and his policies. Now we move forward.
Living in western Washinton, it stood out like a sore, ignorant, confused thumb.
In case anyone is interested. . . . .
FBI investigation should an indictment be recommended by James Comey.
Don't kill the messenger but the media, even Clinton supporting media is outraged over this event.
Kaine accepted clothes, vacation as gifts
Hillary Clinton has a substantial lead in the polls over Donald Trump, and has vastly more cash on hand. But when it comes to spending that cash, her campaign may be making a strategic miscalculation. The campaign and an allied super PAC have reserved $137 million of ads across eight states yet theyve conspicuously left out the state that might be likeliest to tip the 2016 election: Pennsylvania.
Michigan and Wisconsin were absent from the list, as well, but the Keystone State is the most curious Rust Belt omission. In May, we laid out the case for why the Keystone State could be on pace to decide a close national race. Evidently, Democratic ad strategists dont share that view. Last week, former Obama advisor David Plouffe tweeted that the buy shows real discipline because PA is not a true battleground. Thats a bit of bravado, considering it was tied for Obamas fourth-closest win in 2012.