Former Congressman Barney Frank (D-MA) has been making the media rounds to promote his new memoir and when he stopped by CNN's State of the Union on Sunday host Gloria Borger couldn't help but ask for his view on Dr. Ben Carson's declaration that being gay is a "choice."
John McCain had some harsh words for President Obama on CNN’s State of the Union, speaking about the recent spat with newly reelected Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Obama was concerned with Netanyahu’s campaign rhetoric where he appeared to distance himself from a potential two-state solution. Show More Summary
Representative Steve Israel ripped into Rep. Steve King (D-Haters) on CNN's State of the Union over King's remarks that he can't understand how anyone can be a Democrat and support Israel. In an interview Friday, Rep. King slammed Democrats...Show More Summary
"The president should get over it," Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said during an appearance on CNN's State of the Union. The post Republicans Dismiss Netanyahu’s Anti-Arab Remarks As ‘Election Rhetoric’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.
John McCain slammed President Obama on Israel on CNN's State of the Union this morning, telling the president to "get over your temper tantrum" with Benjamin Netanyahu and focus on the important things.
On Thursday's New Day on CNN, left-wing Missouri State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal wildly accused fellow guest Jeff Roorda of the St. Louis Police Officer Association of being a racist. Chapelle-Nadal asserted that she, as well asShow More Summary
On Tuesday, CNN posted an article in relation to the recent Hillary Clinton email scandal. The network took the opportunity to further a narrative that the Russian government was behind the “worst ever” hack into the US State Department. But that allegation has persisted without US officials – or CNN, for that matter – providing any evidence.
On Sunday morning, John Kasich went on CNN’s State of the Union to talk about his cross-country “crusade” for a balanced budget, a move that has been widely interpreted as a test run for his presidential campaign. When asked directly whether he would actually run, Kasich clucked non-answers like “I don’t know” and “all my options […]
Jeh Johnson, speaking on CNN's State of the Union, said he is taking seriously a video put out by the Somali-based al-Shabab group calling on followers to attack Western shopping malls.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson warned on CNN's State of the Union Sunday morning that furloughs at the DHS were imminent if Congress did not resolve a standoff and approve funding for the department.
In a cringe-worthy interview on CNN's State of the Union Sunday, Mike Huckabee compared homosexuality to lifestyle choices like "drinking and swearing," but insists he's not homophobic because he totally has gay friends, guys. Huckabee demurred when asked if he believes one's sexuality is a choice,... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Mike Huckabee
On Sunday, gritty gravy god Mike Huckabee appeared on CNN's State of the Union to offer a number of regrettable analogies about homosexuality, comparing it, variously, to drinking, classical music and bacon-wrapped shrimp. Read more...
Code Pink interrupted a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing and began chanting that Henry Kissinger should be arrested for war crimes. John McCain didn't like that one bit and called them "low-life" scum. On CNN's State Of The Union,...Show More Summary
Mike Huckabee was on television this morning and went full Huckabee. The former Arkansas governor appeared on CNN's State of the Union this morning where he had a lot to say! Well, mostly he just talked about how gay people are totally ruining America. First he said that being gay was a lifestyle choice, just like drinking or swearing. Read more...
Former Arkansas Governor and GOP presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee made an appearance on CNN's State of the Union this morning where Dana Bash asked him about the conflict between his religious beliefs regarding homosexuality (he has called it "an aberrant,...
Jon Huntsman, the former Utah governor and presidential candidate was asked about another potential Romney run on CNN’s “State of the Union”. “Like” Liberaland on Facebook, please Now read this:Hillary Clinton Has Double-Digit Lead Over Potential Rivals (Jan 24, 2015) Corn: Why Liberals Should Embrace ‘Progressive Champion’ Mitt Romney (Jan 23, 2015) Mitt Romney Acknowledges [...]
Mormon former-governor shade was thrown on CNN's State of the Union Sunday morning, after guest-host Michael Smerconish asked former Utah Governor and 2012 GOP coulda-been Jon Huntsman the odds for "Romney 3.0," a reference to former Massachusetts Governor and 2012 presidential coulda-been Mitt Romney's indication that he's trying for the presidency again.
CNN’s State of the Union Bingo debuted last night and the big winner was Coral Sherman, who sent her winning tweet only 15 minutes into President Obama’s speech. Polite laughter, freedom, bipartisan applause and Michelle were the key...Show More Summary
Shortly after taking the reins as Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, a man dubbed “Dr. No” for his determined opposition to President Obama’s domestic agenda, told CNN’s State of the Union that Americans “want us to look for things...Show More Summary
Dana Bash, the (temporary?) replacement for Candy Crowley on CNN's State Of The Union addressed the issue of the NYPD's tumultuous relations with N.Y.C. Mayor, Bill DeBlasio. At the funeral of slain officer Wenjian Liu, NYPD once again...Show More Summary