Friday on Euronews' "The Global Conversation," Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) asked host Isabelle Kumar if she was "crazy," when she asked if the Arizona Senator feared angering Russian President Vladimir Putin by calling for arming Ukraine in their struggle to remove Russia from the the Crimean Peninsula. Show More Summary
Deputy Chief Minister Andrew Barr, Senator Kate Lundy, former Socceroo and esteemed coach John Kosmina, Nutmeg the wombat mascot and Canberra United players are among the special guests who will appear over the next week at the travelling Asian Cup Fan Park opening its Australian tour in Canberra today. Minister Barr will kick-off celebrations at the [...]
Tea Partiers — by which I mean the Most Patriotic American People Whoever Lived And That Includes the Founding Fathers Who Didn’t Make Guns The First Amendment Because They Were RINO’s — are not happy with Arizona Senator and President in Exile John McCain at all. They...
John Watkins Leading Off: • VA State Senate: Though Republicans only have a 21-to-19 margin in Virginia's state Senate, their grip on the chamber is far stronger than it might appear. As Johnny Longtorso recently explained, even though Democrats only need to pick up one seat in next year's elections to allow Lt. Show More Summary
Ever since beating former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle in 2004, South Dakota's John Thune has become one of the Senate's more powerful Republicans. He's on VP shortlists. He's so popular in-state, no one challenged him for reelection in 2010. Show More Summary
It's no secret that Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham are close compadres, so it comes as no surprise that McCain is "strongly encouraging" Graham to run for president in 2016.
According to Senator John McCain, Chuck Hagel's departure from the Pentagon was not as rosy as President Obama led on to believe. White House Spox Josh Earnest said that Hagel resignation was being discussed over the past several weeks,...Show More Summary
"I think he is looking at it, and I am strongly encouraging him to take a look at it," said Arizona Senator and former GOP presidential nominee John McCain, of a possible presidential bid by his colleague and friend Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, (R). Show More Summary
Sen. John McCain says: “I thank Chuck Hagel for his service, and I know that he was very, very frustrated.” McCain, expected to become chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee in January, was reacting to news that President Obama is forcing Secretary of Defense Hagel to resign. Show More Summary
Senator John McCain (R-AZ) disputed to NewsTalk 550 Monday morning the anonymous White House official who said that outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel was "not up to the job."
The liberal media watchdog group Media Matters for America has resurrected an old charge: that former Republican senator John Sununu Jr. is using his Boston Globe column to advance the interests of a lobbying firm he advises. In this case, writes Eric Hananoki, the Washington firm of Akin Gump, with which Sununu has a relationship, has received […]
``"This is reminiscent of the days of the robber barons," Senator John McCain, the top Republican on the subcommittee, said Friday morning... the Fed was likely to reconsider the so-called merchant banking laws that have allowed banks to own nonbank businesses. Show More Summary
As “Emperor Obama”—to cite a title applied to Barack Obama by House Speaker John Boehner, Senator Jeff Sessions, and others—proceeds with his plan to trample the Constitution by issuing an Executive Order on amnesty for illegals, perhaps it’s worth looking back to see how the authors of the Constitution might have reacted to such a crisis. Show More Summary
Case in point is Colorado Senator Mark Udall who declined to attend a fundraiser President Obama asked him to attend. Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper (pictured) who was reelected weighed in. Now read this:Dukakis Weighs In On Midterms (Nov 18, 2014) Republicans Used Twitter To Stretch Election Laws (Nov 17, 2014) Romney: Obama Needs To Learn [...]
(John Hinderaker) We will have more to say about President Obama’s unconstitutional nullification of the nation’s immigration laws in the days to come; likely, before the night is over. But for now, let’s quote Senator Jeff Sessions, who has been the hero on this issue for a long time. Show More Summary
Why did Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper win re-election when fellow Democrat Mark Udall got trounced in his bid for a second Senate term? Mr. Hickenlooper says it’s because while Mr. Udall campaigned on social issues, he stuck to the economy.
A Senator says “no way” to a bill that won’t see December’s light of day. As far as the lame-duck Congress is concerned, the Marketplace Fairness Act is dead: House Speaker John Boehner assured as much last week. Senator Ted Cruz has...Show More Summary
Fun times ahead. Welcome to House Speaker John Boehner's hell, Mitch McConnell. Now that you have to actually lead the Senate, with a Republican conference chock-full of extremists with presidential ambitions, you get to figure out how...Show More Summary
A big GOP frontman seems to have changed his tune on climate change. Sen. John Thune (R-SD), chair of the Senate Republican Conference, admitted in an Fox News interview on Sunday that human activity has likely caused some climate changes. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, D.C.—If President Obama moves forward with his executive actions on immigration he would be “squandering” one of the best prospects for bipartisan immigration reform, according to Senate Minority Whip John Cornyn (R-TX).Show More Summary