Organizing for Action (OFA), the shadowy nonprofit activist group that evolved from the president’s campaign, is stepping up its defense of his controversial health care law, signaling to some that the group is increasingly worried about a political backlash against the law.
Three of President Barack Obama’s top reelection campaign fundraisers are next in line to hold major European diplomatic posts, reports the Washington Post.
Last week John Nolte of Breitbart observed that the mainstream media had failed to break any of the controversial news occupying Washington. This week Paul Farhi of the Washington Post, without intending to, explained why.
A group of President Barack Obama’s Latino supporters announced last Friday that they will be contributing $170,000 raised from 2013 inaugural-week celebrations to provide grants promoting Latinos in the arts, Univision reports.
The Washington Post’s “Fact Checker” blog has called out President Barack Obama and his administration at least 19 times and given him a total of 21 Pinocchios since his second term began.
A wireless provider with ties to the secret dark money group the Democracy Alliance is pushing back against the Obama administration’s surveillance of customers. CREDO Mobile co-founder Michael Kieschnick said on Thursday he was ‘deeply disturbed’ by the administration’s overreach of individual’s civil liberties.
Samantha Power will take over at as ambassador to the United Nations following Susan Rice’s promotion to national security adviser. Here are Power’s five most embarrassing comments.
The stated priorities of President Barack Obama’s shadowy activist group, Organizing for Action (OFA), are not the issues most Americans care about, according to numerous polls ranking the country’s political priorities.