North Carolina's new Voter ID law came under assault last week from Van Jones, a Democrat and host of CNN's "Crossfire." During the broadcast, which featured North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory as a guest, Jones said the new law was a means...Show More Summary
Van Jones CNN host Van Jones on Sunday asserted to National Review Editor Rich Lowry that Christians "point to God" as an excuse to discriminate against LGBT people. During an ABC This Week panel discussion, Lowry argued that Arizona's...Show More Summary
Cokie Roberts, Van Jones, and the panel on ABC News' This Week took a look back at this week's controversy over Arizona's anti-gay bill, and Jan Brewer's veto, which Rich Lowry of the National Review thought was wrong. Said Lowry:.....
Mediaite recaps the mayhem: Crossfire got really heated up Tuesday over the Arizona bill that would allow businesses to refuse service to LGBT individuals. Van Jones posed a provocative question to former Virginia Attorney General Ken...Show More Summary
A discussion of Arizona's SB 1062, the bill that would allow businesses to discriminate against gays based on religious beliefs, quickly ignited on Crossfire after former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli accused Van Jones of being "utterly inaccurate" in describing...
This Ted Nugent character needs to STFU once and for all!!!
Left-wing activist turned CNN host Van Jones ran to John Kerry's defense on Wednesday's Crossfire, after co-host Newt Gingrich slammed Kerry as "delusional" for recently hyping climate change as "the world's most fearsome weapon of mass destruction." Jones retorted, "It's not delusional to focus on climate disruption. Show More Summary
When John Kerry compared the threat of climate change to that of weapons of mass destruction, CNN's Newt Gingrich called on the "delusional" secretary of state to resign. But, as his Crossfire co-host Van Jones demonstrated Wednesday, Gingrich was not always such a climate skeptic.
With President Obama's State of the Union Address coming up, Van Jones and Newt Gingrich want to hear your thoughts on what he should say. Please join them on the Crossfire Facebook page today, January 27 at 3 p.m. ET. You can live chat with Newt and Van about your expectations for the President's annual […]
On Monday's "Crossfire" on CNN, Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol, along with Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen and "Crossfire" hosts S.E. Cupp and Van Jones debated the political strength of embattled Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ). Partial transcript as follows: JONES: He's the Republican party's big superstar. Show More Summary
What did CNN's Crossfire host Van Jones think when he read President Barack Obama's latest quote about race in this week's New Yorker profile by David Remnick? "I thought that actually was a pretty honest and accurate assessment."
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: