1-John-McCain-Crazy Glenn Beck launched into a full frontal attack on Senator John McCain (R-AZ) over his surreal flip-flopping on Obamacare this week. It's great to see that Beck has finally recognized what we have been saying for a while ..
We no longer hold anybody accountable in Washington. "Aw, man," said McCain, exhaling through his bottom row of teeth. "Why the hell did I say tha--". "Don't worry, sir. It's all in hand." ⟿ Follow Rob Beschizza
“Particularly since the shutdown, I've had a spate of e-mails and letters and phone calls saying, 'Run for president again,' ” McCain told The Arizona Republic. “As you know, I'm seriously thinking about running for re-election to the
Does John McCain still have the energy required to lose another presidential election? According to the Democrats' favorite Republican, there are folks encouraging him to make another run for the White House: McCain 2016?
Tuesday afternoon on The Laura Ingraham Show, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin took a swing at her former running mate, Sen. John McCain, after he likened the tea party movement to hobbits from the Lord of the Rings series.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said over the weekend that he's getting lots of pressure to run for president again, but that “it's not on my radar.” McCain said previously that he's considering running for reelection when his Senate seat is
Keith Alexander, the head of the United States National Security Agency, should be fired or forced to resign for letting contractor Edward Snowden have access to the information he ultimately leaked. Five months after Mr. ... Commenting to reporters
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