Jim Webb Looking To Challenge Hillary Clinton In 2016

By: Monday March 16, 2015 11:00 am

EXCLUSIVE: Jim Webb hires Iowa staffer for possible campaign #AnyoneButHillary http://t.co/6kkePGXs52 @IAStartingLine pic.twitter.com/bPENY3SwYH — Kedron Bardwell (@KedronBardwell) March 15, 2015 Former US Senator Jim Webb has been loudly exploring the option of running for president in 2016 appearing at numerous campaign-esque events such as a speech before the firefighters union as well as on ABC’s This [...]


The First 2016 Candidate Is Jim Webb

By: Thursday November 20, 2014 7:50 am

In an unexpected move the first official Presidential candidate for 2016 is former Democratic Sen. Jim Webb from Virginia. He announced the launch of his exploratory committee in a letter on Webb2016.

Jim Webb: We Are Endorsing Assassination of Leaders of Countries We Recognize

By: Tuesday June 28, 2011 3:12 pm

If we actively work to assassinate the leader of a country we recognize, we are implicitly endorsing such actions against us.

As Coalition Prepares for Longer War in Libya, Administration Defends Authority to Strike

By: Monday March 21, 2011 11:45 am

Ithe no-fly zone’s intended effect was to facilitate the rebels advancing toward Tripoli and pressuring Gadhafi’s grip on power, that isn’t happening yet. Indeed, what we’re seeing is likely to be a long war, as officials on both sides of the conflict have maintained. The rebels will call for more offensive strikes on Gadhafi by the coalition, and a call for regime change rather than a humanitarian operation of protecting civilians. And unless they think a low-level civil war lasting years is a viable outcome, the coalition will be compelled to consider that.

Jim Webb Will Not Seek Re-Election

By: Wednesday February 9, 2011 10:10 am

Jim Webb, who squeaked out a victory for Senate in Virginia in 2006, will leave the Senate after one term, adding another to the many opportunities for Republicans in the Senate in 2012.

Scott Brown Announces Support for Repealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

By: Friday December 3, 2010 12:30 pm

Bob Gates successfully convinced Brown on the implementation process, which should concern people a bit, especially as Gates might not be around to do the implementation. Gates did say that he would not “slow-walk” things, but what about his successor? What if a President Palin reaches office without implementation in place, and she just never certifies it? I don’t know if that’s likely, but it’s something to watch.

Biden Hedges on July 2011 Afghanistan “Withdrawal” Date

By: Monday July 19, 2010 6:55 am

Joe Biden played down expectations for the celebrated July 2011 “inflection point” in Afghanistan by lowering the bar on the number of troops that may leave the country in the first phase to an almost comical number. You get the sense that these guys are petrified to be left with no wars to fight and no toughness to display.

Decision Time on DADT: Deal in the Works?

By: Monday May 24, 2010 12:15 pm

By the end of this week, we should know whether Congress will make a play to end the military’s Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy on gay service members, or whether they’ll allow continued discrimination in our nation’s armed forces.

Dean Agrees with Feingold: Obama Responsible for Loss of Public Option

By: Monday December 21, 2009 2:30 pm

Today on MSNBC, Howard Dean was asked if he agreed with Feingold’s statement that the Obama Administration bore responsibility for the public option’s removal. He was unequivocal. “Yes” was his one-word answer.

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