Never Forget: Hillary was more pro-mandate than Obama

William A. Jacobson Legal Insurrection 11/13/2013

Hillary supporters are trying to distance her from the Obamcare debacle.

Don’t talk about it, she is told.

Meanwhile, Bill is stabbing Obama in the back by telling him to honor his promise to the American people that they could keep their health plan.

It’s all about the mandate. […]

A pollster under oath

Josh Gerstein Politico 10/2/2012

…In May, the pollster for Al Gore’s presidential bid in 2000 and John Edwards’s in 2004 and 2008, Harrison Hickman, took the stand in the federal criminal case against Edwards over alleged campaign finance violations stemming from payments to support Edwards’s mistress.

Under oath, Hickman admitted that in the final weeks […]

Obama executive order seeks more security for classified info

Jim Kouri Public Safety Examiner 10/11/2011

Last Friday, without fanfare or ceremony, President Barack Obama release an executive order that he claims will strengthen the U.S. government’s information and computer security policies and practices to prevent breaches such as the 2010 WikiLeaks episode, according to Donna Miles of the American Forces Press Service.

The executive […]

Obama attacks banks while raking in Wall Street dough

John Rossomando The Daily Caller 10/10/2011

Despite his rhetorical attacks on Wall Street, a study by the Sunlight Foundation’s Influence Project shows that President Barack Obama has received more money from Wall Street than any other politician over the past 20 years, including former President George W. Bush.

In 2008, Wall Street’s largesse accounted for […]

Obama’s credibility crisis

Editorial Washington Examiner 4/25/2010

Hard on the heels of that shocking Pew Research Center survey finding that four out of five Americans don’t trust government comes a blitz of new revelations about the Obama administration that amount to a full-fledged credibility crisis. The latest disclosures are especially damaging because they concern President Obama’s possible misrepresentation […]