Wall Street Journal — Clinton goes left while Bush heads to the center, like Miliband and Cameron did—but the results may vary.
Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton, the two most prominent candidates for president in 2016, are gambling. 67 more words
WASHINGTON (AP) — Ben Carson, retired neurosurgeon turned conservative star, has confirmed that he will seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.
Carson, who has never run for public office, is expected to be the only high-profile African-American to enter the GOP’s presidential primary as he tries to parlay his success as an author and speaker into a competitive campaign against established politicians. 585 more words
“We are moving rapidly toward the criminalization of Christianity.”
That was the Rev. Mike Huckabee in a conference call to conservative activists. The one-time Baptist preacher and former Arkansas governor is going to announce soon his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination and this is going to be a theme of his second White House campaign. 166 more words
MIAMI (AP) — Sen. Marco Rubio on Monday took on Hillary Rodham Clinton in his first words as a presidential candidate, telling top donors he is running for the Republican nomination because the 2016 race for the White House should be about the future, not the past. 60 more words