More Democratic Party Articles

  • Potential 2016 candidates more assertive

    Some potential presidential contenders are getting more assertive in how they answer questions of whether they'll run, a sign that the 2016 race is ready to move into a higher gear.

  • Back off! DNC boss has party debt-free

    DNC Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz has cleared the $22 million debt she inherited, giving her strong support inside the White House.

  • Which Bill Clinton will campaign in 2016: the '92 or '08 model?

    In 1992, Bill Clinton was enigmatic, folksy and funny. In 2008, he was the opposite: bitter and defensive as Hillary Clinton's campaign for president unraveled. In 2016, Democrats are wondering: Which version of Bill Clinton will campaign now?

  • Obama: Democrats will hold the Senate

    President Obama predicted that Democrats would be able to hold majority control of the Senate in the critical midterm elections this November and said his record of fixing the economy is better than any other world leader's.

  • How a Wendy Davis loss could help Texas Democrats

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Wendy Davis may well lose the Texas governor's race, but that could still be a win for the Democrats. The state senator from Fort Worth has shattered Texas Democratic fundraising records and breathed new life into a state party mired in the nation's longest political losing...

  • Left-wing Democratic discontent simmers

    President Obama's job approval has been plummeting in heavily Democratic states like California and New York, which has negative implications for Democrats in House, if not statewide, races.

  • Dems urge Obama to regulate methane emissions from oil and gas

    Fifteen Senate Democrats pressed President Obama to regulate emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas produced during hydraulic fracturing and delivery of natural gas through pipelines.

  • Dems whine 'poor little me,' but they're outspending GOP on negative ads

    Tou might think Democrats like Bruce Braley and Kay Hagan are being overwhelmed by outside spending, given their complaints. You'd be wrong -- they're doing just fine.

  • Democrat 'war on women': AG office blames victim of rape

    To add to the problems she caused herself several months ago by quashing a corruption investigation into fellow Democrats in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane's office has just gone to court and blamed a woman who was raped in a state prison for what happened to her.

  • Ad: 'Republicans are people too'

    A veteran of Mitt Romney's presidential campaign has put together an ad campaign arguing that Republicans are more diverse than voters realize.

  • Kochville: Koch brothers get Jib-Jabbed in new web attack

    With less than two months to go until the midterm elections, the Democrats are stepping up their attacks on their favorite foes, Koch Industries, and its support for Republicans like North Carolina Senate candidate Thom Tillis.

  • Two anti-choice parties

    Democrats often call themselves "pro-choice." Republicans defend "freedom." Unfortunately, neither party really believes in letting individuals do what we want.

  • Majority of Americans want a third party

    Since 2007, the call for a third political party has never dipped below 46 percent. According to a new Gallup poll, 58 percent now want a third party.

  • Pelosi praises coalition strikes against Islamic State

    "With the world uniting to confront the brutality of [the Islamic State], we will disrupt, degrade and destroy this threat to global security and stability," the California Democrat said.

  • Ransom: Dems sold top House positions for $100,000; $200,000 for legislation

    House Democrats, panicked after Newt Gingrich and the GOP shocked Washington by winning the House in 1994, became so obsessed with raising money to take back the chamber they even sold off top leadership jobs, according to a longtime Democratic fundraiser.

From the Weekly Standard

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  • Another Fight Obama Shirks

    When it comes to military actions, President Obama likes to declare the end of wars, regardless of whether America’s opponents agree that is the case. When it comes to economic wars, he has no...

  • Second Time’s a Charm?

    Voters in Connecticut’s gubernatorial election this November will face a familiar choice as Republican Tom Foley squares off against Democrat Dan Malloy. Four years ago, in a nail biter for what...