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Castle catches the disco fever in “That 70s Show” when a witness to a mob killing thinks Jimmy Carter is still president. Getting him to think the precinct is up to funk is a tall order, but don’t worry: Martha’s on the case. The Players: Director: John Terlesky Writer: David Amann Cast: Nathan Fillion, Stana [...]
Former President Jimmy Carter's grandson is running for governor in Georgia and he wants people to know he has no problem with Georgia vehicles sporting the Confederate battle flag on their license plates. Jason Carter, a Democrat and state senator, shared his belief on MSNBC. Show More Summary
Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate and grandson of former President Jimmy Carter, Jason Carter, appeared on MSNBC on Monday with host Chuck Todd where he was pressed on the issue surrounding the state government's decision to issue license plates with the Confederate flag on them...
THE NATIONAL INTEREST: The Tragic Decline of American Foreign Policy. I think it’s called “smart diplomacy.” Related: John McCain: Obama lets ‘bad people’ fill U.S. void, says Jimmy Carter was better.
Some of the stories from today’s Top Ten At Ten. The Neocon Money Machine Strike at China sneaker factory snowballs (AP) Jimmy Carter comes out against Keystone XL pipeline (WaPo) Putin Asserts Right to Use Force in Eastern Ukraine (NY Times)
Jimmy Carter, Desmond Tutu, and other Nobel Peace Prize winners are right about Keystone. Former president Jimmy Carter has joined a group of Nobel laureates who oppose construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, warning President Obama and Secretary of State John F. Kerry, “You stand on the brink of making a choice that will define […]
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has said that British Foreign Secretary William Hague is an "active hero" of his, for his campaign against sexual violence in conflict zones. Carter also noted that former British Prime Minister and staunch American ally Margaret Thatcher knew more about America than he did when they met. Show More Summary
By Tim Price, originally published on Next New Deal Click here to receive the Daily Digest via email. That '70s Show, Starring Ted Cruz (New Republic) Despite conservatives' tendency to compare Barack Obama to Jimmy Carter, today's economic challenges are the opposite of those the U.S. Show More Summary
The former president joins a group of Nobel laureates, warning President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry, “You stand on the brink of making a choice that will define your legacy on one of the greatest challenges humanity has ever faced – climate change.” By announcing his opposition, Carter becomes the first former president to come […]
The former president and a group of Nobel laureates urged Obama to reject the pipeline
Q. How do you know when Barack Obama has set a dubious new record for presidential weakness? A. When Jimmy Carter's former top adviser mocks his anemic response to an international crisis. On today's Morning Joe, Zbigniew Brzezinski argued that the US needs to discuss with Ukraine the provision of defensive weapons in the face of the Russian threat. Show More Summary
That year, Jimmy Carter's drug czar attended a marijuana-soaked party in Washington and reportedly used cocaine. You won't believe what happened next.
Iran tried to send a former terrorist who had been part of the invasion of our embassy in Tehran in 1979 as a UN ambassador. Jimmy Carter rushed to his defense while the White House discussed it’s dilemma. According to the BBC, it’s just been announced that Hamid Aboutalebi has been denied a visa; President […]
Jimmy Carter's right that religion doesn't mandate sexism. But quibbling over Christian theology isn't the answer
While Desmond Tutu is off calling for "an apartheid-style boycott to save the planet" from climate change, Jimmy Carter is battling human trafficking and gender inequality, and Creative Loafing's own opinion page is championing a "21st...Show More Summary
This week, the civil rights legacy of President Lyndon B. Johnson is being celebrated and every Texan should be proud. President Barack Obama and three living former U.S. Presidents -- George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter --...Show More Summary
The New Yorker: A Four-Decade Tax War, by Jeffrey Frank: The nearness of April 15th is enough to remind us of the words of Jimmy Carter, who, when he accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for President, in 1976, said, “It is time for a complete overhaul of our income-tax system...
Jimmy Carter has publicly opposed the Obama administration on a few foreign policy issues, and in a new interview in TIME magazine, he takes a shot at Hillary Clinton for not doing much in the way of Middle East peace during her tenure at the State Department.
Chris Matthews did his best on Wednesday to get Jimmy Carter to fulsomely endorse Hillary Clinton for president in 2016, but just couldn't quite get a satisfying answer. In an interview on Hardball, Matthews began by noting how the former...Show More Summary