Donald Lambro

Posted January 07, 2015

WASHINGTON -- Republicans took control of Congress this week, mindful that their job performance over the next two years is their party's path to the presidency in 2016.

Posted January 01, 2015

WASHINGTON - Hillary Clinton angrily condemned the bleakest results of Barack Obama's economy in a recent speech, but didn't dare say who was responsible for them.

Posted December 26, 2014

There is no way to sugarcoat the past year, except to say that, with a rare exceptions, it's been one of our nation's worst in many years.

Posted December 24, 2014

In a year-end news conference last week, Barack Obama delivered a white washed, deeply delusional report about how much better off the country is under his presidency.

Posted December 22, 2014

His arrogant decision this week to re-establish diplomatic relations with Communist Cuba is the latest example of a president desperately searching for something to do without having to deal with Congress.

Posted December 19, 2014

WASHINGTON - Barack Obama continues to embrace low-tier, go-it-alone, executive actions to pad out the last two years of his mistake-filled, agenda-less presidency in a hopeless hunt for a legacy.

Posted December 17, 2014

"The dominant narrative remains that Clinton is the heavy favorite to be the Democratic nominee. But that story line is accompanied by another one -- that the heart of the Democratic Party really wants Warren.

Posted December 12, 2014

WASHINGTON - The nation's divided Congress battled down to the wire this week over its budget for the rest of this fiscal year -- hoping to avoid a government shutdown.

Posted December 10, 2014

Don't be fooled by the everything's-coming-up-roses coverage that the national news media gave the Obama administration's job numbers last week.

Posted December 05, 2014

WASHINGTON -- The Democrats, who were in serious condition after being battered, bloodied and beaten in the midterm elections, are now on the critical list.

Posted December 03, 2014

Barack Obama has been punched by Republicans so many times over the course of his failed presidency that it is no longer big news.

Posted November 28, 2014

WASHINGTON - If you thought the bare knuckled, no-holds-barred, midterm elections were rough, the last two years of Barack Obama's presidency will make that look like a Sunday school picnic.

Posted November 26, 2014

President Obama's political barometer moved from bad to worse this week after his ill-conceived, illegal executive action to rewrite our immigration laws.

Posted November 21, 2014

For all intents and purposes, Barack Obama's scandal-filled, deeply unpopular presidency is effectively over. Yes, he'll still go through the political motions of being president during his last two years in office. But he is no longer seen, if he ever was, as a real chief executive who knows how to handle our nation's most pressing problems.

Posted November 19, 2014

President Obama and the Democrats are in a state of deep denial about the message the voters sent to Washington in the midterm elections.

Posted November 14, 2014

After the thrashing Barack Obama and his party got in last week's elections, it is now clear that the Democrats are leaderless and in disarray and he is no longer relevant in the domestic policy battles of his last two years in office.

Posted November 12, 2014

Last month's new job figures, despite the news media's exaggerated response, fell well below the numbers needed to put America back to work.

Posted November 07, 2014

WASHINGTON -- President Obama and the Democrats were hit by a ton of bricks on Tuesday, and it couldn't have happened to a more deserving bunch of losers.

Posted November 05, 2014

WASHINGTON -- The two-year battle for the presidency, which officially begins today, got an early start last week when Hillary Clinton gave us a dumbfounding lesson in Democratic economics, saying that businesses do not create jobs.

Posted October 31, 2014

WASHINGTON -- It's almost a foregone conclusion that President Obama and the Democrats are going to suffer a humiliating defeat in next week's midterm elections.