As you may have heard, Dem Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick is mounting a challenge to Senator John McCain of Arizona. The Hill reports this morning that Republican strategists expect to use Kirkpatrick’s vote for the Affordable Care Act in 2010 as a weapon against her, in what is emerging as an “early litmus test on Obamacare’s […]
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report) – Calling the Obama Administration’s actions against the soccer organization “weak and ineffective,” Senator John McCain on Thursday proposed military action to “dismantle and destroy FIFA once and for all.”
The US Department of Defense should implement standardized training for pilots of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), also known as drones, US Senators John McCain and Jack Reed said in a letter to Defense Secretary Ashton Carter on Wednesday.
“North Dakota’s congressional delegation isn’t happy about a new rule finalized by the Environmental Protection Agency today,” reports Mike Chaussee for KXNet. “Senator Heidi Heitkamp says she’s frustrated. Senator John Hoeven says he’s...Show More Summary
The International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) should prevent President Sepp Blatter from serving a fifth term because of his support for Russia hosting the World Cup in 2018, US Senators John McCain and Bob Menendez said in a press release, issued on Tuesday.
The rich paid a lot more money under the Republican president. This week, Vermont Senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders sat down with CNBC's John Harwood to discuss his plan for the United States. The interview has drawnShow More Summary
Representative Ann Kirkpatrick enters the race as a likely underdog to Senator John McCain, the five-term Republican who is running for re-election.
The crusty old crankypants senior senator from Arizona — who will never give up! never surrender! never stop being SO GODDAMNED BITTER about that time he didn’t get to be president, and then that other time he didn’t get to be president — has a problem, and that problem is that nobody likes him at all. Show More Summary
Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick on Tuesday announced she will challenge John McCain for his U.S. Senate seat in 2016, giving the incumbent Republican a battle-proven challenger who has won several elections in a competitive congressional district. “In Arizona we tell it straight, so let’s get right to it – I’m announcing my candidacy for the […]
Ann Kirkpatrick Tuesday morning brought some exciting news for Arizona Democrats, as Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick announced she'd run against veteran GOP Sen. John McCain, who is seeking a sixth term in the Senate. It's a welcome but unexpected...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic Arizona Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick says she will challenge veteran Republican John McCain for his Senate seat next year. A prisoner of war during the Vietnam War, he has long been one of his party's leaders on military and foreign policy issues and is chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-AZ) will challenge Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) for U.S. Senate, Roll Call reports, giving Democrats a top recruit in a potential pick-up opportunity in 2016.
Senator John McCain on Sunday attacked the president for citing climate change as a threat to national security, suggesting that the Obama administration’s focus on environmental issues was detracting from the fight against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria. The comments by the Senate armed...
President Obama’s plan to “degrade and ultimately defeat” ISIS is failing, according to Senator John McCain (R., Ariz.). “The president [must] recognize that he was incorrect when he said we`re not losing,” McCain said on Face the Nation on Sunday morning. Show More Summary
US Senator John McCain said that there is a larger number of Americans that believe that the US ought to have more American troops on the ground to counter ISIL.
Sens. John McCain (R., Ariz.) and Sen. Jack Reed (D., R.I.) want Beijing disinvited from a big naval exercise next year.
By John Kiriakou | (Foreign Policy in Focus) Jeffrey Sterling learned the hard way that the feds will throw the book at anyone who embarrasses them. Jeffrey Sterling recently stood before a…
The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee wrote Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday, asking him to respond to allegations of political interference in the agency’s compliance with the requests for documents under the Freedom of Information Act.
Senator John McCain (R-AZ) continued to excoriate the Obama administration on New Day Friday morning over what he characterized as its flippant attitude about Iraqi losses to ISIS.
[caption id="attachment_219371" align="alignleft" width="620"] Why Scott Walker FLip-Flopped. [/caption] One of the few intelligent and worthwhile things that John Maynard Keynes contributed to society is the following quote "When my information changes, I alter my conclusions. Show More Summary