Senator Claire McCaskill, a Hillary Clinton supporter, went on the attack against her colleague Bernie Sanders today for his "extreme" message and how the media is giving him a pass on his socialist views.
After five seasons of rape, torture, and sexposition, the conversation over misogyny in Game of Thrones reached its peak this past season, with fans like Senator Claire McCaskill threatening to quit watching the show after one particularly brutal scene of sexual assault. Now Amanda Peet, wife of GOT producer David... More »
Senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri this week raised concerns about dietary supplements that claim to protect against dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
Jon and Stannis Return For Tonight’s GAME OF THRONES 5.7!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Last week's episode caused Missouri senator Claire McCaskill to stop watching “Game of Thrones.” But I wonder why she didn’t stop watching when Drogo first penetrated his weepy young Khaleesi. Show More Summary
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill is saying goodbye to Westeros. The politician, known for using Twitter to sometimes touch on subjects outside of the Beltway, expressed extreme disdain this week for the event that closed out Game of...Show More Summary
Game of Thrones boycott called for angry fans and lambasted by Democratic Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill. The rape of character Sansa Stark, played by actress Sophie Turner, has so outraged Senator McCaskill and some viewers, that a boycott of the mega hit HBO series appears to be in the works. Show More Summary
Well, this is certainly a first. Per The Huffington Post, U.S. senator Claire McCaskill (D, Missouri) has officially denounced Game of Thrones for a controversial scene in this past Sunday’s episode. Spoilers follow below. RELATED: This...Show More Summary
Ok, I’m done Game of Thrones.Water Garden, stupid.Gratuitous rape scene disgusting and unacceptable.It was a rocky ride that just ended. — Claire McCaskill (@clairecmc) May 19, 2015 Read more...
Many Game of Thrones fans are up in arms over Sunday's episode, which featured Sansa (Sophie Turner) being raped by her new husband Ramsay (Iwan Rheon) on their wedding night. And some - including U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill - are saying they'll no longer watch the show. Show More Summary
"It was a rocky ride that just ended," she wrote
A US senator just declared that she's fed up with "Game Of Thrones." On Tuesday, Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri) tweeted that she is "done" with HBO's hit show after watching Sunday's episode, which included a controversial rape scene. Show More Summary
Claire McCaskill called a controversial scene involving Sansa "disgusting and unacceptable." read more
Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) tweeted Tuesday that she was done with the HBO show thanks the "disgusting" and "gratuitous" scene.
Senator Claire McCaskill, for one, is "done" with the show.
Roll Call, the newspaper that covers Capitol Hill, featured a video of Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill playing the race card on the Senate floor about the vote to confirm Loretta Lynch for Attorney General. And she wasn’t alone in getting this kind of attention - attention that was manifestly filled with flat-out untruth. Show More Summary
Democrats have a problem with their Senators wanting to run for Governor in 2016 ahead of what looks to be a very ugly cycle for them in 2018. Senators Joe Manchin (West Virginia), Claire McCaskill (Missouri), and Heidi Heitkamp (North Dakota) have all been rumored to be desirous of serving as the chief executive of...
Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill slammed presidential hopeful Marco Rubio on ABC’s “This Week,” saying the Florida senator “folded like a cheap shotgun” on immigration. Click to Continue »
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill said she was merely criticizing a system, not the Duke team or its players when she tweeted that she was (...)
For some reason, Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill felt the need to weigh in on Duke’s victory over Wisconsin in the NCAA title game: Read more...
After the NCAA men's basketball championship Claire McCaskill reminded the Internet that bad sports opinions can come from anywhere. Congrats to Duke,but I was rooting for team who had stars that are actually going to college & not just...Show More Summary