton also did very wel ... More >>
The vibe was heavy at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood on Thursday night, and an always blood-thirsty press didnâ€™t imagine it into existence. With U.S. Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama debating one-on-one for the first time in a long campaign season to decide who would be the next Democrati ... More >>
The only thing that really stands out about the debate in Hollywood between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama is that the softball questions and heavy focus on their strongest policy issues simply provided a long free ad for both candidates.
And while it's pleasant to watch, it can' ... More >>