Is ISIS a Direct Threat to the U.S.? Doubtful.
|By: Phoenix Woman Sunday June 15, 2014 8:00 pm|
Eager to change the subject now that he’s been caught spinning like a top on Bowe Bergdahl, McCain’s spent the past week yammering about how wrong President Obama was to withdraw troops from Iraq. But as HuffPo’s Andrew Hart notes, back in 2010 McCain congratulated former President Bush on setting in motion the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq, even sending a tweet to that effect.
|By: Peter Van Buren Wednesday May 28, 2014 3:04 pm|
The killings in Isla Vista by one misogynist thug represent a terrible loss of life, most killed with a gun. Of course people can die so many ways, and the Isla Vista murderer managed to stab three people to death and run one down with his car. Still, the focus is and should be on the quickest, easiest way and thus most dangerous way to kill a lot of people: guns.
|By: CTuttle Thursday April 10, 2014 7:20 pm|
Let the gnashing and rending of garments start in earnest.
|By: CTuttle Monday February 17, 2014 8:00 pm|
It seems the cocktail circuit crew has a new ‘leader’.
|By: Jon Walker Thursday October 31, 2013 9:25 am|
Sen. John McCain has signed on to Lindsey Graham’s plan to slow down every confirmation over the issue of Benghazi, even the confirmation of people who’s positions have nothing to do with security or foreign policy.
|By: DSWright Tuesday July 23, 2013 6:35 am|
The Department of Defense presented Congress with its options and analysis for military intervention in the Syrian Civil War. The plans would cost billions of dollars and could lead to increasing instability in the region.
|By: JP Sottile Sunday July 7, 2013 1:59 pm|
How and why evangelicals persist, what motivates their zealotry and what they would do with power if they got it—these are the “What-ifs” Frederic C. Rich asks through his characters and a counterfactual storyline that takes readers from a key historical tipping point—the election and subsequent death of John McCain in 2008—through plausible plot twists and fictional conflicts that remain deeply rooted in the very real people, politics and ideologies that even today are significant forces in American life.
|By: Attaturk Monday July 1, 2013 1:30 am|
Rare is the Sunday that passes without John McCain pilfering our major network’s green rooms.
|By: cocktailhag Thursday June 13, 2013 8:00 pm|
Lying has certainly come a long way in the new century. Those of us us born in the 1900′s can still remember a time when being caught publicly lying could bring down a President (Nixon), or at the very least, get one impeached (Clinton). In those sepia-toned days, lying was a content-neutral affront; Barry Goldwater was just as justifiably incensed at being lied to by Nixon as Al Gore was at being lied to by Clinton, despite the rather gigantic difference between the significance of their respective lies.
But something odd happened when George W. Bush entered office.