Donald Trump was so anxious to brag about “his” latest job growth and unemployment numbers that he broke the law by tweeting about them before they were announced officially by the U.S. government.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York has been more vocal lately in his criticisms of President Trump, calling out the president for saying the Russia investigation is “phony” and also blaming him for higher gas prices.
Senate Democratic Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) hit Trump for the spike in gas prices that are already taking a bite out of the wallets of every American before the summer holidays.
One of the economic consequences of Trump's killing of the Iran deal is that it will cost already increasing gasoline prices to go even higher.
With gas prices on a record low decline, and the economy experiencing its best quarter in 11 years, President Obama's approval rating has reached its highest level in 20 months.
Barack Obama is still the President, and his administration's record achievements over the past five-and-a-half years were squandered by Democratic candidates intent on appearing to be more like Republicans than Democrats affiliated with a President with a record of successes.
What's more contagious than Ebola with absolutely no cure? As we head into next week's election, Fox "News" has been stricken with a near-fatal form of Obama Derangement Syndrome. Worse: Quarantines won't work against it -- unless you switch off your tee vee.
During President Obama's tenure in the Oval Office, conservative pundits and Republican politicians have continuously blamed him anytime the price of gasoline has jumped up. Interestingly, those same voices tend to grow very quiet whenever we see a drop in the price.
If Americans have learned only one thing about the economic recovery, it is that Republicans will make sure the only beneficiaries of good economic reports are Wall Street and corporations .
Republicans have acquiesced to a foreign corporation's demand they be given the authority to raise gas prices, endanger the water supply, and impede farmers right to produce crops to feed the nation.
Fox News hit a new low today by openly hoping for more pain for the American people in the form of gas prices reaching $5 a gallon before the presidential election.
The media and the Republicans were happy to blame President Obama for the high price of gasoline in March, but they are giving Obama none of the credit for the drop in gas prices today.
House Speaker John Boehner spins his tired old talking points, a more than metaphorical raspberry to any real discussion of either problems or possible solutions
Republicans like Mitch McConnell are pushing the idea that if America lowers taxes on the wealthy and corporations, the price of gas will fall.
The right is attempting to have it both ways on gas prices. They are protecting Big Oil's profits, while blaming President Obama for the high price of gas.
The Republican strategy of using gas prices against Obama took a hit today as a Suffolk University poll found that only 25% of Americans believe Obama has a lot of influence on gas prices.
The President is calling on you to write your representative and ask them to stand with you against big oil. He wants to end the 4 billion in subsidies the oil companies are getting as they make record profits.