President Obama Stands Up

I found myself more moved today by President Obama, than I ever have been in the past. Today, he spoke my language. Today, President Obama spoke to America about the liberal/progressive values that hold us all up as one nation, together. Is it because he “hears the clock ticking on his last chance to … Continue reading

Obama Questions Romney’s ‘Main Calling Card’ To Be President

With the media and others continuing to probe Mitt Romney’s time at a major private-equity firm, President Obama went on national television to make a political argument questioning Romney’s tenure as the boss of Bain Capital as the presumptive GOP nominee’s “main calling card” to replace Obama in the White … Continue reading

Obama May Say Congress Has ‘No Excuses’ Not To Pass Jobs Bill, But Eric Cantor Already Made His

Although he was scheduled Friday to officially rebut President Obama’s renewed push earlier in the day to pass a comprehensive jobs bill, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor almost needn’t have bothered. In a hastily called White House news conference, the president declared that Congress had “no excuses” to pass his long-stalled American … Continue reading

Small Donors Continue To Power Obama Campaign

Almost all of the $29.1 million that President Obama raised in campaign funds during January came from small donors, according to his re-election campaign staff. As has been the general pattern with the president’s 2012 fundraising, 98 percent of the haul came from donors pitching in $250 or less, the campaign says in releasing … Continue reading

In Iowa, Team Obama Looks Back — And Forward

Most of the interest in Iowa’s presidential caucuses Tuesday will inevitably be on which Republican candidates come out on top, but that hasn’t stopped President Obama’s re-election campaign from also spending some time on the Hawkeye State’s first-in-the-nation voting. Obama’s re-election campaign released a pair of online videos. One features … Continue reading