The internets have exploded with Elizabeth Warren-mentum.
Forget the polls.
Forget. The. Polls.
The Democratic nomination for president is Elizabeth Warren’s for the asking.
If that wasn’t the case two weeks ago, it is now after Warren’s performance trying to kill CRomnibus because of a rider scaling back a part of the Dodd-Frank financial scheme.
Last night on Special Report with Bret Baier, Charles Krauthammer offered commentary on Elizabeth Warren’s very theatrical protest of the so-called Cromnibus. Things are a little different now that a Democrat is objecting to a government funding bill.
Transcript via National Review:
What should one think of Elizabeth Warren’s brinksmanship over the cromnibus...
With the midterms over, both parties are turning their focus to 2016. Democrats, who were the clear losers on November 4th are struggling over leadership and the direction of their party.
It’s hard to imagine Elizabeth Warren harshly criticizing the Obama administration just a few years ago.
The age of Obama is...
Just after the Keystone vote failed in the senate yesterday, Elizabeth Warren was loudly interrupted by a Native American chant from the gallery.
You might think this was done by a snarky activist but according to Andrew Kirell of Mediaite, the chant was done by a genuine Native American:
Native American Chant Interrupts...
Can Elizabeth Warren save the Democratic Party’s voice in the U.S. Senate? Harry Reid seems to think so. After the historic losses suffered by Democrats last week, Reid wants to give Mrs. Warren a promotion.
Manu Raju and John Bresnahan of Politico reported:
Harry Reid wants Warren in Senate leadership
Senate Democrats want to...
Oh, thaaaaaatttttt historically underrepresented group. Not the one you were thinking of.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren told CNN she has been treated differently as a woman in the clubby upper chamber — echoing the general sentiments of her colleague Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who wrote about sexism in the Senate in a...
Watch Elizabeth Warren’s reaction when Bill Maher says she’ll make a terrific presidential candidate
Elizabeth Warren says she “is not running” for President.
(You know where I’m going with this, don’t you?)
Progressives will not take “is not running” for an answer.
Ready for Warren is up and running, and now so are other progressive groups in Iowa and New Hampshire, as reported by The Hill,
Our post Jeopardy: Our Elizabeth Warren questions posed some questions for the next time Jeopardy uses the category “Elizabeth Warren.”
First he read the questions actually used on a recent episode of Jeapardy.
Then he used our questions.
Are the folks at Jeopardy trolling us?
Via The Wall Street Journal, here are questions (and the answers) about Elizabeth Warren asked on a recent episode of Jeopardy:
1) In 2012, Elizabeth Warren was elected a senator from this state.
Answer: What is Massachusetts?
Mr. Trebek: You got it.
2) Mrs. Warren is on the Senate...
Now I come to praise Elizabeth Warren.
Warren long has made sense when it comes to the Middle East, in her strong support of Israel and her understanding of the neighborhood in which Israel lives. Whatever her other positions, we should at least acknowledge when she is right.
And she did so...
I’m beginning to think she might mean it.
Which will change in a heartbeat if for some reason Hillary doesn’t run.
But for now, Elizabeth Warren is disavowing any connection to Ready for Warren, and even suggesting the group may be raising funds under misleading pretenses.
The Daily Beast reports:
If Elizabeth Warren had to repeat herself...
Nate Silver’s Five Thirty Eight blog finds that Elizabeth Warren would be the most liberal presidential nominee ever if she were to run and win the Democratic primaries:
Elizabeth Warren probably isn’t going...
No, I’m not just referring to the Cherokee deal. From her legal representation for large pay of the biggest corporate...
John Dickerson at Slate makes the case that Elizabeth Warren Should Run for President:
If Warren joined the race, she...
I did a double take when I saw this headline, Meet the anti-Elizabeth Warren.
Then I saw the image and realized it was the “anti-Elizabeth Warren” in the sense of a female politician who is the opposite of Warren.
From the story:
Rep. Shelley Moore Capito’s friends and colleagues in Washington are so certain...
Ed Klein reports that Obama is using Valerie Jarrett to urge Elizabeth Warren to challenge Hillary in the primary to protect Obama’s transformation of the nation into something of which he and Michelle can be proud.
Warren will protect Obama’s, ahem, achievements, Hillary can’t be trusted to do that.
It’s entirely believable. ...