Clark outlines the challenges facing us, which together, he argues, "are exactly the grounds over which a national strategy must be unfurled."
David Rothkopf says, "Bush recognized the urgent need for change and instituted a sweeping reordering of his administration, its policies and priorities."
What's more contagious than Ebola with absolutely no cure? As we head into next week's election, Fox "News" has been stricken with a near-fatal form of Obama Derangement Syndrome. Worse: Quarantines won't work against it -- unless you switch off your tee vee.
Rick Santorum claims if he hadn't been persecuted into silence, he could have convinced millennials to be hateful bigots like he and his buddies
Scott Walker, Sam Brownback, Rick Perry, Rick Snyder, and others, are ideological and religious extremists, and their hate, win or lose, does matter.
If our elected government is replaced by a board of directors, is it far-fetched to think corporate nondisparagement clauses might trump our freedom of speech?
The one thing you will never hear mentioned by Fox News is SOFA. It gets in the way of their Obama is to blame for ISIL narrative
The U.S. must tread carefully in Iraq. The GOP's reality bubble will not protect them - or the rest of us - from real world, as opposed to fantasy, consequences
Republican foreign policy is a tortured and terrifying admixture of religious dogmatism, political ideology, and corporate thirst for profit
All Megyn Kelly had to do is re-write history, ignoring the fact that Bush followed up his warning by signing SOFA, agreeing to withdraw US troops from Iraq
What is curious, is that Republicans are campaigning against President Obama who is not running for any political office, but since they cannot run on their records in Congress, they are using conditions in Iraq to frighten Americans into supporting the GOP.
During Sunday's broadcast of ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Bill Kristol was absolutely destroyed over his opinion that the United States needs to deploy thousands of troops to Iraq and re-engage in a combat mission.
Sanity has definitely left the building when the Party of Unitary Executive President George W. Bush tries to make the case that Barack Obama has abused his powers under the Constitution.
PolitiFact finds Fox News "false" for claiming that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi was "released by Obama in 2009." He was released under Bush, according to the DOD.
America's mainstream media is as apt to repeat failures as conservatives likely due to the symbiotic relationship between corporate media and the conservative movement.
What any of the Republicans blaming Obama for pulling American troops out of Iraq in 2011 should remember, is that in October 2008 George W. Bush was president when the Status of Forces Agreement was drafted and ratified by Iraqi lawmakers a month later in November 2008.
Ari Fleischer, the White House Press Secretary under President George W. Bush during the early years of the Iraq War. took to Twitter on Friday to help conservatives pin the blame on Obama for the recent surge of violence in Iraq.
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.