Mrs. McCain's endorsement of Joe Biden illustrates what’s at stake in this election. A Trump victory in rebuilding the Republican GOP.
All Republicans should be calling for President Trump to announce a nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court.
The Russia Hoax is reveled. President Donald Trump needs to grant full pardons to Roger Stone and those charged in the imaginary crime of helping Russia
Newly released documents offer convincing proof that General Michael Flynn was set up, persecuted and prosecuted by a weaponized DOJ and a treasonous FBI.
Tweeting away like the canary in America's coalmine, the Trump presidency has proved to be a touchstone in American politics if not the nation’s history.
They say you should never speak ill of the dead. But the duplicitous senator from Arizona, the late John McCain, is a singular exception to this rule.
John McCain's tone-deaf Trump hatefest for the media to feast on was not dignified. But it is what the senator planned. And it is his legacy
FLOWER MOUND, TX: With the passing of Sen. John McCain (1936-2018), America has lost a modern-day patriot. The Senator from Arizona ran for President, losing twice, but always gently speaking his message. Until he was pushed the wrong way, and then the fire would spark and tough talk would begin. He gained the mantle “Maverick” for his willingness to vote ...
The spirit of Senator John McCain will continue to flourish beyond his death as an example of American courage, service above self and political bipartisanship.
WASHINGTON: Senator John McCain of Arizona, who lost his battle with cancer on Saturday, was many things to many people. But the self-described Republican “maverick” was also many things to the same people. Take The New York Times editorial board for instance. McCain’s fair-weather journalist “friends” For example, the nation’s “newspaper of record” endorsed McCain in ...
We know that McCain was part of Russia’s “elaborate plot to interfere in an American election and undermine our democracy.” Knowing all this, doesn’t Nancy, Chuck and John’s wretched protestations make you want to read the memo more than ever?
If House Republicans are reluctant to #releasethememo it’s because a powerful member of their party (John McCain?) colluded with Hillary Clinton, the DNC, Christopher Steele and the Russians against the 2016 GOP presidential nominee and, more importantly, his country.
Sen. McCain and President George W. Bush propose we adhere to a “patriotism” steeped in self-loathing, or America's Last patriotism.
The Republican Party has an honorable history. The present moment is one the party must move beyond, if only it can find the leaders it requires.
President Trump has certainly done more than so-called principled conservatives, like McConnell or McCain, have been able or willing to accomplish in more than a decade.
It seems there was Russian "influence" in the 2016 presidential election after all. But it was Democrats who were partners with the Ruskies.
Secretary Mattis recently appeared before a U.S. Senate committee, where he defend his decision to increase troop levels in Afghanistan.
The American electorate has moved on, even as the two Johns, McCain and Lewis, hold past glories and grievances in a tight death grip.
Trump has taken a beating over the last two weeks, much of it self-inflicted. Making peace with Ryan may be acknowledgement that he needs the GOP.
When one thinks of a tired career politician of the 20th century, one should immediately think of Arizona’s Sen. John McCain.