Seven years in, one thing has become abundantly clear - this President is on a moral mission. Not all people who run for the highest office of the land actually have an agenda to do good for the people, but it appears as though this President did and does.
The White House is taking a victory lap upon the release of the December jobs report, reminding everyone that President Obama said, "The verdict is clear: Middle-class economics works. Expanding opportunity works."
The NRA's Wayne LaPierre was in favor of universal background checks and closing all loopholes -- way back in 1999.
In response to the President's proposals to reduce gun violence, O'Malley brought the discussion home by pointing out that every day we do nothing, we lose more lives.
Speaker Ryan was for addressing background check loopholes at gun shows until he was against it. He's against it now, as Speaker of the crazy House, which is bursting with Republican NRA extremists claiming to represent the "people".
At long last, median household income has finally recovered from the Bush Recession. You know, the one Republicans denied existed but actually started in 2007.
A scared Donald Trump warned former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton that if she's going to unleash Bill Clinton on Trump, she better not play the "women's card" on him.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) doubled down on Donald Trump's vulgar obsession with Clinton's bathroom breaks, last seen during Trump's she got "schlonged" rant.
Mr. Trump felt the desperate need to attack Hillary Clinton for using a bathroom and then said that she got "schlonged".
Winning Lie of the Year award because out of 77 statements checked, 76 of them were found to be mostly false to false to pants on fire lies, it's Republican front-runner Donald Trump.
That big, loud Tartuffe oaf running off at the mouth who thinks killing journalists is no biggie is a real candidate. Donald Trump is not a Republican joke. He is a Republican candidate.
"Really, that's incredible... and that's such a statement for family first," Bear Grylls says to President Barack Obama as the President discusses his tradition of having dinner every night with his family.
Democrats in the House are now begging Republicans to reconsider and allow a vote on the bipartisan "King-Lofgren Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorists Act" so that... you know... people on the terror watch list won't be able to easily and legally buy guns.
This week alone, PolitiFact has already given Donald Trump two Pants on Fire ratings, both stemming from his racist beliefs.
Speaker Ryan is putting up a House bill to force security measures on Syrian refugees. But we already have security measures exactly like the ones in the House bill.
The Obama administration had to host phone call with governors to brief them on what even civilians know regarding the refugee vetting security process, because you know, this is how a certain political party operates, "The officials briefed the governors on the rigorous screening and security vetting process that is required before a refugee is able to travel to the United States."
It's official: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won the debate by a long shot according to Democratic primary voters surveyed by Public Policy Polling.
In the last 24 hours, Donald Trump claimed he knows more about ISIL than the generals do and Ben Carson claims he knows more about Syria than the White House. Neither of these two gentlemen have ever held public office.
Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-VT) new ad shows why he is so popular with liberals and why his campaign message is so important.
President Obama blasted Donald Trump's suggestion to bring back President Eisenhower's "Operation Wetback" plan and use "Deportation Forces" to kick some 11 million undocumented immigrants out of the country