During a campaign stop in Iowa Monday, Speaker of the House John Boehner tried to make the case that former President George W. Bush wouldn't have allowed Russian President Vladimir Putin to invade Crimea.
The Ukraine government announced Friday that it had signed a trade agreement with the European Union, defying Russia and its leader, Vladimir Putin.
During Thursday's airing of Fox News' Outnumbered, the network's resident psychiatrist, Dr. Keith Ablow, amazingly claimed that President Obama is using the World Cup as a distraction.
For a political party trying to be more inclusive, you would think that telling 74% of millennials they're wrong would not be a step in the right direction.
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
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
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.
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
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.
A growing segment of the population are exploring new ways to subvert other citizens' freedoms and expressing their desire to reinstate the conditions that drove colonists to break away from England.
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.
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.