Foreign policy analyst Rula Jebreal asserted on Sunday that Trump's travel ban targeting Muslims was more about white supremacy than protecting the national security of the United States.
Even though Megyn Kelly clearly disagreed with Donald Trump’s anti-American demand that flag burners should be prosecuted and/or stripped of citizenship, she nonetheless offered a friendly forum for a Trump supporter – and attorney, no less – to equate flag-burning protest with arson and to suggest that kind of dissent should be squelched.
Making a joke out of every legislative function seems to be a feature, not a bug.
Fox News, The Kelly File, July 22, 2014. Read more here... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/07/jonathan-turley-drops-megyn-kelly-defend
Constitutional law expert Jonathan Turley has made a hard turn right, selling his arguments to eager Fox News viewers.
Screw Obama and the constitutional law expertise he rode in on. Pete Sessions has a damn merit badge.
The NBC Sports network came under fire this week after it aired an NRA-sponsored program that included gun lobbyist Tony Makris shooting an elephant in the face and then drinking champagne.
Anthony Weiner has resigned, but thankfully we've still got someone out there pushing for something to be done about Clarence Thomas and his unethical behavior while serving on the Supreme Court, Rep. Chris Murphy (D-CT). Rep. Chris Murphy:
Turley: 'Torture Isn't A War Crime Because It's Never Beneficial. It's A War Crime Because It's Immoral'
While I commend Sen. John McCain for speaking out on the Senate floor this week condemning those who have come out since the death of Osama bin Laden defending the use of waterboarding, or as they want to call it, "enhanced interrogation" and claiming that the torture somehow worked to gain intelligence, McCain is still on the wrong side of the issue with saying he doesn't believe anyone should be prosecuted. Jonathan Turley rightfully pointed that out to Ed Schultz tonight.
I don't expect this to go anywhere, but a person can dream, can't they? I guess we'll see if the Obama administration steps in to interfere with this case as well. Headline here and more from Raw Story -- Nigeria to charge Dick Cheney in $180