During an interview with Arizona radio station KFYI on Thursday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) called President Obama 'the most naive president in history'
The White House's decision to let the athletes do their thing while avoiding overt support of a regime that has been a veritable thorn in America's side on so many fronts? Perfectly advisable.
Our problem is less with Putin's fashion-sense or homoerotic subtext, than with the nonsensical nature of Republican arguments in favor of what the Russian strong-man is doing in the name of that cross dangling on his pasty, sagging, and no doubt once-manly hetero-chest.
The kid gloves have come off and these Republicans who cheer for Putin while condemning Obama have shown themselves not only to be hypocrites but to be champions of totalitarian ideology
In the British version of "Big Brother", former heavyweight boxer Evander Holyfield uses the bible to rip on homosexuals.
Now that the charade of Phil Robertson's pretend suspension is over, homophobes nationwide can rest assured that their "right" to spread hate is preserved and the corporate sponsors of Duck Dynasty will profit handsomely.
It is difficult not to think back to Jesse Owens at the 1936 Berlin Olympics and what his triumph said about Adolf Hitler's racial conceits. Perhaps, in 2014, we can send the same message to Vladimir Putin about his gender identity conceits
"I'd put them all alive in the oven," Okhlobystin told his fans. "It's a living danger to my children."
John Boehner is doing his best to help the anti-gay movement increase their power in America and learn how to emulate Russian President Vladimir Putin's assault on homosexuals.
A lot has been written and broadcast about the National Security Agencies' surveillance of allies. In fact, the "allies" knew all about it.
The U.S.-Russian pact on Syria is, to former UN Ambassador John Bolton on Saturday, is "death by a thousand cuts."
The Communist Party responded by calling McCain a russophobe and a rapacious hawk and Pravda said "OK" as long as he follows the Party line
As the nation remembers the American lives lost at the hands of a terrorist gang, they should take stock of the damage that an incompetent Bush administration caused this country.
The hearings on Syria did not answer every reasonable question about a possible U.S. punitive strike, but they exposed some questions as unreasonable.
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
Remember when Mitt Romney said that Russia is "without question our number one geopolitical foe"? Thanks in part to Edward Snowden, Republicans love to think now that Romney might have been right.
Reporting on the recent Assad defiant speech and a recent story on Russia's role in the Syrian civil war. Syria may explode
One of the hallmarks of so-called hard-right 'patriots' is their immutable adherence to the Constitution and all of its tenets, and yet they reserve the most important right, that of free speech, for themselves.
The Syrian civil war drags on. Russia is sending ships and marines to Syria and both the U.S. and Russia are pressuring Assad to negotiate.