by Hayes Brown Jun 16, 2014
Despite proving themselves amazingly wrong, they're still being turned to for advice on the current Iraq crisis.
by Ben Armbruster Mar 26, 2014
Sen. John McCain's (R-AZ) commentary on Russia and Ukraine appears to be about attacking President Obama more than anything else.
by Josh Israel & Adam Peck Mar 13, 2014
With no law preventing politicians from using the funds raised by their leadership PAC for personal use, some politicians operate these committees more as an expense account than a political action committee.
by Ben Armbruster Mar 10, 2014
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) criticized his fellow Republicans for wanting to "beat their chest" at Russia for invading Ukraine.
by Ben Armbruster Mar 7, 2014
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) is truly saddened that the United States military can't get involved in Ukraine.
by Ben Armbruster Mar 5, 2014
After Russia's incursion into Crimea, John McCain called President Obama's foreign policy "feckless." But McCain chastised partisanship when Russia invaded Georgia in 2008.
by Zack Ford Feb 24, 2014
Arizona is already facing economic consequences from the passage of the "license to discriminate" bill. The pressure now on Gov. Jan Brewer (R) to stop the hemorrhaging.
by Ben Armbruster Feb 16, 2014
Sen. John Mccain (R-AZ) on whether U.S. military involvement in Syria would worsen the crisis: "That's ludicrous!" The Arizona senator then citied the U.S.-led Iraq war to bolster his point.
by Igor Volsky Feb 4, 2014
"'Job lock' reduces opportunities for American workers because they often pass up new jobs for fear of losing their health care coverage," John McCain argued in 2008.
by Hayes Brown Feb 4, 2014
The GOP civil war over foreign policy marches on as one Republican doesn't understand why the media always turns to Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on international issues.