The military’s problems with white supremacy and right wing violence run deep, and it shows. Facebook groups for these groups shine the light on it.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordered a 60-day stand-down in all branches of the military to begin the work of rooting out right-wing extremists—and right-wing pundits are predictably unhappy.
Sen. Dick Durbin: I Was One Of Many Senators Who Privately Sat Down With Gen. Mattis And Said ‘Please Stay'
Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin tells Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that many Democrats "counted on" Defense Sec. Gen. Mattis to be a check on Trump, and that he was one of many who tried to get him to stay.
Mattis may be out of the Trump's administration, but we're just learning of his help with discriminatory policies now.
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Ted's reverence for the Constitution doesn't extend to the parts he doesn't like.
Bill-O and friends refuse to hold Republicans accountable for military families receiving their death benefits.
Ed Schultz took a whack at chickenhawk Dick Cheney for having the nerve to be out there whining about President Obama's national security cabinet nominations over the weekend: Dick Cheney Criticizes Obama National Security Appointees In Speech
As Dave already noted, Sen. Lindsey Graham was back on the air this Sunday, still flogging their latest Benghazi "scandal" that somehow President Obama was disengaged during the embassy attacks on the anniversary of 9/11. I'm not sure just how much
This weekend, Republicans led by Senator John McCain stepped up their withering criticism of President Obama's nominee for Defense Secretary, Chuck Hagel. In a new line of attack, Tennessee Senator Bob Corker questioned Hagel's "overall
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