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Tommy Vietor was the first youthful convert to pack his bags, leave home and sign on to the Barack Obama campaign, joining the Chicago operation before his boss, then running for the Senate , had even given the convention speech by which the rest of
FoxNews.com And look, there is no way that you can come up with some easy off-ramp -- Gene Sperling , director of President Obama's National Economic Council, on Special Report with Bret Baier waving off the suggestion of allowing the president to
In response to Politico's Puppet Master take on Obama and his stiff-arming of the White House press corps, former White House reporter Matthew Cooper penned a piece for The Atlantic titled Is Obama Too Mean to the Media, or Are Reporters Just Whiny?..
For all the whining that the White House press corps has been doing of late about its inability to "cover" the president while he was on yet another vacation, you might think that these long-suffering reporters could come up with a real question once
Instead of doing the work they were supposed to be doing last night -- i.e., following their publication's mission statement , which is (or maybe was) to "turn ... reporters (i.e., themselves) loose on the subject we love: national politics" -- Jim
As key members of Team Obama move on, a new study finds that President Obama is beginning his second term with less than a third of the senior staff that comprised his original team a level of turnover that's pretty typical among modern second terms.
The Baltimore Sun Much of Friday's political-media online chatter was focused on Fox news hiring failed presidential candidate and pizza executive Herman Cain as a political analyst. But the big story that seemed to mostly sail under the radar was
FoxNews.com Is someone who has sheltered their income taxes in Switzerland, the Caymans and Bermuda really someone who's going to get under the hood and get us to a place of tax fairness? -- Robert Gibbs , senior adviser to President Obama's re-
Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz has received a lot of favorable response from Republican activists for his recent comment, [Republicans] are the 47 percent. Contemporaneously, former Sen. Jim DeMint , now president-elect of the Heritage Foundation ,
Several former White House staffers have found a new way to promote Obamacare: They're spending millions of dollars in secret corporate and union cash, and they're harnessing grass-roots tactics to some of the biggest names in the health care