Many White House correspondents want to write Obama books. But the kind of books that sell need "inside access" -- and this is something that the communications team doles out minimally.
Huffington Post Technology & Innovations Editor Jose Antonio Vargas appeared on PBS NewsHour last night to discuss the Obama White House's efforts to ...
Even while Obama was saying that he thought a public option was a good idea, he had promised for-profit hospital lobbyists that there would be no public option in the final bill.
Finally, this health care stuff is getting interesting. White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs' assertion, on Fox News Sunday, of all deliberate p...
Good job Kathleen Sebelius! The Secretary stayed on message as MTP host David Gregory hammered away at her. At last our team's word magicians seem to ...
President Obama, I don't know what your team has been up to, but they haven't served you well. And Rahm, poor Rahm, has turned into a fighter -- not of Republicans, but of the left.
I find the president's failure to quit smoking fascinating. Obama's a man who's seemingly been able to accomplish in life everything he's wanted, demonstrating unwavering discipline, resolve and ambition.
If social network analysis is so powerful, why isn't it used more often--in intelligence and elsewhere?
Rather than fighting to save his own skin and to skewer others who are in and out of the Oval Office nearly as much as he is, Emanuel needs to help champion a sensible transition to a more effective team.
We may be critical of Obama's conservative approach to reform, of his stultifying realism, of his lack of leadership, but I suspect that the White House is driven primarily by the desire for immediate success.
The Obama team is failing on most major policy challenges. The president needs to strategically redeploy his closest group of advisers, change up the game, move some others in, and alter their assignments.
Dana Milbank transcribed an article written by Rahm Emanuel today in the Washington Post. Never has an article been more clearly written to support a political benefactor.
Let's set aside for another post the fact that Milbank's column seems to channel Rahm directly. I wondered if there was a foundation in their relationship for this kind of adoration. Well, maybe.
It's been almost a week since Press Secretary Robert Gibbs delivered one of his first game-changing tweets: @PressSec wow - in a less than 30 hours ...
Let's start putting our biases aside when it comes to homeland security. If it meets all five elements of the legal definition of terrorism, then it's terrorism -- plain and simple.
Sarah Palin is playing chess. I don't know what game the Administration is playing, but they just walked right into her carefully laid trap. Palin, the strategist, is amazing to watch.