The Obama administration’s policy toward Iran could present a good opportunity for Republican candidate Mitt Romney to score political points at next week’s foreign policy debate, Bloomberg’s Jeffrey Goldberg writes.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday once again claimed that military leaders were not requesting additional funds for the defense budget.
In response to a question about the alleged pay gap between male and female workers, President Barack Obama neglected to mention that women working in his White House earn about $10,000 (18 percent) less than men.
In touting his record on energy policy, President Barack Obama neglected to mention the dramatic surge in gasoline prices the country has experienced over the past four years.
President Barack Obama touts the military’s exit from Afghanistan as a big foreign policy achievement, but Afghanistan is far from ready for troops to withdraw.
An Iowa woman was “shocked” at the way her comments at a town hall meeting with Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan were portrayed in the media and by President Barack Obama’s campaign.
Did Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) violate the Senate’s ethics rules governing campaign activity? Reid’s Senate office issued a press release on the Senator’s official website titled “Now Romney Is Being Dishonest About Your Taxes.”
Just one year before Congress passed President Barack Obama’s controversial healthcare law, the president denounced what would become a central component of the law as “the wrong approach.”
Politico has compiled a list, with commentary, of 10 statements made by President Barack Obama or his 2008 campaign that highlight the contrast between Obama’s expectations coming into office and his accomplishments while occupying the White House.