2016 here we come.
With rumors stirring yesterday about Sandra Fluke and her potential campaign for Congress, it is now open season for a bunch of non-political candidates to make their way on to the public stage.
Are Americans so increasingly tired of partisan politics that they’re eschewing labels and declaring themselves independents?
Although Ted Cruz says he is focused on representing Texas, the junior senator’s move to renounce his Canadian citizenship is fueling speculation that he will make a 2016 presidential run.
There were many reasons why Hillary Clinton didn’t clinch the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008.
The most popular GOP presidential candidate in Iowa is purportedly more interested in chairing the powerful House Ways and Means Committee than running for president in 2016, dozens of Congressional Republicans told the Hill.
It would seem so.
I know, I know -- two polls in two days about the 2016 Iowa caucuses probably isn’t your cup of tea.
Mike Huckabee ran for president in ’08 and he came up short.
Will Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul run for president in 2016? That all depends on who you ask.
On Monday, with only minutes to spare, Rep. Steve Stockman (R-Tex) unexpectedly filed the necessary paper work to primary his fellow Texas Republican Sen. John Cornyn.