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A conversation with Hillary Clinton

Sen. Hillary Clinton sees the human factor as topmost in confronting hemispheric trade and immigration issues. In an exclusive interview with this correspondent the morning after she participated in the Univision-sponsored…

On the road in Iowa with ‘Dr. Vote’

Odds are, the next president of the United States already has come face-to-face with Iowa's secret agent man - code name "Dr. Vote." John Olsen is a man of many disguises. Sometimes…

MoveOn ad sparks debate, unease

A newspaper ad attacking Gen. David Patraeus leaves Republicans fuming and Democrats squirming. The ad, produced and paid for by the liberal activist group MoveOn.Org calls Patraeus "General Betray…

Who are these people?

Back when Sen. Hillary Clinton was searching for a campaign song for her Presidential run she should have considered the Who's Who Are You? Not knowing, or at least claiming not…

Another black eye for Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney may claim to be a strait-laced Mormon who doesn't get down and dirty in politics but that doesn't stop him from surrounding himself with political tricksters. First it was…

Dems agree on Irag & immigration

Democratic White House candidates embraced Hispanic concerns in the first ever Spanish-language presidential debate, unanimously promising to bring troops home from Iraq and to begin working on immigration in their…

Fred bashing and other political follies

Former Sen. Fred Thompson didn't join the other eight Republican presidential contenders at a debate on Fox News this week. But some people watched the commercials just as closely. "Like the Super…

Can we really trust Hillary Clinton?

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, who both fascinates and infuriates, has a new message in her determined quest to return to the White House, this time as president. The new TV ad…

Bagging the suckers

In the words of the patron saint of political consultants, there's a sucker born every minute. In California it'll cost you a couple of million to reach the suckers. But…

Among GOP, only Ron Paul opposes war

Republican presidential contenders voiced support for the Iraq war Wednesday night despite a warning from anti-war candidate Ron Paul that they risk dragging the party down to defeat in 2008. "Even…