We never did find out what happened to the $60 billion given to the avowed communist and “rowdy black nationalist” Van Jones by the Obama Regime to create mythical green jobs. But here’s a clue. It may have disappeared into the sameShow More Summary
Asked by Crossfire's Van Jones if he would be supporting Lindsey Graham in the upcoming midterm election, Sen. Tim Scott would only say that he will be "working really hard" for Tim Scott.
Cutter with co-host Van Jones. Crossfire‘s Stephanie Cutter has a side gig. President Obama appointed her yesterday to serve on the Committee on the Arts and the Humanities. The fluffy position probably won’t distract Stephanie tooShow More Summary
Is the Cheney gay family feud a mirror of the conflict within the larger Republican party? NYT reporter Ashley Parker,Crossfire host Van Jones, and CNN commentator Kevin Madden discuss. Said Jones: "It's really painful to watch. You can imagine being...
So, this must be their latest excuse. Commie Van Jones blamed the Obamacare disaster on the media, Richard Nixon(?) and the Heritage Foundation. Via CNN’s “State of the Union” this morning:
“Crossfire” host Van Jones talks to our sister site FishbowlDC about co-host Newt Gingrich: “Oh Newt is great! You know I think I’m the only other person in the country besides his wife, Callista, who has read every single one of his...Show More Summary
So who sports the super-patriotic cuff links? If you guessed Van Jones from CNN’s Crossfire, you win! Actually none of you guessed Van Jones, so none of you win. But that’s okay, even the man himself admits they’re uncharacteristic. “My...Show More Summary
Van Jones feels the president was trying to "do too much" with that Obamacare website and will pay for reneging on promises.
I'll be on CNN's Crossfire onight, talking about Obamacare, healthcare.gov, and more with hosts S.E. Cupp and Van Jones. The fun begins at 6.30pm ET on CNN. Please check it out. Here's a Daily Beast column I wrote last week about "The Abysmal, Pathetic Obamacare Rollout."
One day after the House of Representatives approved the bill that reopened the government and avoided a default on the nation's debt, Crossfire's Van Jones got the chance to take on one of the Republican congressmen who voted against it. Jones asked Rep. Luke Messer (R-IN) how he could "justify" voting "no" on a bill that prevented "economic catastrophe."
On CNN Thursday afternoon, Crossfire hosts S.E. Cupp and Van Jones reacted to Obama's big post-shutdown speech, and Cupp noted how despite being the President of the United States, Obama still talks as if he's a Washington outsider who's been above it all this entire time.
Quick, name all the heroes of the climate change movement. If you pay even just a little bit of attention to the topic, you're probably thinking about Al Gore, 350.org founder Bill McKibben and Green for All founder Van Jones. Those are the big ones––the names that certain Americans outside the climate movement can recite. Show More Summary
In light of a deal struck by Senate leaders to reopen the government and avoid default on the country's debt, CNN's Van Jones cheered what he viewed as a "humiliating defeat" for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) who expressed his dissatisfaction with the compromise, while saying he would not take steps to block it.
Apparently Glenn Beck enjoyed Thursday's Van Jones vs. Ted Cruz Crossfire showdown as much as the rest of the cable news-watching universe.
Just as Republican leaders were exiting their meeting with President Obama at the White House Thursday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) was entering CNN's Crossfire, where he had to contend with Van Jones and Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), without too much help from Newt Gingrich.
CNN recently re-launched their classic debate series “Crossfire” with a new lineup. Each week, Yale-educated attorney and two time New York Times best-selling author Van Jones faces off with Newt Gingrich, S.E. Cupp, Stephanie Cutter on the hottest political issues