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.
Kim Kardashian is heading for the mid-east to open 2 new Milk Bars. She'll also learn move about the region after a twitter controversy.
An obviously embarassed Mitt Romney and a drunk Meatloaf treanded on Twitter last night #MITTLOAF
Mitt Romney is campaigning as not-Obama and in this case at least, he is being entirely honest: he is not Obama
In a breathtaking revision of history, we are being told that President Bush gave the Middle East ten years of peace
Ryan poured gasoline on the fire today and then, like a little boy dropping the pyro's match and running, disingenuously renamed the goal of a Romney Ryan administration as 'peace'.
Putin claims that Romney's comments about Russia being our 'number one geopolitical foe' justify Russia's opposition to the US's European missile defense plans.
Legal and illegal residents of the U.S. send billions of dollars to their home countries every year. Dollars that benefit foreign economies
In what is being dubbed, hundreds of thousands of anti-austerity protesters in more than 30 countries have retaken public space to demand a sustainable economy that serves people over profit.
Romney may fool Americans with his alleged foreign policy acumen and fantasies of cowboy diplomacy, but Russian President Dmitry Medvedev clearly understands Romney is out-of-touch with reality.
The imminent threat from Iran that Republicans like to fear monger about has existed since Ronald Reagan, and the surest way to blow up the world is to allow the GOP to bomb Iran.
Republicans go through life trying to find excuses to avoid the responsibility of shared humanity and citizenship. Ms. Sobchak, like many other women both here and in Russia, demonstrates the ability to not only embrace that shared humanity, but by doing so to become a better human being, and a better citizen
Ron Paul, Mitt Romney's errand boy, who is in charge of making Rick Santorum look bad to his conservative base says Rick is very liberal.
Republicans have tried every possible delaying tactic: an amendment by John McCain, failed Saturday on a 59-37 vote; on Sunday, a second by Jim Risch, 32-60.
Mitch McConnell and his Republican brethren are holding legislation hostage until the Democrats give them tax cuts for the rich. They claimed that this pledge didn't include the START treaty, and then like clockwork, they started denouncing the START treaty. Democrats are beginning to realize that negotiating with Republicans "is almost like negotiating with terrorists".
Sarah Palin has made it to the big time; she's now being called out for her unpatriotic behavior by international media. Yesterday, the Russian paper Pravda eviscerated Sarah Palin for her unrelenting attacks upon the democratically elected President, at a time when America needs to stand together, united.
Rick Perry is talking about a Second Mexican War à la Zachary Taylor and the Halls of Montezuma. Maybe he sees himself as another Black Jack Pershing.
Republicans claim we need an anti-missile defense system [cue to them rubbing their hands greedily together in anticipation]. But isn’t the best way to get rid of a missile threat to get rid of the missiles themselves? Oh wait, a missile defense system is another way to spend money and ratchet up the U.S. deficit. Getting rid of missiles gives Republicans less to spend money on.