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.
Although fundamentalist Christians have no dearth of so-called tormentors, for the past eleven weeks their greatest enemy has been science in the person of Neil deGrasse Tyson and the Fox science documentary series Cosmos.
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.
On Tuesday night's episode of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart compared the recent insane statements by two men who have completely worn out their welcome -- Donald Sterling and Karl Rove.
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.
What the American people are reminded of with the warmonger's criticism of diplomatic efforts is that Republicans abhor peace nearly as much as they love killing jobs.
George W. Bush, has made his presence known with two appearances over the past week, and it is likely because the statute of limitations to convict the war criminal are set to expire in two months.
Republicans have gone out of their way to keep America's Veterans in a struggle to find work after returning from war.
President Obama's critics routinely dismiss him as "feckless," but most have long records as feck-ups. And what's wrong with pivoting?
War should be a matter for sober reflection, not knee-jerk reactions, and the president should be praised for opening the matter up to debate
It is not hard to know what to think about the U.S. attacking Syria. That's wrong. And it's wrong for a number of reasons
We would all be better off if Republicans kept some of their fantasies in public restrooms where they belong
On Monday, Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.), forgot not only President Bush but his fellow ethically-challenged House Republicans, and excoriated President Barack Obama from the House floor.
Benghazi was bigger than Watergate (and apparently, 9/11 as well) but "Seal Team 6-Gate" is bigger even than Benghazi! (and Benghazi was totally the worst scandal ever, right? Well, not so much...).
Paul hopes to bolster his own chances in 2016 while using his political office to pre-emptively destroy his opponent
The concept of giving kind regards to a convicted war criminal whose only relationship to a library should be a weekly visit to a federal prison library reveals that many Americans have short memories
Jonas Goldberg claimed ObamaCare is the policy equivalent of the Iraq war, but worse because the Iraq war didn't affect our lives directly.