Michele Bachmann, digging deep, claims Obama is supporting Al Qaeda, proving that we are in the End Times
What Republicans are really angry about is the Black man in the Oval Office achieved a long-standing American, Middle East, and international goal without wasting one life or dollar of taxpayer money.
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
President Obama's critics routinely dismiss him as "feckless," but most have long records as feck-ups. And what's wrong with pivoting?
You've surely heard that the civil war in Syria, and the broader tensions in the Middle East and Africa, are about tribalism. Let's learn about tribalism ... and you.
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.
With only 9 days to oppose raising the debt ceiling and funding the government, Republicans in Congress have their work cut out for them.
The hearings on Syria did not answer every reasonable question about a possible U.S. punitive strike, but they exposed some questions as unreasonable.
The current debate about whether America should take limited military action against the Syrian government is about keeping a commitment shared with 98% of the world's governments.
An Obama failure with Syria is a strong possibility. However, this failure might end up being what ultimately dooms the Republican Party.
With the nation facing a vote on the authorization of military force in Syria, Rep. John Boehner is already planning more votes to kill Obamacare.
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
It is now reported that 10 months after civil unrest in Syria began, England allowed at least one chemical firm to sell chemicals to Syria capable of being used to make nerve gas.
Republicans have weighed in on the President's request for authorization to launch a limited strike, but they have splintered off into separate groups and resolution will not be coming anytime soon.
Paul Ryan said on October 11, 2012, 'We agree with the same red line, actually, they (Obama/Biden) do on chemical weapons.'
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
In a way that was very unlike Bush, Obama stated that he has not made a decision on military action in Syria, but he said that any response would be short, and not involve troops on the ground.
We would all be better off if Republicans kept some of their fantasies in public restrooms where they belong