Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) today acknowledged an overstatement on Pres. Obama’s handshake with Cuban leader Raul Castro but continued to say that the handshake was a mistake. He was questioned by
Some of the Sunday shows went with their normal political guests today. Two exceptions were “Face the Nation” and “Meet the Press.” They devoted their entire hours to Nelson Mandela. Both with guests
CNN host Candy Crowley asked whether we’re safer now than we were a year or two ago. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) said, “I don’t think so. I think terrorism is up worldwide. I think statistics indicate that.
Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) had a different take on who’s responsible for the disastrous rollout of the website of the Avondale Care Act. On “State of the Union,” this morning, Rogers said, This really feeds into the
Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-NC) offered his view today. He said that he will push for more sanctions against Iran during the ongoing attempts to put a stop to their efforts to enrich uranium to produce nuclear weapons. But the senator added on CNN’s “State of the Union” that any new sanctions could be
Conservative commentator Ben Ferguson fortunately does not hold a government position. If he did, his comments this morning on CNN’s “State of the Union” wouldn’t have helped advance the cause of negotiating with Iran.
An over-the-top segment on Fox News today exaggerated comments on U.S. foreign policy made by Samantha Power (pictured), the President’s nominee for UN ambassador, comments she later withdrew. She has been a frequent critic of our overseas agenda and has, in the past, said the U.S. committed crimes in international relations. Guest
It’s simply not respectful of the truth and also is hypocritical, we believe. Slamming or supporting the administration when on a friendly network, or on a Sunday talk show but tempering the remarks when on a different one. Dialogue on the Sunday programs is generally more polite. There were more
702_0053Appearing on CNN’s State of the Union, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi talked about reducing the burden of health care spending. Click the number at the
One of the heads of the Commission on Presidential Debates made a puzzling and disrespectful comment about CNN anchor Candy Crowley yesterday. Frank Fahrenkopf, a politician, made the comment, in effect calling her unqualified.
Conservative radio host Monica Crowley disrespectfully tried to disparage Pres. Obama again, as she does often on her weekend radio show. This time the issues were guns and the tragedy in Libya. On efforts to tighten gun laws, she said,