MSNBC's Morning Joe made sure all the neocons who helped to bring us the invasion of Iraq had plenty of time this Monday to attack the ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran.
ABC Panel Laughs At Bill Kristol For Arguing JFK Would Be 'More Comfortable' In Today's Republican Party
Panelists on ABC's <Em>This Week</em> couldn't help but laugh on Sunday as conservative columnist Bill Kristol claimed that former President John F. Kennedy would be 'more comfortable perhaps in the Republican Party of today."
Prior to this Saturday's announcement that an agreement had been reached with Iran over their nuclear program, guess who CNN thought it was a good idea to bring on for a nice "fair and balanced" discussion on how the Obama administration should be handling these negotiations? None other than neocon, right-wing extremist, Islamophobe and birther-king, Frank Gaffney.
From this week's Fox News Sunday, Bloody Bill Kristol does his best to pretend that Republicans in our do-nothing, obstructionist Congress have a valid excuse for their knee-jerk opposition to everything President Obama does, even though it's obvious this is just another example of them "black-tracking."
Neoconservative Dan Senor, who worked to spin the Iraq war for the Bush administration, said on Sunday that he was worried that if Congress votes against military action in Syria then lawmakers may refuse to use military force against countries like Iran for the rest of President Barack Obama's term.
Rachel Maddow finished up her show this Wednesday by first taking her audience through the mountain of B.S. sold by the Bush administration that was used to lie us into invading Iraq, and then explained why none of them should be welcome in the debate on whether there should be military intervention in Syria.
After the outrage we saw from members on both sides of the aisle the evening House Speaker John Boehner cancelled the vote on hurricane Sandy relief and the subsequent displays by Gov. Chris Christie and Rep. Peter King, among others, leave it to
With the final presidential debate on foreign policy coming up this Monday, Rachel Maddow again reminded us of the fact that Mitt Romney, with no real experience of his own, is just reassembling George Bush's foreign policy team and hoped that this
Former President Havel addresses a European cultural congress on the economics of culture On a warm evening in 1991, a colleague and I found an out-of-the-way café in the old part of Prague. Two men with blank expressions stood outside. The