GOP could go 'DEFCON 4' on W.H. job offers - TheDC

Politics | interns

Republicans continue to push for Sestak and Romanoff job offer investigation, but the minority party’s options are limited

President Obama’s resignation

Feature:Opinion | Chet Nagle

While some call for Obama to step down in light of the Sestak scandal, we must remember that President Obama is convinced of his own messianic virtues, and will never resign. Unless impeachment gives him no choice

Gibbs attempts to protect Obama - The Daily Caller

| Jon Ward

W.H. press secretary leading effort to insulate Obama from Sestak and Romanoff

Romanoff unqualified for jobs White House offered - The Daily Caller

Politics | Jonathan Strong

Romanoff unqualified for jobs White House offered

The Romanoff trade-off - The Daily Caller

Politics | Jon Ward

Trade post floated by White House would have paid the senate candidate $163K annual salary

W.H. troubles extend beyond petroleum - The Daily Caller

Politics | Jon Ward

Various problems ranging from the Gulf oil spill to Joe Sestak are all currently impacting the Obama Administration

Damage control - The Daily Caller

Politics | Jon Ward

White House insists no job offer technically offered to Colorado Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff

Roman Candle

Politics | Jon Ward

Dem. candidate Andrew Romanoff reveals WH dangled jobs to get him out of Senate race

Obama administration's intelligence failure - The Daily Caller

Politics | Jon Ward

WH Press Secretary Robert Gibbs implies Sestak wasn’t offered intel board spot

Obama begins plotting for 2012 election - Politico

Politics | Pat McMahon

Obama Administration begins plotting it’s course towards the 2012 presidential election

Obama is oh for five in attempts to influence Senate races - THE DAILY CALLER

Politics | Jon Ward

Rep. Joe Sestak’s admission that the White House tried to lure him out of a primary challenge to Sen. Arlen Specter made Pennsylvania the fifth state this cycle in which the Obama administration has tried unsuccessfully to clear the field for Democratic senate candidates