Jeb Bush says “Islamic terrorism” isn’t really about religion but he sure doesn’t want any Muslims in this country – even refugees
Appearing on Luke Russert’s online MSNBC TV program, Shift, New York Congressman Peter King (R) slammed fellow House Republicans for not simply banding together to pass a clean funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security. King made it clear that he was fed up with Tea Party Republicans playing politics with Homeland Security funding….
Republicans are ardent defenders of right-wing extremists posing the greatest terrorism threat to the United States and since they are loyal supporters of their so-called champions of freedom; what better way to protect the real threat to America than shut down the Department of Homeland Security?
The FBI is monitoring the investigation of a fire that caused 100,000 dollars worth of damage at the Quba Islamic Institute on Friday.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani used the terrorist attack on a French newspaper to insist that the United States needs to have a police presence inside all Muslim places of worship.
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.
Though there are plenty of tests for bigotry, I’d like to add one more: being quick to demand that given members of group condemn wrong-doing by others in that group.
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
The Times has stated that al Qaeda was not behind the spontaneous” – not planned – Benghazi attack, setting right wing heads a-spinning
It is safe to say most Americans expect Islamic extremists to launch terror attacks against innocent American citizens, but it is likely few expect a devastating attack from members of Congress.
David Gregory twice asserted an inaccurate Obama quote while advancing a Republican argument against President Obama’s foreign policy today on Meet the Press.