John Bolton's New York Times op-ed exposes not only Bolton's flawed thinking but the Times' tendency to ape Fox News
Dick Cheney, along with his daughter Liz, penned an unbelievable piece of retcon tripe for the Wall Street Journal where they claimed that Obama lost the war that was already won, while at the same time positioning Dick Cheney as a hero.
During a panel discussion on Tuesday's Morning Joe, neocon torchbearer and Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol attempted to make the case that the United States needs to send thousands of troops into Iraq for an indefinite period of time without any clear mission.
On Monday night's episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert brilliantly took down conservatives's positions on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The U.S.-Russian pact on Syria is, to former UN Ambassador John Bolton on Saturday, is "death by a thousand cuts."
Americans cannot take groups like Groundswell lightly because they are having some success in implementing their agenda in Congress and particularly states saturated with low information voters.
Even when compared to 2012's other conservative ranters and spewers, a sour-faced lot if there ever was one, Muslim-baiter Pamela Geller stands out.
Mitt Romney is campaigning as not-Obama and in this case at least, he is being entirely honest: he is not Obama
It's probably needed but Obama is not going to do it, and why are we even talking about something like blasphemy? It's so sixteenth century