Texas Senator Ted Cruz became the first major candidate to officially announce he would run for President in the 2016 race, kicking off his candidacy in front of a crowd of students at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Readers interested in Cruz’s run can visit his official campaign website at tedcruz.org — not tedcruz.com, dot org. That’s because someone else owns Tedcruz.com, and has been using it to voice support for President Barack Obama. More
The Boston Globe’s owner, the benevolent and unstoppable John Henry, has vowed to make our news organization “aggressively relevant,” so HERE’S SOME TIMELY, SIGNIFICANT SMALL TALK, YA JERKS! But seriously, whether it’s Trafficgate, the future of fashion, or the latest marine medical oddity, here’s some barroom chatter that will make the guy on the barstool next to yours curse himself for getting his news from the Drudge Report. More
It’s almost as if she’s playing Sarah Palin being played by Tina Fey playing Sarah Palin. She’s so outrageous in her incomprehensible blabbering, it’s just awesome entertainment. Watch the onetime vice president hopeful, back from boomeranging through the Fox newsroom (she’s a pundit! No, she’s fired! No, she’s back for election coverage!) on the “Today” show this morning, promoting her new book “Good Tidings and Great Joy.” Palin’s latest yarn is about the War on Christmas and how to save the holiday with its own Constitutional protections from attorneys and angry Atheist Scrooges. In her one-on-one with Matt Lauer, she also touched on a Republican plan for healthcare (spoiler: there isn’t one) and politicians from Ted Cruz to Chris Christie. More