Who's ready for a class war from the party of John Kerry, Hillary Clinton, Michael Bloomberg, and the Kennedy/Roosevelt clans?
It's safe to say this guy would not make a good president.
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the former vice president acknowledges regrets about his role in the drug war and mass incarcerations.
The latest trial balloon from the perennial White House Hamlet contains more lead than the paint of a New York public school.
The former New York mayor's authoritarian record shows he has no real love for America's founding document.
Both New York billionaires overestimate the program's effectiveness and overlook its constitutional defects.
Michael Bloomberg Thinks Charlie Rose, Unlike Random Black Dudes, Deserves a 'Presumption of Innocence'
The former New York mayor defends his stop-and-frisk policy while suggesting the famous TV host did not get a fair hearing.
Michael Bloomberg's Speech Could've Been a Gary Johnson Endorsement, if Bloomberg Weren't a Big Nanny Statist
Says Americans have to come together and embrace the freedoms the founding fathers established.
He fears that even if he came in first place, rogues in Congress would throw it to Trump or Cruz minus a clear Electoral College majority.
Don't discount Michael Bloomberg yet.
The obstacles seem quite surmountable given his cash and the relevant deadlines.
Or, what in hell is any Michael Bloomberg group doing anywhere near regular BLM-related phone calls?
He can't be trusted to respect citizens' rights.
The former New York City mayor continues to maintain a high political profile.
"There was more disagreement among the old Soviet politburo than there is among Ivy League donors," said Bloomberg.
Are e-cigs the most important public health breakthrough of our time?
Aide to the former New York mayor says the donation is a result of Bloomberg's relationship with Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.)
Answers the question: How quickly can New Yorkers miss Nanny Bloomberg?
Bloomberg to De Blasio: Ignore Political Allegiances and Slash Union Benefits, Pensions, or Face Fiscal Crisis
The leftist De Blasio's not having it
Not "particularly" at least; Bloomberg expressed displeasure at the entire field of mayoral candidates
Some more authoritarian nannying to get out of the way before leaving office