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2016 presidential election News

Op-Ed: Midterm results reveal that Democrats need a new New Deal

The Democrats lost big on Tuesday, losing control of the Senate, falling further behind in the House, and putting up a poor showing in the various governors' races. While the punditry debate why Dems lost and the GOP won, a look at the real reason.

Could '3rd time be a charm' for Mitt Romney come 2016 Elections?

Even though former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA) said that he has no interest in a 2016 US Presidential run, there's still the possibility.

Op-Ed: Fix Social Security shortfall by transferring funds from defense

The new annual report from the Social Security and Medicare boards of trustees has a dire prediction for the future of Social Security. Most dire is the prediction that Social Security Disability Insurance will run out of funds by late 2016.

Op-Ed: Marco Rubio hurts 2016 chances by being intolerant on intolerance

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) claims that there is rising intolerance against religious conservatives. His attempt to portray religious and social conservatives as victims will come back to haunt him.

Op-Ed: Elizabeth Warren popular but would struggle as president

Despite the entrenched power of Hillary Clinton, rookie senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts may be looking to snatch the 2016 Democratic nomination for president by hooking in from the left as a populist. But she might struggle as chief executive...

Hillary Clinton stays silent on possible 2016 run on 'Daily Show'

New York City - Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton refused to give it up Tuesday, keeping her presidential ambitions under wraps under direct questioning from late night talk-show host Jon Stewart on his show, “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.”

Op-Ed: Perry vs. Paul battle could strengthen GOP position in 2016

Republican titans Rand Paul, outspoken libertarian U.S. senator from Kentucky, and Rick Perry, outspoken longtime governor of Texas, are taking potshots at each other. Democrats should beware of the victor coming out stronger for 2016.

Facing criticism, Rand Paul starts building campaign network

Stung by criticism from Republican strategists and political observers that he has no national campaign network, backers of presidential hopeful Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) say they’re just getting started, and they’ll continue to build their organization.

Santorum says he could have beaten Obama, eyes 2016

Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum says he could have beaten President Barack Obama if he had been the Republican candidate instead of Mitt Romney, and made it clear he’s interested in trying again in 2016.

Sen Rand Paul to sue Obama and NSA over 4th amendment concerns

Libertarian-leaning and likely 2016 presidential contender Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) announced plans on Wednesday to sue President Barack Obama and the NSA over Fourth Amendment violations.

NJ Gov. Chris Christie booed at Super Bowl ceremony

New York - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was booed Saturday as he took the stage during the Super Bowl hand-off ceremony in Times Square. Some in the crowd booed, while at least one other heckler could be heard shouting: "we hate traffic, we hate traffic."

Rand Paul: 'There are always perceptions of what is extreme'

With The New York Times and NBC's "Meet The Press" seeking to tether him to his father's Libertarian positions, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) defended his cause and his father alike.

Op-Ed: Why NJ Governor Chris Christie won't be our next President

Chris Christie is undoubtedly one of the main contenders for the Republican nomination to run for President in 2016; however, given recent events and his already moderate stances he is unlikely to be our next President.

In poll average, President Obama's disapproval hits two-term high

Across a broad spectrum of national polls and spanning his entire two-year term, President Obama's disapproval ratings have reached a record high.

In Detroit visit, Senator Rand Paul seeks diversity for the GOP

Detroit - Speaking at the opening of the Republican Party office in Detroit, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) stressed the need for the GOP to infiltrate markets the party has largely ignored.

CNN/IRC poll: It's Clinton and Christie in 2016 White House race

According to the latest CNN / ORC International poll on the possible candidates for the 2016 presidential election, the contest may be between Hillary Clinton and Chris Christie.

Republican strategy voices toy with 'Hillarycare' brand for 2016

Washington - As it is widely believed, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is laying the groundwork in her preparation for a 2016 presidential run; however, GOP strategists have begun seeding a new phrase into the political lexicon: Hillarycare.

As Obamacare falters, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) plays to visibility

The Affordable Care Act's botched rollout may be giving legs to the national aspirations of Tea Party darling Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX).

Senator Rand Paul: American voters want 'someone like me' in 2016

In an appearance on FOX News Monday night, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) almost announced his bid for the White House, saying Americans want "someone like myself."

Senator Paul knocks Obamacare, Gov Christie in latest comments

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) continued to pursue a fiscally conservative position this week, calling national attention to the costs associated with Obamacare and questioning Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) over Hurricane Sandy relief.

Senator Rand Paul on Obamacare: Government is 'inherently inept'

In an interview on ABC's "This Week," Senator Rand Paul was asked to comment on a range of issues - from Edward Snowden's clemency denial to his 2016 presidential aspirations.

Biden: House GOP a 'Neanderthal crowd' on women's violence issue

Slamming Republican congressional legislators in the House on their deliberations over the Violence Against Women Act, Vice President Joe Biden labeled them the "Neanderthal crowd."

Michele Bachmann's GOP strategy for beating Hillary Clinton — God

Former presidential candidate Michele Bachmann has come up with an innovative strategy for Republicans to take back the white house in 2016: "Cry out to God," she said.

Rand Paul considering 2016 presidential bid

Senator Rand Paul, a Republican from Kentucky, has officially stated that he is considering a 2016 presidential campaign. Paul is the son of former Congressman Ron Paul.

Op-Ed: Rand Paul 2016 — The collapse of Libertarianism is coming soon

Voting for Rand Paul in 2016 will only help to destroy the Libertarian movement and merge it with mainline conservatism and the status quo.

President Paul Ryan? 2016 White House bid now 'realistic' he says

2012 Republican vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan said Sunday that while he has no future plans to run for House speaker, running for president in 2016 has become “more realistic” due to his experience last fall.

Op-Ed: 2 reasons why Libertarians shouldn't vote for Rand Paul in 2016

The establishment is using Rand Paul and the Paul family name to trick Libertarians and Constitutionalists in order to save the status quo within the Republican party.

Texas Governor Rick Perry eyes 2016 run for the White House

Houston - The 2012 presidential election hasn't even been decided yet, but some Republicans are looking at running for the presidency four years from now. Texas Governor Rick Perry is one of those possible GOP presidential contenders.
 

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