· Just days after Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's ground-breaking internet announcement that she will seek the presidency, our
former first lady next president will once again use cyberspace to target audiences. Later tonight, Senator Clinton will begin a series of live, interactive discussions about the future of the country. The chats will begin at 7:00 PM EST, tonight, Tuesday and Wednesday night. You can begin submitting questions on her website at 5:00 PM EST and, hopefully, watch her answers.
Clinton's announcement dominated the weekend news and eclipsed two other presidential announcements...
· New Mexico Democratic Gov. Bill Richardson formally announced that he is exploring a White House bid in 2008. The former congressman who also served as President Bill Clinton's energy secretary and ambassador to the United Nations said the country has deteriorated under George Bush. "Our reputation in the world is diminished, our economy has languished, and civility and common decency in government has perished.” If elected, Richardson would be the nation's first Hispanic president.· From the right, the very anti-gay Sen. Sam Brownback (R-KS) also threw his hat in the ring. His campaign themes will be "reviving faith and families in America; combating abortion, poverty and wasteful government spending; opposing same-sex marriage."