In a perfect storm of Other People's Money and stupidity, an anti-Trump super PAC has decided to use on of the most despised figures in the GOP establishment to damage Donald Trump. The post WE ARE SO SCREWED. Anti-Trump Super PAC Features John McCain appeared first on RedState.
WHY DO DEMOCRATS HATE THE POOR AND MIDDLE CLASS SO? Obama to propose $10-a-barrel oil tax. Should be fun hearing what Hillary has to say about this, since in the spring of 2008, she “lined up with Senator John McCain, the presumptive Republican nominee for president, in endorsing a plan to suspend the federal excise […]
When Donald Trump mocked John McCain for being captured in Vietnam, John Di Domenico feared his glory days were over. Who would want to hang out with a blustery, insult-happy mogul now? “I thought, oh well, less than a month, that was a good run,” said Di Domenico, the highest-paid Donald Trump impersonator in the country. “But […]
As the United States imposes additional sanctions on Russian individuals under the Magnitsky Act, US Senator John McCain claims that he considers sanctions placed against him by Russia to be a "badge of honor."
Back in 2008, you couldn't turn on the TV without hearing the word "maverick." Presidential hopeful John McCain was a "maverick" who was always willing to challenge party fundamentals. His running mate, Sarah Palin, was a "maverick" because she ate elk for dinner. The Dallas Mavericks just are mavericks. Read more...
Once again U.S. Senator John McCain [R-AZ] has his crosshairs set on the Jones Act with an amendment he intends to attach to a proposed energy bill that would eliminate the U.S. build requirement for tankers involved in U.S. coastwise trade. Show More Summary
Despite John McCain's profound displeasure, US defense officials are not inclined to abandon the RD-180 Russian rocket engines until 2021 or 2022 earliest.
That’s interesting, to say the least. Photo by Gage Skidmore
The 2008 presidential election was fairly unique, but the one of the candidates that year — John McCain — says it was nothing like 2016.
On Wednesday afternoon, U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), a two-time presidential candidate, was asked on CNN what he thought of Donald Trump refusing to participate in Thursday night's presidential debate. His first answer went as follows: "Anyone...Show More Summary
John McCain appeared on CNN tonight to trash Donald Trump for his war with Fox News, saying what he wants amounts to "the destruction of free press."
For Arizona Sen. John McCain, January conjures memories of mixing it up with voters at New Hampshire town halls and holding court with reporters on the “Straight Talk Express,” his 2008 campaign bus. He spoke to WSJ about nostalgia, the 2016 Republican race -- and Donald Trump.
John McCain announced that he will introduce a bill aimed at ending the use of Russian rocket RD-180 engines.
ELIANA JOHNSON: Why Ted Cruz Thinks He Can Win A General Election. Since his election to the Senate in 2012, Cruz has argued that center-right candidates such as John McCain in 2008 and Mitt Romney in 2012 demoralized conservatives and kept them away from the polls; run a right-winger who can energize them, he promises, […]
"John McCain and I had real differences...but he was well within the mainstream of the GOP and political dialogue"
Donald Trump might have the white nationalist vote sewed up, but Ted Cruz is nailing those whacko-bird New Apostolic Reformation preachers who have bizarre ideas. How far we've come from the days when John McCain was forced to denounce John Hagee for his hatred of Jews, haven't we? Look who just endorsed Ted Cruz, to his delight. read more
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The US Army has fallen significantly behind in modernizing its military equipment, yet it very much needs newer capabilities to respond to growing threats, US Senator John McCain stated on Thursday.
When exactly did the last of John McCain’s self-respect leave him behind? Hugging George W. Bush was an early moment we started watching it seep away. Choosing Sarah Palin to be one heartbeat from the presidency was another acceleration point … and virtually every dealing he’s had with her since has made it worse. Show More Summary
It's Throwback Thursday, and looking back to August of 2008, when Republican Nominee John McCain forgot how many houses he owns while on the campaign trail. Let me repeat that: The nominee forgot how many houses he owns. This wasn't some liberal blogger gotcha question either. Show More Summary