Former Democratic National Committee and Obama for America national platform director Michael Yaki is being sued by the city of San Francisco for illegal lobbying activity.
It was a sunny day in Beijing on Thursday—refreshingly sunny, to be more precise—when Vice President Joe Biden met Chinese Premier Li Keqiang. I know this because I have read the pool report of the occasion, a pithy and practically content-free piece of journalism that is nevertheless one of the more entertaining things to enter my inbox in recent days. The pool report confirms the lingering suspicion—if it hasn’t been confirmed a million times already—that the line between journalism and Democratic Party cheerleading has more than faded. It has become invisible.
A Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Wisconsin recently hired a former political operative for a prominent labor union who was ticketed for protesting a Republican fundraiser where she reportedly harassed attendees.
President Barack Obama has admitted to living with his uncle, who was almost deported, one year after the White House said he never met the man.