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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, center, and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, march in a Memorial Day Parade, Monday, May 25, 2015 in Chappaqua, N.Y. Close to a thousand onlookers crowded the parade route in Chappaqua, the Clinton's hometown. (Joe Larese/ The Journal News via AP) NYC OUT, NO SALES, ONLINE OUT, TV OUT, NEWSDAY INTERNET OUT; MAGS OUT

Riding shotgun with a faltering economy

The fate of Hillary Clinton's bid for the presidency will be determined by one overriding factor in the 2015-16 election cycle: the underperforming American economy. Published May 26, 2015

Former President Ronald Reagan. (Associated Press)

Rebuilding rather than ranting

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, an avowed socialist, is running for president on what he says are the biggest threats to our country's future: billionaires and corporate America. Published May 7, 2015

Illustration on Hillary's failing support by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Hillary's sinking popularity

There's an old, common-sense saying about never putting your eggs in one basket. Published April 28, 2015

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky., center, and Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., right,  head into the Senate Chamber on Cap[itol Hill in Washington, Thursday, April 23, 2015, for the confirmation vote on the nomination of Loretta Lynch for Attorney General. Lynch won confirmation to serve as attorney general Thursday from a Senate that forced her to wait more than five months for the title and remained divided to the end.  (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Getting back to business

Anyone looking for signs that Barack Obama's presidency is running out of gas got a glimmer of hope this week from his daily schedule. Published April 23, 2015

Illustration on Hillary and money questions by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Hillary's hurdles

Nearly four months into the two-year presidential election cycle, Hillary Clinton is running into deep trouble on several major political fronts. Published April 21, 2015

Illustration on Hillary Clinton's campaigning on a poor economy by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

A ‘champion’ in search of a cause

Hillary Clinton's slick campaign video announcing her candidacy for the presidency is being shot down as "insultingly vapid," vacuous and utterly "without substance." This is coming from her liberal friends, not from her Republican critics. Published April 14, 2015

Illustration on GOP presidential candidates' need to focus on the failed economy and job creation by Alexander Hunter/The Washington times

To win the White House, talk jobs

Why is it that many of the Republican presidential contenders are dodging issues the voters say are among their highest concerns? Published April 9, 2015

President Barack Obama pauses while speaking in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Thursday, April 2, 2015, about the breakthrough in the Iranian nuclear talks. The president heralded a framework nuclear understanding with Iran as an "historic" agreement that could pave the way for a final deal that would leave the U.S., its allies and the world safer. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Defining the recovery down

In the seventh year of Barack Obama's administration, the economy is still getting failing grades that have been the hallmark of his trouble-filled presidency. Published April 2, 2015

Secretary of State John Kerry addresses a gathering of the Export-Import Bank at the Omni-Shoreham Hotel in Washington, Thursday, April 24, 2014.  (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Zeroing out the Export-Import Bank

It isn't drawing front-page coverage, but the Republicans' budget-cutting battle to abolish the Export-Import Bank deserves our attention and support. Published March 31, 2015

Illustration on Hillary and Republicans by Kevin Kreneck/Tribune Content Agency

Hillary's advantage

The latest CNN/ORC presidential poll shows that Hillary Clinton continues to lead all GOP contenders by wide margins. Published March 26, 2015

Obama Minion Janet Yellen Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Telltale sign of a faltering economy

You could almost see the assembled press corps' faces drop when the Fed's Open Market Committee said it wanted to see "further improvement" in the U.S. labor market before raising interest rates. Published March 19, 2015

Illustration on the budget-cutting duties of the next president by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Wanted: A budget-cutting president

The candidate who wins the presidency in 2016 will be the one who vows to wage all-out war on a bloated, inefficient, corrupt government in need of a top-to-bottom, budget-cutting revolution. Published March 17, 2015

President Barack Obama introduces first lady Michelle Obama in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, March 3, 2015, as they announce their ‘Let Girls Learn’ initiative. The Obama administration is expanding efforts and directing a variety of federal agencies to work with other countries to help young girls worldwide attend and stay in school. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

A crippled presidency

If someone were writing a book about America at this point in time, it should be titled "The Decline and Fall of Barack Obama's Presidency." Published March 5, 2015

Illustration on Obama's veto of the Keystone pipeline by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Killing Keystone

In the days leading up to President Obama's veto of the Keystone XL pipeline, 14 oil tanker railroad cars derailed in West Virginia and exploded in a fiery environmental disaster. Published February 26, 2015

President Obama.

Troublesome legacies at home and abroad

President Obama's administration is coming apart at the seams this week on several domestic and foreign policy fronts that have drawn criticism from his earliest supporters. Published February 19, 2015

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has a small lead in early polls in New Hampshire. (Associated Press)

Jockeying for poll position

The grueling political marathon for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination has begun, with three contenders out in front and everyone else far behind. Published February 17, 2015

The big lie about jobs

For the past six years of the Obama economy, I've been telling readers that the administration has been juggling its job data to make the unemployment rates look much lower than they really are. Published February 10, 2015

Illustration on contenders for the GOP nomination for president by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Surveying the broadening GOP field

The crowded race for the Republican 2016 presidential nomination has begun, and it promises to be a massive political assault on Barack Obama's failed presidency. Published January 29, 2015