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Sarah Palin joins Donald Trump on the list of people not been invited to the funeral of Senator John McCain.
Trump has caved to the criticism from all sides of the political spectrum and publicly paid tribute to John McCain.
Kabul on the Potomac A more modern day Patriot, Bill Belichick, leads his NFL team with the mantra "Do Your Job." With a
If Marco Rubio is going to keep missing more than 40 percent of the upper chamber's votes, if he is tired of being a Senator, he should follow the example of Speaker Boehner and resign.
Republicans ought to be ashamed for using tragedies to advance their political agenda that can only promote an increase of hate crimes against brown-skinned people.
Wittig said he could not speak about any potential deal that Merkel and French President Francois Hollande may hope to strike
Verma's rapid confirmation is remarkable given the acute political paralysis currently afflicting the Senate's confirmation process, particularly for ambassadorial nominees.
"These people are dedicated to our destruction and we're going to have to destroy them," McCain declared. On Sunday, the senator told Fox News, "we are going to have to have more boots on the ground because the only way you can really identify targets is to have boots on the ground."
"First a handful, then 1,500, now another 1,500," McCain said, criticizing Obama's gradualist approach. (The senator used
She writes from the point of view of young woman in awe of her fiancee, yet it's obvious that she was mature beyond her 21 years. When he encouraged her to read spiritual books, instead of rolling her eyes with boredom, she did so with genuine enthusiasm.
Sen. John McCain attended a fundraiser event in the Hamptons last weekend and partied on stage with host Jamie Foxx. Foxx
Another issue discussed during the hearing was "maker-taker payments," excessive fees firms can soak up through high-frequency
McCain's comments came after MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell asked him what he thinks President Barack Obama's administration should
John McCain’s home-state approval numbers have dropped considerably, according to a Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey released