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  • Hillary Clinton, the worst of both parties

    Hillary Clinton, the worst of both parties
    Columnist Robert Ehrlich says Hillary Clinton is "far and away the Democratic front runner for president. Many believe she is the odds on favorite to win it all" ("Hillary all over again," Nov.16). For the sake of our country, let us hope this doesn't...
  • Jay Ambrose: The new, scary, up and at 'em Obama

    President Barack Obama, who was once a seemingly laid back, autocratically minded, economically confused, deceptive, politically klutzy, often naive Big Government worshipper, has changed since an election in which voters said they were dismayed at his...
  • The one-term caucus? Top House targets for 2016

    They haven't even been sworn in yet, but these members start off the cycle as underdogs in their quests for re-election in 2016. Most of 2016's initial targets are incoming Republicans, swept into office in a GOP midterm wave. They will represent...
  • Obama's political legacy fading fast

    WASHINGTON The Obama legacy wasn't supposed to unfold this way. Barack Obama was changing the political map, pushing the Democratic Party into the South and the Mountain West. He was building a new social network that would endure long after an Obama...
  • USAID's new strategy has Seattle roots

    WASHINGTON When Alan Mulally the Boeing-honcho-turned-savior at Ford Motor Co. spoke at a U.S. Agency for International Development town hall last year, he gave Rajiv Shah one piece of inspiration. "He said, 'You guys have the greatest mission in the...
  • Wasserman Schultz at political crossroads

    Wasserman Schultz at political crossroads
    Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the most-prominent Democrat in South Florida, is at a political crossroads. She's just won her sixth term in the U.S. House of Representatives with 63 percent of the vote. And she's been chairwoman of the Democratic National...
  • Democrats' loss is not a win for Hillary Clinton

    Democrats' loss is not a win for Hillary Clinton
    In the old Soviet Union, Kremlinologists would read the state party newspaper Pravda not so much for the news it contained, but to glean what the commissars wanted readers to believe the commissars were thinking. The closest we have to that in America...
  • Hillary all over again

    Hillary all over again
    With the exception of President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton is the most recognized American politician of this era. Today, she is far and away the Democratic front runner for president. Many believe she is the odds on favorite to win it all — a...
  • Clarence Page: If the candidates in next big election sound familiar, they should

    Clarence Page: If the candidates in next big election sound familiar, they should
    Are you ready for Clinton vs. Bush 2.0? My earlier prediction that Jeb will face Hillary in 2016 is looking more certain than ever. Sure, in theory the conventional wisdom says that voters want to see some fresh and new names at the top of their...
  • Hollywood Democrats See Mitch McConnell's Win as Signal of a Tough Night

    California polls will close at 8 p.m. PT, when Democrats are expected to have a host of victories including the reelection of Jerry Brown as governor. But before that, Hollywood progressives are braced for a rough few hours which could see the Democrats...
  • Hillary Clinton should be ready for inevitable campaign attacks

    Hillary Clinton should be ready for inevitable campaign attacks
    WASHINGTON — The Democrats' drubbing in the midterm elections simplified one of Hillary Clinton's challenges: Now she can strike some distance from President Barack Obama. Everybody else is doing it. The former secretary of state, who is almost...