Despite a flurry of polls indicating electoral problems for Democrats in this November’s elections, vice president Joe Biden is putting on a good face about it all, telling Mike Allen of the Politico that he doesn’t see Republicans wiping Democrats out this fall, largely because he thinks the GOP has too negative of an agenda: Read More
Joe Biden today shows off once again the Left’s extreme and unjustified conceit on the issue of science: Read More
If you want to be sickened by sycophantic media behavior toward the Obama White House, take a look at Glenn Greenwald’s takedown, from a Left perspective, of reporters’ behavior regarding the Bidens’ beach party: Read More
According to the Hill, Vice President Biden continues to live up to his reputation: Read More
When Senate leaders went to the White House Wednesday morning to discuss the Supreme Court opening, the meeting was attended by President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Senate Judiciary Committee chairman and ranking member Patrick Leahy and Jeff Sessions, and Senate majority and minority leaders Harry Reid and Mitch McConnell. Read More
First Lady Michelle Obama, speaking with Jill Biden to United Nations workers in Port-au-Prince, Haiti Tuesday: "First let me start by thanking my friend, Jill -- Jill and her husband, that character you know, Vice President Biden -- for all that they've done over these past few months…" Read More
Please do read Newsweek’s mash note to the vice-president “Why Liberals Have Grown to Love Joe Biden” — provided you’re able to properly keep your gag reflex in check. There are so many embarrassing things about it, it’s hard to know where to begin. I’ll start with this: Read More
Iranian-born Hassan Nemazee - one of Barack Obama’s top campaign contribution “bundlers” and a major Democratic Party donor - has pleaded guilty to four counts of bank and wire fraud. Read More
More than 40 former lobbyists work in senior positions in the Obama administration, including three Cabinet secretaries and the CIA director. Yet in his State of the Union address, Obama claimed, "We've excluded lobbyists from policymaking jobs."
Did Obama speak falsely?
Well, it depends on what the definition of "excluded lobbyists" is. Read More
President Barack Obama, in his State of the Union address, again pledged to “end the outsized influence of lobbyists,” but by dangling out new subsidies and targeted tax credits, he showed once more why K Street will continue to grow in size and clout in the era of change.
Obama’s speech was emblematic of his overall economic mind set: Government should be the rudder that steers industry. Read More