Haj Ibrahim Abu el-Hawa, the 73-year old Palestinian proprietor of the Jerusalem “Peace House,” a modest hostel in the Mount of Olives, has shaken the hand of President Jimmy Carter, listened to Ravi Shankar perform in his honor, met the singer Alicia Keys and was a great friend to the settler leader Rabbi Menachem Froman. Show More Summary
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter took to The Washington Post on Friday to make known his concerns about the United States' economic sanctions on countries such as North Korea. "In my visits to targeted countries, I have seen how this...Show More Summary
Rabbi Leonard Beerman, right, with former President Jimmy Carter in 2007. AP Photo/Charles Dharapak In the brief holiday rest between the last night of Hanukkah and Christmas Day, America lost one of its greatest spiritual leaders. He...Show More Summary
The FDA has been under a lot of pressure for its ridiculous policy banning blood donations from anyone who has had a single sexual encounter with another man anytime since Jimmy Carter was president. Apparently, the agency has decided to give in–kind of. Under new guidelines yet to be approved, the FDA would reduce the […]
So with the simple stroke of a pen, Barack Obama begins the end of the U.S. Cold War against Cuba. The presidential order to restore diplomatic relations with the island nation should have been done decades ago, by Jimmy Carter after...Show More Summary
Former President Jimmy Carter lauded the decision to normalize diplomatic relations with and ease sanctions imposed on Cuba, steps he said would benefit the Cuban people and not the country’s autocratic rulers. Carter said he is “very proud and grateful” of President Barack Obama’s decision to change the dynamic of the U.S.-Cuba relationship, which Carter […]
President Obama's announcement that the United States and Cuba have agreed to establish diplomatic relations and open economic and travel ties, is not being well taken by many members of Congress, both Republican and Democrat. Senator...Show More Summary
HE’S LIKE AN UNHOLY CROSSBREED OF JIMMY CARTER AND RICHARD NIXON: Ann Compton on Obama: He Launches ‘Profanity-Laced’ Tirades Against Press. But what a thin-skinned, narcissistic little putz. No President has gotten such adulatory coverage, and he’s still unhappy?
What do James Franco, Joan Rivers, and Jimmy Carter all have in common? They have all been announced as nominees for this year's Grammy Awards. According to TheWrap, Former President Jimmy Carter was nominated Friday for a 2015 Grammy...Show More Summary
In September, President Obama signed a presidential memorandum to extend the U.S. embargo against Cuba for another year, as every president since Jimmy Carter has done routinely. John Oliver did a very funny bit about it on his HBO show, which got me thinking. Show More Summary
Former US President Jimmy Carter gave a wonderful speech at the 2014 Annual Convention of the Islamic Society of North America. He is a great leader who has accomplished much especially since he stepped down from office. His speech focused on human rights: Tagged: 2014 Annual Convention, Islamic Society of North America, Jimmy Carter
A Reagan endorsement, a White House invite -- and a star-studded send-off from Johnny Carson at the Academy Awards
Friday on MSNBC's "Ronan Farrow Daily," former President Jimmy Carter criticized Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) for saying President Barack Obama is even a worst president than he was. "That's a compliment to come from a warmonger," Carter said. Show More Summary
Friday on MSNBC's "Ronan Farrow Daily," former President Jimmy Carter said President Barack Obama was "right" to go around Congress and enact executive action amnesty. Carter said, "I think he has tried every possible way to get Congress to pass a reasonable bill. Show More Summary
Considering that John McCain has never met a war he didn't like, he was just asking for it when he insulted former President Jimmy Carter: Carter had harsh words for U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. Farrow asked Carter how he felt about McCain’s stab earlier this year at Carter’s foreign policy record. Show More Summary
By: Joyce Karam Looking back at 1979, former President Jimmy Carter recently said on CNBC: “I think I would have been re-elected easily if I had been able to rescue our hostages from the Iranians.” It was Iran that cut short the legacy of an American President with the hostage crisis and it is Iran […]
For decades, Jimmy Carter has been celebrated in Beijing for normalizing U.S. relations with China. The accolade helped the former president’s think tank win access to work on potentially sensitive issues like village democracy.
We all deserve a second chance. Some of us even deserve a second chance at second chances. It’s kind of like wishing for more wishes, but not as bad. We’re not quite sure what Jimmy Fowlie’s go-go character Danny Carter deserves, but we’re certainly enjoying watching him fumble along his way regardless. In this weeks […]
Call him crazy, but Jon Stewart thinks there are more important things Dubya should be doing with his retirement. This weekend Stewart sat down with his old friend Mo Rocca on CBS's "Sunday Morning" to talk about his new film "Rosewater," which he wrote and directed. Show More Summary
It's George W Bush Day on CBS News. Just before an interview with 43 on Face the Nation, CBS This Morning asked Jon Stewart, on to promote his first film Rosewater, what he'd ask his old nemesis given the chance to finally interview him.