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  • Obama's top 10 jokes of WHCD 2015

    Sun Apr 26 00:31:03 2015 | Source: CNN

  • President Barack Obama has one mean wit

    Sat Apr 25 23:23:44 2015 | Source: CNN

    If you've crossed him in the last year, you might want to stay home tonight when he takes the podium at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
  • Red carpet photos

    Sat Apr 25 21:43:55 2015 | Source: CNN

  • Celebrity endorsements for 2016

    Sat Apr 25 15:09:18 2015 | Source: The Hill

    Most of the famous faces are solidly in Hillary Clinton’s camp.
  • 8 most memorable White House Correspondents' Dinner moments

    Sat Apr 25 12:03:12 2015 | Source: CNN

    A look back at some of the White House Correspondent's dinners most memorable moments -- the incredibly funny, the mind numbing, the awkward and the brutal.
  • The President Daydreams on Iran

    Sat Apr 25 09:28:58 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Mortimer Zuckerman, Wall St. Journal
    Anyone who looks at the nuclear deal and sees success is living in a world of rainbows and unicorns.
  • Why People Misunderstand Each Other

    Sat Apr 25 09:28:08 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Emily Esfahani Smith, Atlantic
    In her new book No One Understands You and What To Do About It, Heidi Grant Halvorson tells readers a story about her friend, Tim. When Tim started a new job as a manager, one of his top priorities was communicating to his team that he valued each member’s input. So at team meetings, as each member spoke up about whatever project they were working on, Tim made sure he put on his “active-listening face” to signal that he cared about what each person was saying. But after meeting with him a few times, Tim’s team got a very different message from the one he intended to send. “After a few weeks...
  • An Odd Place for a Ted Cruz Stopover

    Sat Apr 25 09:25:15 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Byron York, Washington Examiner
    Presidential politics can put candidates in some pretty odd situations. Just ask Ted Cruz. The Texas senator and 2016 Republican candidate was in New York this week. One of his stops was a reception Monday night at a grand apartment owned by Ian Reisner and Mati Weiderpass, two gay hotel tycoons. The purpose of the gathering was to discuss Cruz's position on Israel, according to Cruz national campaign spokesman Rick Tyler. "It was all things Israel," says Tyler. "They were in a discussion about something they all agreed about" — meaning their strong support of Israel.
  • How Long Will Democrats Stand by Clinton?

    Sat Apr 25 09:24:32 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    David Paul, Huffington Post
    Hillary Clinton is in, and with her announcement the rest of the Democrats considering running for president in 2016 are out. In a manner reminiscent of the Republican Party of old, Democrats have ceded the nomination to Hillary Clinton. It is not exactly clear why this is the case. She clearly has a large following in the party and has a huge fundraising base, but that was true eight years ago as well. Perhaps it is because she lost a close race for the nomination last time that she is being handed the baton this time. Or perhaps the theory is that as the scorned candidate and cuckolded...
  • Snarking Clinton Is Not the Way to the White House

    Sat Apr 25 09:23:47 2015 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Larry Kudlow, IBD
    A number of GOP candidates are engaging in Hillary-bashing over allegations that she used her office as secretary of state to help her husband's business dealings, prop up speech-making fees and grease the path for foreign governments to donate massive amounts of money to the Clinton Foundation. But here's a warning to my friends on the presidential campaign trail: Bashing Hillary is only going to make the Republican Party look mean-spirited and snarky. It's no road to the White House. I would suggest laying off Hillary and instead showing us what you got in the way of economic-growth...

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