More Wall Street Journal Articles

  • All process arguments are insincere

    House Democrats who are criticizing and ridiculing Speaker John Boehner's lawsuit against President Obama have in fact often, and not so long ago, brought lawsuits against President George W. Bush or other officials.

  • Americans to Sarah Palin: Please stop talking

    Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is the politician Americans most want to stop talking, according to a Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey that polled voters on their opinion of six public figures.

  • Wall Street Journal: Clinton Inc.'s top funder is Wall Street's Goldman Sachs

    Goldman Sachs has provided "Clinton Inc." with nearly $5 million and office space since Bill and Hillary Clinton left the White House, making the firm their top supporter.

  • Wall Street Journal: IRS scandal 'worse than Watergate'

    The revelation that the computers of Internal Revenue Service workers, including Tea Party prober Lois Lerner, were erased of critical emails sought by lawmakers has elevated the affair to -- and maybe beyond -- an old familiar presidential scandal, Watergate.

  • Poll watch: Hispanics help drive President Obama's approval rating to a fresh low

    President Obama's approval rating has slipped to a fresh low of 41 percent amid a myriad of scandals involving mismanagement and alleged corruption at multiple federal agencies and a significant loss of support among Hispanics, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll. The recent...

  • About that Wall Street Journal poll: Is the public saying Obama's presidency is over?

    President Obama's approval rating has dropped to 41 percent, a majority of Americans disapprove of his handling of foreign policy issues, he has lost support from the Hispanic community and Americans actually think his administration is less competent than the Bush White House post-Hurricane...

  • Ready for Hillary: Polls show Hillary beats Obama, Bill extremely popular with Americans

    Hillary Clinton scores a higher approval rating than President Obama on almost every major issue facing America today, according to a new CNN/ORC International survey. The CNN survey, which was conducted from May 29 to June 1, before the start of Clinton's rocky, gaffe-filled book tour, found...

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