It seems there’s always some Western nation that’s the butt of foreign policy jokes, that has an embarrassing reputation of refusing to fight or take sides — whether France, Switzerland, Canada, or all of Europe. But with France strapping on its fighting boots and rejecting deals like the one Obama just lapped up with Iran, it seems the U.S. is going to be the butt of international jokes until we get another Republican in the White House.
[WATCH] Bill Maher on Benghazi: What’s the difference if it happened as a result of a protest or planned attack
Bill Maher of HBO’s “Real Time” fame seems to have no qualms about the Obama administration lying about the attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, channeling his inner Hillary Clinton and asking what difference does it make if they were the result of a protest or planned attack.
Has Senator John McCain been listening to Miley Cyrus’ new cd? Probably not, but when McCain said Wednesday at the Washington Ideas Forum that Secretary of State John Kerry is a “human wrecking ball,” the statement conjured up images of Kerry swinging into the State Department on Cyrus’ infamous wrecking ball.
McCain says he’ll fight Tea Party Senators “every step of the way” if they try to shutdown the government again
Senator John McCain unloaded on Tea Party Senators Wednesday, saying that he would fight them “every step of the way” if they tried to shutdown the government again.
A CBS reporter fritters away her credibility by conducting a sloppy background check on a fraudulent eyewitness to the attack on our consulate in Libya, and suddenly liberals are salivating to talk about Benghazi.
Gawker posted an article Thursday entitled “What If Dick Cheney’s First Heart Attack Had Killed Him?” to coincide with the release of the former vice-president’s book about his battle with heart disease, and it’s as thoughtful as can be expected.
Yes. This is real.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Secretary of State John Kerry have been staples of the news lately, but that doesn’t mean college students near the nation’s Capitol can properly identify them, as the Media Research Center discovered. But ask them about twerking, and it’s a whole different ball game.