Obama Tries to Bully Court Into Ruling for Obamacare

Keith Koffler White House Dossier 6/9/2015

Because that’s the Chicago way.

President Obama Monday continued to the White House tactic – begun last week by Josh Earnest, and echoing tactics used during the last Obamacare case – of trying to bully the Supreme Court into siding with his position on Obamacare in a case that […]

White House Begins to Bully the Supreme Court Again

Keith Koffler White House Dossier 6/3/2015

In an echo of the last time the Supreme Court held the fate of the Affordable Care Act in its hands, the White House today began warning the Court of the kind of rhetoric it would face if it eviscerates the crown jewel of President Obama’s presidency.

White House […]

Did Geithner Handle S&P the 'Chicago Way'?

Carol Platt Liebau Townhall 1/22/2014

In August 2011, three days after ratings agency Standard & Poor’s downgraded the triple-A credit rating of the United States, Harold McGraw — chairman of McGraw-Hill Financial — says something pretty unpleasant happened to him. From Bloomberg:

In his court statement, McGraw, 65, said Geithner called him on Aug. 8, […]

The unspoken WH rule: Don’t cross Valerie Jarrett

Janeen Capizola BizPac Review 10/28/2013

The staggering influence President Obama’s best friend and closest advisor Valerie Jarrett wields in the White House is baffling, but certainly no secret.

Which might explain the all-out manhunt for the anonymous tweeter who was recently fired for insulting and bashing members of the buy viagra us Obama administration, and […]

CNN Anchor: Obama Administration Threatens Reporter’s Jobs

Rob Port Say Anything 10/23/2013

It’s not exactly news that the Obama administration is known for playing hardball with reporters, but earlier today CNN Newsroom anchor Carol Costello made a startling comment about just how ugly things get sometimes while talking about the controversy over Jofi Joseph and his Twitter account.

I’ve been using this […]

Park Ranger: We’ve Been Ordered To ‘Make Life Difficult’

Rob Port SayAnything Blog 10/4/2013

A private restaurant has been shutdown by the National Park Service despite costing nothing to the taxpayers to operate. Scenic overlooks, little more than roadside parking lots, have been shut down. The privately-owned Mt. Vernon, George Washington’s Home, was barricaded by the National Park Service though the owners are now […]