‘It was my duty to shoot the enemy, and I don’t regret it. My regrets are for the people I couldn’t save: Marines, soldiers, buddies. I’m not naive, and I don’t romanticize war. The worst moments of my life have come as a SEAL. But I can stand before God with a clear conscience about doing my job’ – Chris Kyle
The hypocrisy of this nation co-sponsoring a resolution condemning anyone country for human rights abuses (torture) is beyond the pale. Particularly in light of the recent Senate Intelligence Report verifying what the world has known for several years; America is guilty of committing gross human rights abuses on its own citizens and "suspected terrorists" held in captivity.
Former Republican Congressman and current conservative radio host Joe Walsh appeared on CNN Wednesday morning to discuss his tweets and comments in the aftermath of the release of the Senate's report on the CIA's use of torture.
The Senate Intelligence Committee's executive summary reveals that the CIA torture program was both brutal and ineffective.
Love of country should never be fueled hate. It should be sufficient unto itself, desirable for its own sake. It should be its own end, not an excuse
If the Republicans win the White House in 2016, any new troop commitment to Iraq would be celebrated by Fox News rather than condemned.
As President Obama sends 1500 troops to Iraq to advise, train, and assist, Fox News sees only a broken promise and troops on the ground
David Rothkopf says, "Bush recognized the urgent need for change and instituted a sweeping reordering of his administration, its policies and priorities."
The American people are truly exceptional and it is heartening to know they will continue to fight against Republican tyranny to win elections and brutalize the people.
President Obama pointed to the ideological component and to the economic conditions which contribute to ISIL's recruitment of young men from across the region
No American should delude themselves that the current violence raging in Iraq and Syria is anything other than an extreme sectarian war between the two major Islamic sects, or that American military intervention is ever going to bring a cessation to the violence.
Of course the Americans putting Goebbels's propaganda tactics into practice are Fox News, neo-conservatives, Republicans, and their religious right sycophants, and their big lie is that the greatest threat to this nation is every person who adheres to the Muslim faith.
Republicans are itching to bring in ground troops against ISIS. The reason stems from an incessant desire to prove American superiority through military means.
Led by Fox News (again), the mainstream media's reaction to Obama's admission of American intel failures has become the latest Benghazi hoax
The suspicion that Republicans are far more horrified by a black president than Islamic terrorists is borne out by the rhetoric
During an appearance on Fox News Sunday, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) criticized Congress for leaving Washington on a lengthy recess without having a debate or vote on a new authorization for use of military force (AUMF) to be used in regards to the conflict with ISIS in Syria and Iraq.
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
President Obama is right; Iraq can secure their own country's future" and "fight for their own country" against ISIS.
On Wednesday afternoon, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) was his normal warmongering self as he grilled Secretary of State John Kerry over the Obama Administration's strategy to deal with ISIS.
Marsha Blackburn says, "Words matter, actions matter . . . You can't just go say [we've] changed all the rules," even as she invents facts