Former Vice President Dick Cheney was on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos Sunday to discuss the recent violence in Iraq, as well as his infamous op-ed in the Wall Street Journal where he claimed that President Obama is directly responsible for the chaos in Iraq and the Middle East.
During a panel discussion on Tuesday's Morning Joe, neocon torchbearer and Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol attempted to make the case that the United States needs to send thousands of troops into Iraq for an indefinite period of time without any clear mission.
America becomes less America and more Afghanistan with each passing day Republicans remain in control at any level of government.
During an interview on Morning Joe Friday morning, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) predictably placed the recent flare-up of ethnic violence in Iraq at the President's feet.
The giveaway that all the animus toward Sergeant Bergdahl is based in conservative racism usually reserved for people of color, particular the person of color in the Oval Office, is the Republican hypocrisy they have demonstrated over the past five years holding President Obama to a different set of standards than his white Republican predecessors.
During yet another appearance on a Sunday show, Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) appeared on ABC's This Week to discuss the prisoner exchange that allowed the United States to retrieve Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the last American prisoner of war, from the Taliban.
Graham is doing his best to take up the slack and perpetuate racial animus toward people of color; particularly the person of color occupying the Oval Office.
Five years into the drone campaign, there have been 2,400. killed, yet in Iraq, the ICCC offers a figure of 43,099 civilian casualties alone from from April 28, 2005 to August 22, 2008
On Monday, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) sent a strongly worded letter to Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI), the Chairman of the Armed Services Committee.
Diplomacy may not be as profitable as war (Cheney's Haliburton made $39.5 billion off the Iraq war alone), but our lives should not be seen as playthings of the 1 percent
On Sunday afternoon, Democratic Congressional candidate James Kimber, who is running against Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) in California's 50th District, contacted me to express his disgust with the tactics that Republicans are using to undermine the President.
A Texas city is being sued in federal court for violating the heavily-armed men's 1st Amendment rights to exercise their 2nd Amendment rights to terrify motorists stuck in traffic.
The reaction from three Republicans on the Senate Armed Services Committee to the President's announcement that America's longest war was coming to an end was despicable and revealed that, in their minds, there is never a time to end war.
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham thinks President Obama is emboldening the enemy by announcing a drawdown in Afghanistan. He accused Obama of "losing" wars.
If Republicans supported the troops and appreciated the sacrifice of those who made it home alive then they would not propose privatizing the Veterans Administration.
Acting as though he would know right from wrong, Christie said America is "the strongest moral power for what is good and what is right in the world."
Douthat also carefully avoids mention of Egypt, another Obama foreign policy success story, where the Obama administration's moderating influence ensured that the Mubarak regime would be sent packing, and without the violence of a civil war.
I watched President Obama's State of the Union speech Tuesday night. I was one of the 15% who did in my area of South Carolina.
On Monday night's episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert brilliantly took down conservatives's positions on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
it was not Obama who invaded Iraq on a fabricated pretext and with an army designed to fight not an insurgency but World War III.