In case you missed it — there have been a lot of similar announcements lately — Mike Huckabee officially joined the presidential race on Monday. If you only faintly remember him from his run in 2008 (or didn’t realize his Fox News show was no longer on the air), watch this brief refresher on the former Arkansas governor, in his own words.
Then take a look at how he stacks up against some other GOP candidates in the running for 2016.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has announced he will run for the Republican presidential nomination, eight years after his first efforts to expand on the support of evangelical Christians helped him win eight states in the 2008 primaries.
Speaking from a podium in Hope, Arkansas, a city where the media magnate said he found Jesus, met his wife and got his first job, Huckabee told an assembled group of supporters, “It would be…
Former technology executive Carly Fiorina says she is running for president.
The Republican and one-time chief executive at Hewlett-Packard formally launched a 2016 White House bid in a nationally broadcast interview Monday morning.
I am running for Presidenthttp://t.co/TiEAlrWpUc
— Carly Fiorina (@CarlyFiorina) May 4, 2015
Fiorina says she believes Americans are ready for an outsider after years of political gridlock in Washington.
Fiorina appears likely to be the only high-profile woman…
Republican lawmakers will control the House of Representatives and the Senate starting Tuesday, and many of them want to start passing legislation right away
Democrats and Republicans in Congress have been criticized for not being able to work across party divides to pass laws over the past several years, and the GOP wants to prove that its leadership is different
With that, here are five things Republicans want to…
The hackers behind the massive Sony Pictures hack, or someone else claiming to be them, have sent threatening emails to some of the company’s employees, a Sony Pictures spokesperson confirmed to Mashable.
On Friday evening, Ben Bergman, a journalist at KPCC Southern California Public Radio, as well as USA Today reported that the hackers had sent “violent threats” against Sony Pictures employees and their families
Now that the GOP has taken control of the Senate, the country waits to find out what the party will do with its newfound power
Congress has been notoriously gridlocked for the past several years — in large part due to Republicans, who used their majority in the House of Representatives and obstruction in the Senate to effectively veto Democrat initiatives. Now that the GOP controls the Senate and the House, it’s unclear whether more legislation will pass — or if the newly Republican Congress…
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