Obama Campaign

J-Lo Needs a Vetter

The Associated Press reported on Saturday that President Barack Obama supporter Jennifer Lopez took a break from producing her new sitcom series The Fosters to help celebrate the 56th birthday of Turkmenistan president, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow. Lopez serenaded the Turkmenistan leader during a private event hosted by China National Petroleum Corp.

Powering the Future

Oil, natural gas boom is supporting jobs and strengthening the economy, experts say

The American oil and natural gas boom of the last few years is driving down energy costs and creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs, congressional testimony on Thursday revealed.

Nervous OFA Goes on Offense Over Obamacare

Obama-backing group announces seven-figure ad buy touting Obamacare

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.

All In the Family

Column: Why the mainstream media failed to break Obama scandals

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.

Democracy Alliance Company Turns On Obama

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.

Out of Touch

Americans don’t care about the issues on OFA’s target list

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.