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A large faction of women voiced strong support for Hillary Clinton's candidacy until the GMO issue came up, prompting them to switch allegiances to Sen. Bernard Sanders of Vermont, a liberal stalwart challenging her for the Democratic nomination. (Associated Press)

MAG: Hillary not liberal ENOUGH for some

- The Washington Times

As the Washington Post reported Monday, Hillary Clinton has moved so far left that she will be "running as the most liberal Democratic presidential front-runner in decades." But she is still not as liberal -- or "progressive," as liberals like to call liberalism -- as some liberals would like.

A large faction of women voiced strong support for Hillary Clinton's candidacy until the GMO issue came up, prompting them to switch allegiances to Sen. Bernard Sanders of Vermont, a liberal stalwart challenging her for the Democratic nomination. (Associated Press)

'MOST LIBERAL DEM IN DECADES'

- The Washington Times

And that's just what the lefty newspaper did on Monday, declaring that "Hillary Rodham Clinton is running as the most liberal Democratic presidential front-runner in decades, with positions on issues from gay marriage to immigration."

David Axelrod, former adviser to President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. (AP photos)

Top Dem Hits Hillary For Ducking Press

- The Washington Times

Hillary Clinton has taken seven questions from the press in the 40-plus days she announced her presidential run, and although she's hitting Iowa Monday and Tuesday, word is dribbling out that she likely won't face the media.

MSM RALLIES AROUND ABC ANCHOR

- The Washington Times

Beacons of the mainstream media are coming to George Stephanopoulos' defense in the wake of revelations that he donated $75,000 to the Clinton Foundations.

Is George Stephanopoulos the next Brian Williams?

With word emerging today that ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos gave "$50,001 to $100,000" to the Clinton Foundation, the network will soon face the Brian Williams Quandary -- is its top "newsman" trustworthy when delivering news.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton poses for a photo with Simpson College student MacKenzie Bills, center, after meeting with Iowa Democratic Party lawmakers at the Statehouse, Wednesday, April 15, 2015, in Des Moines, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Hillary heading back to Iowa -- will she take questions?

- The Washington Times

Without or without her Scooby Doo van -- and definitely without a stop at Chipotle -- Hillary Clinton is heading back to Iowa, where she may or may not take questions from the media, or even the "ordinary Americans" she "represents."