HEATHER HEYER. Mother of Charlottesville car-ramming victim speaks out: “They tried to kill my child to shut her up, well guess what, you just magnified her.” Heather Heyer's mother inspires round of applause: "They tried to kill… Read The...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump challenged a reporter to "define the alt-right" on Monday when she asked about a statement released by Sen. John McCain in which he connected the attacks on National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and the violence...Show More Summary
The heartland takes on President Trump. “Donald Trump won 60 percent of rural voters in the 2016 presidential election, slightly more than Mitt Romney in 2012 and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) in 2008. But since then, the president’s national approval rating has slipped to 39 percent in late July, according to Gallup, helping to explain why political […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican and Democratic lawmakers are reacting to President Donald Trump's latest comments on the violence over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia. — Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona: There's no moralShow More Summary
Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain released a statement on Monday defending embattled National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster from attacks purportedly orchestrated by "the so-called 'alt-right.'" The statement comes amid what appears to be a campaign to oust McMaster from his role in President Donald Trump's administration. Show More Summary
"Ann Arbor, Michigan USA. 1996 By Mark Brunner."A popular new post — with an old photo — at Reddit.Top-rated comment: Something like that happened to John McCain when he was captured. The lynch mob was held back only by a North Vietnamese...Show More Summary
During the campaign, Donald Trump lashed out at a lot of people, including John McCain and Megyn Kelly. These two were the targets of two of his most repulsive lashings. When Trump became president, I had it explained to me by one of his champions that Trump never criticizes anyone — unless that person has criticized him first. Show More Summary
Remember a decade ago, when the right-wingers were complaining about “Rudy McRomney,” i.e., the prospect of the supposedly insufficiently conservative Rudy Giuliani, John McCain or Mitt Romney becoming the 2008 GOP nominee? The “Rudy McRomney” stuff didn’t make a lick of sense–Giuliani, McCain or Romney would have had to answer to the GOP’s right-wing base... Read more »
The USS John McCain reportedly received at least 10 warnings from a Chinese frigate, saying: "Please turn around, you are in our waters." [ more › ]
Sen. Ron Johnson (Genius-WI) isn't just the dimmest bulb in the Senate firmament, he's up there with the most deplorable. By now you've probably heard how he explained Sen. John McCain's decision to cast the deciding vote that defeated Trumpcare in the Senate. Show More Summary
By RICHARD LARDNER WASHINGTON — In a rebuke of President Donald Trump, Arizona Sen. John McCain declared Thursday that “America is adrift in Afghanistan” as he unveiled a war strategy of his own that includes more U.S. combat forces and greater counterterrorism efforts. McCain, the Republican chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said the […]
“Even those that want me to die don’t want me to die right away, so that’s good.” — Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), on Facebook Live.
After all, laughter is the best medicine. The post John McCain Jokes As He Counts His Blessings Following Cancer Diagnosis appeared first on RedState.
Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin on Thursday attempted to clarify recent comments on Sen. John McCain's diagnosis of brain cancer, which Johnson suggested Wednesday may have influenced McCain's vote on the GOP healthcare bill. Johnson appeared...Show More Summary
"Even those that want me to die don't want me to die right away, so that's good"
The escalating nuclear standoff between North Korea and Donald Trump is “very, very, very serious”, John McCain has said, as he cautioned the US President against making empty threats that would be difficult to follow through with. "You got to be sure you can do what you say you're going to do," the senior Republican Senator said. Show More Summary
Why did John McCain refuse to suddenly eliminate healthcare for millions? Must have been funny in the head.
No, Really. Ron Johnson says it may be because his brain was addled by a tumor that John McCain voted against skinny repeal. CNN: "Again, I'm not gonna speak for John McCain -- he has a brain tumor right now -- that vote occurred atShow More Summary
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) said that he thinks that Sen. John McCain’s (R-AZ) brain tumor and the early morning hours may have affected the Arizona Republican’s no vote on the Senate bill to repeal Obamacare, CNN reports. Said Johnson: “I’m [...]
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) blamed Sen. John McCain’s (R-AZ) vote against Trumpcare on McCain’s brain tumor, but he didn’t mean it like a broader understanding of healthcare. “We did get a call from Paul (Ryan) and he assured us that skinny repeal was not going to pass the House...