Fox's Lou Dobbs wasn't the only one who went "full North Korean News Lady" this week with praise of Dear Leader for the assassination of Iranian Quds Force Commander Qasem Soleimani.
Apparently, the more neocons in the Trump administration the better as far as Fox and Friends is concerned. Stop noticing, Rand Paul!
On "Fox and Friends," after Sen. Paul said he was unhappy with the neocons in Trump's administration, he was scolded by co-host Brian Kilmeade.
He's a never-Trumper, but that doesn't change the fact that that Bloody Bill Kristol still really loves the idea of dropping bombs on brown people's heads.
Bill Kristol was none too happy during a panel discussion on the protests in Iran on MSNBC when his fellow guest, Trita Parsi, reminded him of the fact that he's got no credibility when it come to the interests of the people of Iran.
AEI neocon Danielle Pletka argues that we're getting too tolerant of terrorist attacks and maybe need to have more wars or something.
When considering his options on the Iran nuclear deal, Donald Trump reportedly turned to his most adoring fans, warmongers Sean Hannity and John Bolton, for advice.
For reasons that exceed my pay-grade by several million quatloos, the lords and ladies of American teevee media have collectively decided to observe the 15th anniversary of the attacks of September 11, 2001 by assembling a Jury of the Damned straight out of Devil and Daniel Webster.
Every time the topic of waterboarding makes the news, you can count on the Bush torture apologists to come crawling out of the woodwork.
Of all people who should have no credibility on the subject of the Iraq war, it’s “We know where the WMDs in Iraq are” and “I doubt the war will last as long as six months” Donald Rumsfeld.
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