John Brennan struggles to maintain composure after being asked to apologize for CIA spying. The Director of the CIA reacted furiously on Tuesday to a call by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) to apologize for agents’ spying on Senate Intelligence...Show More Summary
If you're a CIA Director, one would assume that you know how to be cool under fire, right? Apparently that's not the case for current CIA Director John Brennan who seemed to completely freak out when Senator Ron Wyden started askingShow More Summary
CIA Director John Brennan told a Senate committee Tuesday that the violence and instability in the Middle East is the worst it's been in 50 years, painting a dire picture of a region he said was facing "unprecedented" bloodshed. Brennan...Show More Summary
A comment made here recently brought this little bit of history to mind. After retiring from the USMC, John Glenn entered politics. He ran as a candidate for the US Senate in 1974 from his native Ohio as a Democrat. His opponent in the Democratic primary was Howard Metzenbaum – a successful businessman and the […]
"Tonight, John Kasich is the story coming out of New Hampshire," John Sununu, a former US senator from the state, declared as he introduced the Ohio governor to a packed ballroom of supporters here in Concord. The crowded risers at the...Show More Summary
CIA Director John Brennan claims that the 2014 search of the US Senate files by the Central Intelligence Agency was an acceptable action.
John Wagner of the Washington Post reports that Bernie Sanders rallies feature a playlist to back up that “political revolution” he keeps talking about: Supporters of the senator from Vermont who arrive at events early are likely to hear “Talkin’ Bout a Revolution” by folkster Tracy Chapman. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- After several Republicans running for the White House embraced the use of torture, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) took to the Senate floor Tuesday to harshly criticize his fellow party members. The issue surfaced in the Republican...Show More Summary
Who knew that Senator John McCain understood encryption better than actual cryptographers? Late last week, he wrote an op-ed for Bloomberg View, in which he trots out all the usual talking points on how Silicon Valley just needs to nerd harder to solve the "Going Dark" problem. Show More Summary
When asked what’s surprised him about the current election season in a recent interview, the Arizona senator replies with wide eyes, “Everything.”
Texas senator John McCain is again calling for the US to legislate against encryption technology, calling its use by terrorists "unacceptable." Writing in Bloomberg View, the former Republican Presidential Candidate says that "the threat posed by the status quo is unacceptable... Show More Summary
Donald J. Trump denied calling Senator John McCain a loser. But he did say it, in reference to Mr. McCain's loss to Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential race.
Today, for the first time ever, Senator John McCain appeared on Fox's Outnumbered as the show's #OneLuckyGuy. In honor of the occasion, he sat right next to his daughter, Meghan McCain, who is an occasional guest on the show, too.
Feb. 05--Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., called President Barack Obama's upcoming budget proposal to impose a $10 per barrel tax on crude oil "dead on arrival" in Congress. "It makes no sense to put a $10 per barrel tax on oil at a time when Ame
TOP STORIES MARCO'S REBOOT How the senator's debate disaster could alter not just the primary race in New Hampshire, but also the race as a whole. Here's what to look for in tomorrow's primary. And could this be John Kasich's moment?...Show More Summary
This article first appeared in The Hoover Digest. The presidential campaign started with a bang. Donald Trump accused Mexico of sending “rapists” and other criminals to the United States and denied that Senator John McCain is a war hero. Senator...Show More Summary
U.S. Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, former Governor Jeb Bush and Governor John Kasich speaking at the final Republican Party debate, hosted by Fox News, before the 2016 Iowa caucuses at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, Iowa. Show More Summary
This Roll Call piece from yesterday about South Dakota Republican Senator John Thune’s re-election bid will sound awfully familiar to Republicans in North Dakota. Thune, you might remember, made national headlines when he unseated Democrat Tom Daschle, then the Senate Minority Leader, in 2004. In 2010 he went on to re-election without facing an opponent. And,...
WHY DO DEMOCRATS HATE THE POOR AND MIDDLE CLASS SO? Obama to propose $10-a-barrel oil tax. Should be fun hearing what Hillary has to say about this, since in the spring of 2008, she “lined up with Senator John McCain, the presumptive Republican nominee for president, in endorsing a plan to suspend the federal excise […]
(John Hinderaker) Nowadays, every House and Senate contest is a national race. No matter where you live, the election of conservative candidates nationwide is important to you. Which is why you should care about this year’s race in Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District. Show More Summary