Jeff Zucker is serious about cleaning up CNN. Jeff Zucker is serious about cleaning up CNN. NPR has a journalist willing to criticize the liberal media.
As President Obama makes his way across the Middle East, much of the region will likely be as perplexed as Israel to learn of his new policy of contradicting the very institutions and allies he claims to support.
I'm sure the media won't report on the conciliatory move by Senate Republicans to give President Obama an up or down vote on his Secretary of Defense nominee Chuck Hagel.
Peters, like Kane, couldn't grasp the real reason for the Hagel filibuster: the unanswered pleas from multiple GOP senators for factual information on what the White House's role was in the Benghazi, Libya attack.
Obama's visit to 'cut the ribbon' on a seemingly foreign policy success story is the culmination of years of risk-taking leadership from previous presidential administrations. Sadly, the Obama team hasn't even taken risks on the difficult issues of Cuba, Palestine, Sudan or Iran.
Former UN ambassador spokesperson Richard Grenell appeared on Fox News Watch Saturday, where he weighed in on media reaction to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's statement on her responsibility over the State Department and its thousands of employees. "I thought it was so overblown," said Grenell.
Here’s how to stand your ground. “Former Romney Adviser Richard Grenell Battles CNN Anchor Over Obama’s Iran Strategy.” Among the many silly things the administration has said on the Middle East in 3 1/2 years this stands out. “The official administration reaction (cf. Show More Summary
Former Romney spokesperson Richard Grenell called out the media on Monday for not focusing hard enough on President Obama's foreign policy record. "The media needs to start looking at policies, not just lip service from this President,"...Show More Summary
Richard Grenell, Former advisor to Mitt Romney, appeared on CNN with anchor Carol Costello where a debate about the Obama administration’s policy towards a rapidly nuclearizing Iran quickly became heated.
Michigan governor Rick Snyder is low-key in his style. He has largely avoided the harsh criticism that Scott Walker has endured. Nevertheless, he has been transforming his state's budget and fiscal situation too.
Richard Grenell, the short-lived foreign policy spokesperson for Mitt Romney‘s presidential campaign, has landed a new position. He’ll be writing for Esquire. More specifically, he’ll be contributing to the mag’s “Politics Blog” on Esquire.com...Show More Summary
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Been having this exchange with Richard Grenell on Twitter. Will update if more comes of it:
Earlier this year Bryan Fischer denounced Mitt Romney for hiring homocon Richard Grenell as his foreign policy spokesperson. Then after Grenell was fired (resigned, he claims), Fischer denounced Romney for "caving" to his demands. Today Grenell posted the below montage of his cable news appearances, presumably to rustle up a new gig.
If the U.S. wants to counter Chinese aggression in Asia, the Obama Administration needs to be more consistent in their approach against strategic adversaries and back-up its diplomatic rhetoric against China with hard power leverage...
Today's news headlines on the newly released economic data provide proof of just how bad the mainstream media is willing to spin the facts for their candidate.
(CNN) - Former Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark and Richard Grenell, a foreign policy spokesman for Mitt Romney's presidential campaign, sparred Tuesday on CNN's "Erin Burnett OutFront" over the role of politics in Romney's recent three-country tour. Show More Summary
By the time President Obama visited Poland in 2011, former Polish President Lech Walesa declined to meet with him. It was a shocking rebuke for an American president by one of the U.S.' most thankful and supportive allies.
The U.S.-Russian relationship has always been a complicated and multifaceted one. But, yesterday's U.N. vote, the third veto from the Russia Federation on the issue of Syria alone, is proof that the Obama strategy has failed.