condoleezza rice

The former secretary of state suggested the Taliban "had become convinced that they could get just about any deal" from the U.S.
Rice, an Alabama native and former secretary of state, called on voters in Tuesday's Senate election to "stand for our core principles."
The television duo's logic regarding speech rights is rife with straw men.
“You Are Not Equal” had a “tone” the commentators said. It was “offensive” and “hysterical” and “bitchy” and “condescending
Let's together dive into this deep and troubled ocean of conservative misrepresentation, fable and fabrication to see how it all works. This is our burden when we find ourselves in a war fought so disproportionately on one side.
Too bad it's too late to take him off the ballot.
Ironically, is it not contrarian thought that serves as our best ally when it comes to crystallizing what we believe? Hasn't the opposite been proven true by right-wing (not to be confused with conservative) think tanks, talk show host, and bloggers that eschew all things liberal?
Clinton has gotten a bigger convention bounce than Trump and I think that is because the DNC was a more positive and uplifting experience than the RNC. Maybe Americans prefer optimism to pessimism. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was a tale of two conventions.
Last Wednesday, July 6th, was George W. Bush's 70th birthday and should have been an occasion for celebration. He got a present that he probably would rather not have received, however -- the long-awaited report on the British role in the invasion of Iraq.