It was easy to target Obama's statement Friday on the the private sector 'doing fine,' and his critics wasted little time doing so. But in the full context of his remarks, his point is easier to defend.
Rush Limbaugh and the Republican National Committee are in full 'Obama as out-of-touch celebrity' attack mode, but it's not clear that voters care more about that than jobs.
The Wisconsin recall is part of a trend: The number of recall elections for state and local officials has been rising in recent years – fueled by political polarization and technology.
A new poll shows that voters are viewing Mitt Romney far more favorably than they did several months ago, despite daily attacks from the Obama camp.
Comedy was the order of the day between Bush and Obama at Thursday's unveiling of the Bush presidential portrait. Why did an episode of 'The Daily Show' break out at this simple ceremony?
Though no longer the 'haphazard affair' it once was, the process of creating a presidential portrait like George W. Bush's is not an easy process. But taxpayers don't pick up the tab.
Why did Bob Dylan look so strained during the Medal of Freedom ceremony at the White House Tuesday? Perhaps because his musical insurgency was being memorialized.
Answer: Anybody who's accomplished anything the president of the United States likes. Obama awarded the Medal of Freedom to Bob Dylan, John Glenn, and 11 other recipients Tuesday.