The Inquisitr – May 31, 2015
Category: News Tracking
Maureen Dowd, New York Times – May 31, 2015
Is Hollywood really ready to give a 67-year-old woman a leading role in a big-budget production?
Anna North, New York Times – May 29, 2015
It’s not odd that Ms. Fiorina should go after Mrs. Clinton — she is, after all, the presumptive Democratic nominee. But Ms. Fiorina is clearly intent on going after Mrs. Clinton specifically for what she’s trying to paint as an illegitimate focus on gender issues.
Lisa Belkin, Yahoo! News – May 29, 2015
The election of a woman president would mean that for the first time, the first lady would be … a man.
Annie Karni, Politico – May 28, 2015
With a single comment on her hair color, she deftly addressed one of the most delicate questions confronting her campaign.
Wanda Warren Berry, Syracuse.com – May 28, 2015
Honorifics are titles that usually go with a surname to lend a tone of courtesy, for example, Mr., Mrs., Miss., Ms. Often an inherited or earned title functions as an honorific: e.g., Dr., Lord, Lady, Governor, Senator, General.
Kate Glassman Bennett, Politico – May 28, 2015
When Hillary Clinton’s campaign store website this week began offering the fashionably questionable “Everyday Pantsuit Tee,” it got a chuckle. Not only was it a clever item, its existence also demonstrated that the notably unfunny Clinton possibly has a sense of humor—at least about her ubiquitous suits.
Maggie Haberman, New York Times – May 27, 2015
On Wednesday, Mrs. Clinton brought her 2016 campaign message, with its focus on aiding the middle class and helping women achieve greater equity, to an audience of Democratic women here, many of them black.
Her campaign is still in its infancy. The presidential election is nearly 18 months away. But Democrats are already banking on a “Hillary effect,” an anticipated wave that will lift the party’s fortunes up and down the ticket.