Donald Trump and the Republicans are so fixated on blowing up everything that Barack Obama touched, that they don’t give any thought to how many people are caught in the explosion. While it may have seemed that their efforts to annihilate...Show More Summary
Top Senate Republicans say their last-ditch push to uproot former President Barack Obama's health care law is gaining momentum. But they have less than two weeks to succeed and face … Click to Continue »
In the struggle for the party's future, the ex-president's paid private chats send a message. If you’re wondering where Barack Obama stands in the struggle for the future of the Democratic Party, check his calendar. While supportersShow More Summary
There was a time when Former President Barack Obama had some rough statements for Wall Street but Obama is now planning a Wall Street speaking tour and will reportedly make $400,000 for giving one speech. The tour will consist of three...Show More Summary
Former President Barack is reportedly set to be paid $1.2m for a series of speeches to major Wall Street firms, less than a year after he left the White House. Earlier this year, Mr Obama attracted criticism from several Democratic senators...Show More Summary
Republicans are giving an Obamacare repeal one last go, and the process is moving at a blinding pace. The Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson (GCHJ) bill is the latest attempt to repeal President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, officially...Show More Summary
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey says he supports the latest Republican effort to repeal former President Barack Obama's health law and is urging Congress to act under rules allowing a bare … Click to Continue »
Sean Spicer told the New York Times that he “now regrets one of his most infamous moments as press secretary: his decision to charge into the White House briefing room in January and criticize accurate news reports that Barack Obama’s [...]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans are revving up a final push to scuttle President Barack Obama's health care law. Though the effort faces low odds of success and just a two-week window to prevail, Democrats backed by doctors, hospitals,...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama is once again receiving big-money fees for giving talks to financial firms, according to a new report from Bloomberg, but is that really so bad? The news is bound to infuriate the Bernie Sanders wing of the Democratic Party, which is always furious at Wall Street and is still...
Barack Obama took flak earlier this year when it emerged that he would collect a handsome $400,000 fee for speaking at an event for investment bank Cantor Fitzgerald. It appears that the criticism isn't fazing him much. Bloomberg reports on two more Wall Street speeches for the former president:...
"Doing well by doing good" is how progressives justify taking graft. If you're saving the world, why shouldn't you make bank? Former President Obama is pulling in hundreds of thousands of dollars giving speeches to Wall Street firms, according to...
Senate Republicans are planning a final, uphill push to erase President Barack Obama's health care law. But Democrats and their allies are going all-out to stop the drive. The initial … Click to Continue »
Remember when Donald Trump said Barack Obama was "the least transparent president ever"? That hasn't aged well.
Bloomberg: “Last month, just before her book What Happened was published, Barack Obama spoke in New York to clients of Northern Trust Corp. for about $400,000, a person familiar with his appearance said. Last week, he reminisced about the White [...]
Is this another example of fake news? The Wall Street Journal reported that the Trump White House was going to remain in the Paris climate change accords, which predecessor Barack Obama had signed and did not send to Congress, leaving the decision up to the next president. Who was their source? International climate officials, who […]
THE ECONOMIST: The Trump administration’s approach to rape on campus is welcome: Barack Obama’s government put undue pressure on colleges to secure convictions in return for public money.
An eleven year-old entrepreneur stole the hearts of Americans recently. Frank Giaccio is a young man with a lawn mowing business called FX Mowing. He had previously written Barack Obama
Sen. Bernie Sanders dismissed Hillary Clinton's criticism that he and his supporters didn't afford her the same respect in the 2016 campaign that she gave then-Sen. Barack Obama after losing the 2008 Democratic presidential primary. Speaking...Show More Summary
“You don’t put stuff on your head if you’re president. That’s Politics 101? – Barack Obama All politicians make mistakes on the campaign trail – even the most accomplished ones. And while in the past these could be covered up...Read more