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The first question for White House spokesman Jay Carney at Tuesday’s press briefing went right to the heart of the growing crisis facing President Obama:
In the matters of the Benghazi terror attack, the IRS targeting conservative groups, the Justice… Continue reading
On Monday President Obama delivered a defense of his administration’s response to the Benghazi attacks: he said that nothing new came out in last week’s hearings, that he called the Benghazi attack what it was–a terror attack–the day after it… Continue reading
President Obama is set to propose his “compromise” budget plan on Wednesday. His budget is reported to trim the deficit by $1.8 trillion over the next ten years, with nearly $600 billion in savings coming from additional revenue and $1.2… Continue reading
This week’s press conference was more of the same President Obama whom we saw on the campaign trail this year. He was resolute and even defiant. And though there was more conciliation at times than we are normally used to… Continue reading
President Obama broke no new ground with his press conference today. And despite a conciliatory tone at times, he was ultimately resolute and even defiant.
He was unyielding in his economic posture and his willingness to compromise seemed rhetorical at… Continue reading
With Election Day only 15 days away, it’s clear that economic issues will drive both President Obama and Governor Romney’s closing arguments. Despite unemployment dropping below 8 percent in the most recent jobs report, poll after poll shows that likely… Continue reading
Mitt Romney’s off the record remarks are potentially a very serious problem for him. By dividing the country into those who pay taxes and those who don’t pay taxes, the former Massachusetts governor has made both a substantive error and… Continue reading
President Obama’s speech last night was certainly not the game changer that many expected, and hoped, that it would be.
Indeed, if there was one message to take away from President Obama’s convention speech it was not the one of… Continue reading
The 2012 election has all the makings of the epic Bush v. Gore battle of the 2000 presidential election.
With less than 2,000 votes separating Gore and Bush when the polls closed on Election Night 2000, ; ; the final… Continue reading