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.
At an event in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on Wednesday, Vice President Joe Biden delivered an emotionally charged message regarding the recent death of journalists Steven Sotloff and Jim Foley at the hands of ISIS.
On Friday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) appeared on five different cable news shows to discuss the recent flare up of sectarian violence in Iraq and directly blame it all on President Obama and his administration.
On Friday, National Security Adviser Susan Rice hit back at her Republican critics who have tried to make it appear that she said something misleading on Sunday.
During an interview with Megyn Kelly of The Kelly File Wednesday night, Rep. Duncan D. Hunter (R-CA) managed a nice little two-fer while discussing Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl -- he flip-flopped from his previous opinion of the soldier and he 'swift boated' him.
Rep. Darrell Issa put out a seething statement that reeked of a temper tantrum after Sec. of State John Kerry and the Obama administration outsmarted him, and forced the Republican to back off of having Kerry testify on Benghazi.
In Limbaugh's mind, the only reason Hillary Clinton didn't name them as a terrorist group was because they are all black. And also because she might have had the hots for one of the leaders.
During an interview with Arizona radio station KFYI on Thursday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) called President Obama 'the most naive president in history'
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.
It is a sad commentary indeed that a group of anti-government terrorists have, in two years brought shame on a global leader like America because they cannot accept the results of an election.
The hearings on Syria did not answer every reasonable question about a possible U.S. punitive strike, but they exposed some questions as unreasonable.
We're waiting for God to pull the trigger and bring all his wayward kidlettes home. Janet Mefferd promises he's close and a good thing too
Sec. of State John Kerry completely obliterated Rand Paul and showed the world that he is a foreign policy fraud during the Senate hearing on Syria.
In response to Chris Wallace claiming that the people should have no voice in the Syria decision, Sec. of State John Kerry ripped Fox News for arguing against democracy in America.
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
Sen. Ron Johnson was humiliated by Hillary Clinton yesterday, and made a complete idiot out of by John Kerry when he tried to bring up his Benghazi conspiracy today.
After noting that he intends to interrogate Kerry mercilessly, McCain went on to say. 'We will bring back for the only time waterboarding to get the truth out of him.'
If the Republicans fell all over themselves in 2012 to sound stupid, the Democrats were happy to help them along, as this list demonstrates
Kerry lists 6 questions Romney must answer tonight. He commented, 'Romney, who once even said 'a president is not a foreign policy expert,' appears unprepared to be either.'
In preparation for Monday night's debate centered on foreign policy, the Obama camp is hitting Romney hard on his foreign policy of 'blunder and bluster' and 'chest-beating'.