There is no denying that the U.S. has broken promises to Syria and Egypt, regarding Syria using weapons of mass destruction and Egypt taken over by a coup. It is likely reducing
Here’s what a government spokesman said today about Mr. Obama’s policy announcement on the conflict in Syria: “The president has made a decision about providing more support to the opposition. That will involve providing direct support to the [rebels]. That includes
PolitiFact examined two recent comments by Florida Sen. Marco Rubio in an analysis published today. The results weren’t favorable to the potential 2016 presidential hopeful. The issues are
Three days after the Transportation Safety Administration’s decision to allow certain potential weapons back onto airplanes is still garnering opposition though there is some support. Sen. John McCain is responding We don’t see how the new policy, scheduled to take effect next month, shows concern for passenger safety.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) used a familiar disrespectful word when responding to an annoying questioner at a local forum yesterday and then doubled down and defended it today.
Committees of the Senate and House grilled Sec. Clinton today on the Benghazi tragedy, focusing on why false information was disseminated and a request for additional security
CNN’s Piers Morgan tonight featured a group interview with Sens. Lindsay Graham (R-SC), John McCain (R-AZ) and Joe Lieberman (I-CT). It was refreshing to hear a civil
Nicole Sandler was sitting in today for Randi Rhodes. Both are liberal. She talked about John McCain missing a hearing on Benghazi while he was holding a news conference attacking the lack of information on the violence there that killed four Americans. She called him an “old fart.” Then later, she said, John McCain “lost […]
A top adviser to Pres. Obama became the latest to try to defend the White House line that the fatal attack on our Libyan consulate was prompted by an online video slamming Mohammed. The administration response after the deaths of four Americans came even after it was reliably reported that it was known that terrorism […]
Monday brought more insulting words. A phrase by a media host and a single word from a veteran congressman. CNN’s Piers Morgan (pictured) called congressional candidate Todd Akin, who said “If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down,”
Some people are attributing the decision by Sen. John McCain, the 2008 GOP presidential candidate, to pick relatively unknown Alaska
Senator John McCain insulted the U.S. Supreme Court during an appearance on Meet the Press today. Speaking to host David Gregory about the nasty tone of the primary campaign and the unbridled contributions to the super PACs, he said this: […]