United States military officials earlier this morning confirmed that they’ve launched an airstrike against the Taliban in Afghanistan mere days after President Donald Trump boasted about brokering a peace deal with the group.
House Republicans, like Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) say that the classified documents on the Taliban don't contain what the White House claims.
Trump admits that he considered bringing the Taliban to the White House before 9/11, but he was worried about bad publicity.
Trump claims lots of bad people have been to Camp David, but none of them have the blood of thousands of dead Americans on their hands from the worst domestic terrorist attack in US history. pic.twitter.com/9DYJc0AItc
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) explained that Trump is so desperate for an agreement to end the war in Afghanistan because during the campaign he promised to get all US troops out.
Fox News’s Chris Wallace asked Secretary of State Mike Pompeo who thought it eas a good idea to meet with the Taliban days before 9/11? Hint: It was Trump.
These reckless, insulting comments have become commonplace for McCain because he cares more about shifting blame than keeping Americans safe.
There is a misconception among ignorant Americans that this nation was founded on the tenets of the bible and is therefore a Christian nation
American Catholic bishops are taking advantage of the power bestowed on them by the conservative Catholics on the Supreme Court in the Hobby Lobby ruling. As is typical of the bishops, their aim is controlling American women and forcing them to either become celibate or perpetual birthing machines.
After an eight hour siege in which terrorists massacred children and teachers, President Obama strongly condemned their depravity and reiterated the commitment of the United States government in supporting the Pakistani government in its fight against terrorism.
Now, the Republicans' first order of business with Mitch McConnell sharing Senate Majority Leader duties with Ted Cruz is precisely what they did when they won the House majority in 2010; attack women's right to choose when they give birth.
President Obama is right; Iraq can secure their own country's future" and "fight for their own country" against ISIS.
It is unlikely any American over the age of three or four will forget 911, but it is highly likely the majority of Americans will forget the long-lasting devastation an incompetent Republican administration's response wrought on the nation.
Just when you thought you have seen everything, this pops up. A church is leading their flock to Jesus by bribing, I mean raffling off two Black Rain AR-15 semi-auto in Joplin, Missouri.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos Sunday to discuss the recent violence in Iraq, as well as his infamous op-ed in the Wall Street Journal where he claimed that President Obama is directly responsible for the chaos in Iraq and the Middle East.
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.
The giveaway that all the animus toward Sergeant Bergdahl is based in conservative racism usually reserved for people of color, particular the person of color in the Oval Office, is the Republican hypocrisy they have demonstrated over the past five years holding President Obama to a different set of standards than his white Republican predecessors.
During an appearance at the Texas GOP convention on Friday, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) decided to make a little topical joke about the recent release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
Republicans refuse to let Barack Obama have any political victories. However, by attacking a United States soldier Republicans have signed their own death warrant.
Republicans in Washington and the right-wing media decided to push all-in by claiming the President had negotiated with terrorists and endangered the nation's security in order to save an anti-American deserter who deserved to be held as a prisoner indefinitely by the Taliban.
A few days after the President of the United States announced that our last prisoner of war, Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, had been rescued from his five years of captivity by the Taliban, Republicans are now seriously calling for the President to be impeached for his actions in securing Bergdahl's release.