As the Rush Limbaugh-Sandra Fluke controversy enters its second week, conservatives work to shift the conversation to left-leaning comedian Bill Maher and his rude comments about women.
Democrats are going after Mitt Romney the same way that Republicans went after Al Gore, says a former Bush White House adviser. What can Mitt Romney learn from history?
President Obama and his aides are doing as much political damage control as possible as summer winds down toward the inevitable return to Washington of his congressional opponents eager to challenge him on a faltering economy.
Robert Gibbs will leave the post of White House press secretary in February. But he will remain an adviser to President Obama, in addition to joining the speaking circuit.
President Obama's approval rating after two years in office is higher than President Clinton's was at the same time, but the latest poll ratings are mixed political news.
If the White House allowed all Bush tax cuts to expire rather than extend them for the wealthy, financial pain around the nation would drown out any 'attaboys' Obama's administration might get.