Donald Lambro

Posted December 02, 2015

Whatever may be the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, it is turning into one of the most bizarre contests in U.S. political history. In both parties.

Posted November 25, 2015

Barack Obama's approval scores have plunged into the low 40s as a majority of Americans now say they disapprove of the job he's doing as president.

Posted November 20, 2015

Americans are living in an age where too many of us no longer seriously question the promises and proposals of our presidential candidates.

Posted November 18, 2015

In his 2012 re-election campaign, President Obama repeatedly said that al-Qaeda's terrorist forces were "decimated" and we "had them on the run."

Posted November 13, 2015

This week's Republican presidential debate was on the whole a very grown up affair that finally focused on the sluggish Obama economy.

Posted November 11, 2015

As we near the eighth and last year of Barack Obama's presidency, the economy still remains the overriding issue in the 2016 elections.

Posted November 06, 2015

There's still no clear frontrunner in the Republican presidential primary campaign. For the most part, the debates have been a sideshow. And the party's strategists worry about a looming, election year battle in Congress over entitlement reform.

Posted November 04, 2015

With the economy in a sharp slowdown this year, it was a missed opportunity for the GOP to remind voters how badly President Obama has handled the nation's economic problems.

Posted November 04, 2015

After the combative, vacuous questions CNBC reporters asked in the last Republican presidential debate, Donald Trump wants to set the terms of the next televised event for himself.

Posted October 30, 2015

New leadership was put in charge of the House this week as Congress was "wiping the slate clean" to prevent another government shutdown, but little else has changed for the better.

Posted October 28, 2015

But despite all of the bad economic data we've gotten this week, the economy still isn't getting the attention it deserves from the Republican candidates.

Posted October 23, 2015

Rep. Paul Ryan's selfless decision to end the hard-line conservative rebellion in the House by seeking its highest leadership post is a noble act.

Posted October 21, 2015

Things are not going so well for Hillary Clinton this week.

Posted October 16, 2015

The national news media has declared former secretary of State Hillary Clinton the clear winner in Tuesday night's Democratic presidential debate.

Posted October 13, 2015

There's nothing the liberal news media likes to report about more than rank and file Republicans fighting among themselves.

Posted October 09, 2015

Bill Clinton toured the country on their behalf, promoted their ideas and rode the DLC's pro-growth agenda all the way to the White House.

Posted October 07, 2015

The measly number of jobs that the Obama economy created last month is raising new fears of a steeper employment decline this year and next.

Posted October 06, 2015

The measly number of jobs that the Obama economy created last month is raising new fears of a steeper employment decline this year and next.

Posted October 02, 2015

Russia's daring entry into the Syrian war is Vladimir Putin's riskiest move yet to challenge the West, especially President Obama, after he got away with murder in eastern Ukraine.

Posted September 30, 2015

After five years as House leader, Boehner has lost the trust and support of of his party's conservatives and will call it quits by the end of October.