While discussing the ongoing Associated Press wiretapping scandal, President Barack Obama asserted that he has “full confidence” in his attorney general, and that he believes the investigations that Holder and the Inspector General’s office will be able to successfully get to the bottom of the scandal.
President Barack Obama stressed Thursday afternoon that his main priority right now is to find out what led to the Internal Revenue Service applying unwarranted scrutiny to the filings of conservative non-profits, and that those involved in the scandal will be held responsible for their actions.
For teenagers in one suburban D.C. town, turning 16 is not just a milestone for getting your drivers’ license anymore.
Liberal Chris Matthews loses Obama thrill, laments that the president ‘doesn’t seem to like being an executive’
Outspoken liberal TV host and Obama fan boy Chris Matthews seems to have lost that loving feeling for the President. The political pundit sounded more like a conservative critic on Wednesday night than a progressive one, begrudging that Obama “obviously likes giving speeches more than he does running the executive branch.
Two recent events—the Benghazi coverup and the IRS scandal—provide an object lesson in how liberals and conservatives view “politicization.” Conservatives’ definition of politicization is: liberals treating them unfairly for partisan reasons. Liberals’ definition of politicization is: conservatives pointing out something they did wrong.
“I’ve made a huge mistake” is what the Obama administration should be thinking after watching House Republicans’ latest video!
Speaking live from the White House Wednesday night, President Barack Obama admitted that he was outraged by the IRS’s recent actions and that the American people deserve better than this.
The Obama administration has had a rough week thus far, angering journalists, members of Congress and the American people — and Attorney General Eric Holder received the brunt of that anger on Wednesday.