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
Even while WND's Joseph Farah claims there is no difference between CAIR and ISIL, we see Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson embrace ISIL's own policy, that Muslims must "convert or die."
It is unlikely any American over the age of three or four will forget 911, but it is highly likely the majority of Americans will forget the long-lasting devastation an incompetent Republican administration's response wrought on the nation.
The GOP has been able to destroy this country while getting Americans to willingly participate in their own demise with flag-waving and cheers
House Republicans met with war criminal Dick Cheney for counsel on dealing with IS, and likely to promote a new Iraq war.
Where does a strong economy get you when you're a black president and outperform Reagan on job creation? It gets you to Benghazi.
Republican foreign policy is a tortured and terrifying admixture of religious dogmatism, political ideology, and corporate thirst for profit
Apparently, ISIS utilizing America's war tactics caught the attention of Robertson and his Christian theology informs him it is time for America to embrace the ISIS tactics and religious ideology, and as a Christian nation issue an ultimatum to the Islamic terrorists to "convert or be killed."
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
There is a well-known phrase in the Christian bible that "you reap what you sow." America is now reaping what it sowed by invading innocent Muslim nations and brutalizing innocent civilians for well over a decade.
On Tuesday night's episode of Hannity, host Sean Hannity welcomed Duck Dynasty star and renowned homophobe Phil Robertson on the set to discuss the recent developments in the Middle East surrounding the radical Islamist group ISIS.
The American people will have to decide if they are more tired of war or of the terrorists of ISIL
During Friday's broadcast of MSNBC's The Daily Rundown, Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK), the Deputy Majority Whip in the House, spoke with host Chuck Todd regarding President Obama's comments during a Thursday press conference where he said that there isn't a strategy yet when it comes to bombing ISIS in Syria.
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.
Andrea Tantaros at Fox News says Islam can only be "solved" with a bullet to the head. You know, like ISIL is "solving" other religions.
In a statement on Iraq, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said that the world needs to step up in dealing with ISIS, and in the process he sounded a lot like a 2016 presidential candidate.
During an update on the situation in Iraq, President Obama had a message for Republicans who are calling for a return to war. The president repeated that there is no U.S. military solution for Iraq's problems.
During Sunday's broadcast of CBS's Face the Nation, host Bob Schieffer had on Republican Senators Lindsey Graham and John McCain. Both men were ostensibly on to discuss the recent issues in Israel, as well as the ongoing situation in Iraq.
Sheriff Joe doesn't say how, precisely, U.S. troops would accomplish their mission once we've got boots on the ground but as we know from Iraq, Republicans don't actually worry about such things
Former President Bill Clinton delivered a charmingly devastating blow to former Vice President Dick Cheney today as he pushed back hard on Cheney's criticism of Obama's Iraq policy.