Does Barack Obama have have enough experience to be president? This is the question Hillary Clinton would like to spend the next seven months debating. Her slogan is that she's "ready to lead"; she cites her extensive foreign travel and sessions with world leaders.
I'm a McCain Man, Through and Through--Unless the Democrats Nominate Obama. Then, Forget the McCain Thing
Barack Obama cultivates an image as a politician whose appeal reaches across party lines. But even he might be surprised to learn that one of his biggest admirers works for GOP Sen.
Barack Obama grabbed the headlines. And Hillary Clinton unquestionably has the deepest roots on the issue. But the driving force in the Democrats' health-care primary to date has been third-place contender John Edwards--as even some of his rivals concede.Sen.
Maybe it was the white tie and tails. Or maybe it was the backdrop of a four-year-old war and 28 percent approval ratings. But the state dinner at the White House on Monday night was an otherworldly event—marking if not the end of an era, then the beginning of the end.It was also, of course, a splendid party fit for a queen: Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip.
How did the New York Times get that blunt interview this week with Rev. Jeremiah Wright, the preacher now in a very public dispute with Barack Obama?According to the Times' piece, Wright, Obama's longtime friend and mentor, detailed how the senator privately disinvited him from the launch of his presidential campaign last month in Springfield, Ill.