Take heed Democrats in the House and Senate -- the American people love those who stand up for what they believe in, back up their words with actions, and fight for what they want.
Most of the "professional left" whom Gibbs attacked will be Democrats' best foot soldiers come election time in the fall. If Democrats face a big defeat, It will be because Washington Democrats are dominated by Wall Street liberals.
A new poll shows overwhelming support for a progressive political agenda not unlike the one described by President Obama last year as a "New Foundation" for growth.
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Amid the anger among progressives over White House spokesman Robert Gibbs' attack on the"professional left," a leading cause of the wide-rangi...
Almost exactly a year ago, President Obama uttered these memorable words: "There's something about August going into September where everybody in Washington gets all wee-weed up."
Robert Gibbs recently expressed his frustration with what he called the "professional left." Who would have thought that Obama's biggest problem in his first few years in office would be one of communication?
The Obama administration apparently cannot understand why its supporters are not in awe over its ability to politick, compromise, and water down great legislation into mediocre laws.
Robert Gibbs railed at the 'professional left' in an interview published yesterday. Robert's frustration is really that the Obama Administration is unable to meet expectations.
The White House's strategy of getting credit it thinks it deserves sucks. It's not working, and whining about the fact that people don't give the administration enough credit is not going to get them to give it more.
Huffington Post political reporter Sam Stein went on MSNBC's Morning Joe this morning to discuss last night's midterm election primary results, which ...
If Robert Gibbs had walked around Las Vegas last week talking to the professional left, he would have learned what I did: that progressives, liberals, and Democrats are as diverse as the day is long.
We didn't elect this administration to accept the Washington status quo as reality. We elected them to challenge that reality. And it seems like, on that count, they didn't even try. That's what we're so disappointed by.
Right now, the need to legalize marijuana is the only thing on which members of the Tea Party and the Netroots Nation can agree on. Somebody is going to get wise and start courting our votes.
There are too many on the left whose heads are stuffed with delusions about what Obama can do and when and how he should do it.
Huffington Post political reporter Sam Stein went on MSNBC's Hardball this evening to discuss recent comments made by White House Press Secretary Robe...