An Obama 2008 veteran, who’s been on a campaign that was in a position similar to Clinton’s and that had to reconcile with Clinton, offers his thoughts.
Jon Favreau is the former chief speechwriter for President Obama.
The GOP let its extremist insurgency in through the front door.
A former Obama ’08 speechwriter explains how and why Secretary Clinton is a lot more compelling than you might think.
Jon Favreau gives you a glimpse of what the Republican frontrunner will likely sound like should he win the nomination.
The Florida senator might look like the strongest GOP presidential nominee on the surface, but he’s vulnerable—because his moderate style doesn’t match his extreme policies.
Eleven years after delivering the valedictory address as a graduating senior, Obama’s former speechwriter returned to his alma mater to speak to the Class of 2014. Read the full speech.
The president puts in back-to-back 2 a.m. nights rewriting his speech to make it “sing” and hopefully sway Congress. A former speechwriter shares what it’s like inside the White House.
Pope Francis, the first Pope from a developing nation, sees the world through the eyes of the poor and dispossessed.
Obama’s taken responsibility for HealthCare.gov and apologized to those who got cancellation notices. But he should never be sorry for passing a law to bring us affordable health care.
It’s de rigueur to decry ‘partisanship’ as Washington’s ‘real problem.’ Let’s get real—the most destructive force in American politics today is the Tea Party, says Jon Favreau.