John McCain and some of the louder pro-war voices in Congress have been criticizing the president for ruling out putting American boots on the ground in the battle against ISIS. These people want to see Iraq War 2 and feel that the Bush Doctrine that the only way to resolve issues in the Middle East is by putting our troops in harm's way. Show More Summary
Sen. John McCain slammed President Barack Obama on Monday over his comments that U.S. intelligence underestimated ISIS. McCain countered Obama's assertions made on CBS' "60 Minutes," saying that ISIS' expansion in Syria and Iraq was tied to the President's decision not to leave a residual U.S. military force in Iraq and his refusal to arm […]
Ryan Lizza’s lengthy profile of Rand Paul is making the rounds. McCain, of all people, had kind words for Paul: John McCain, one of Paul’s longtime critics, told me in August, “I see him evolving with experience, with travel, with hearings on the Foreign Relations Committee. I see him having a better grasp of many […]
LOS ANGELES -- Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) formally announced his endorsement of 33rd district congressional candidate Elan Carr on Monday. Carr is running against state Sen. Ted Lieu (D-Torrance) to replace the outgoing Rep. Henry Waxman. Show More Summary
On CNN's New Day Monday morning, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) rejected President Barack Obama's assessment that the U.S. intelligence community had underestimated ISIS, arguing that he and others had long warned a hard rain was gonna fall in Iraq and Syria.
In an appearance on CNN's "New Day" on Monday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) reacted to remarks from President Barack Obama that aired a day earlier on CBS in which the president blamed the intelligence community for missing the threat of ISIS. Show More Summary
Congrats to Senators Lindsey Graham, John McCain, and Dianne Feinstein, Representatives Mike Rogers and Peter King, and select members of the Beltway media: the fearmongering worked! Per a new NBC News poll, a plurality of the American public now supports ground troops against ISIS.
Ex-congressman Joe Walsh says the Arizona senator doesn't deserve another term -- and some other things
Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC), who've not let a microphone pass in the last eighteen months without calling for military operations in Syria (along with every other uncooperative regions), released a statement...Show More Summary
Jill Hazelbaker, the former comms director of Sen. John McCain’s (R-AZ) 2008 run for president, will now lead the communications and policy efforts of Snapchat, Re/code’s Kara Swisher and Kurt Wagner report. Hazelbaker has most recently...Show More Summary
to truly appreciate Goldfarb as a smear-monger, watch this video, from when Goldfarb was John McCain's internet media manager, and a "national campaign spokesman" Continue reading ?
America's most unpopular senator says he's "feeling inclined" to seek another term
On September 20 The Arizona Republic reported the Senator John McCain (R-AZ) refuses to campaign on behalf of Republican Senate candidate Cory Gardner (R-CO-4th Dist.) because incumbent Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) is a family friend. According...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart wasn't the only one to take fearmongering Lindsey Graham to task for his bedwetting, unhinged rant that ISIS was coming to kill us all. Bill Maher went after Graham and his BFF John McCain, otherwise known as "The Ghost and Mr. Show More Summary
United States Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has long been adamantly in favor of arming the so-called “moderate” rebels in Syria, going as far as equating “Allahu Akbar,” which is an Islamic war cry, with “Thank God” and relying upon discredited analysis to support his foreign policy assessments. Show More Summary
Real Time host Bill Maher ripped GOP Senators Lindsey Graham and John McCain on Friday for contributing to the U.S. being “so fcking easy” to bait into another armed conflict in the Middle East, this time against the Islamic State (ISIS) extremist group. “Get a grip,” he...
Right Turn has received a copy of a extraordinary open letter to Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) It speaks for itself: To Whom It May Concern: We take strong exception to Sen. Rand Paul’s absurd accusation that Sen. John McCain unknowingly met with members of the Islamic State while in Syria to meet with the moderate […]
Yes, conservative lawmakers appear more often on your teevee than liberal ones do. And yes, this is good news for John McCain! Senators and representatives from the conservative end of the ideological spectrum have made 57 percent of...Show More Summary
The joker Georgian President who inspired John McCain to tell us "We're All Georgians Now" is now living as a hipster in Brooklyn.