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Mitt Romney cannot be blamed if he feels a sense of schadenfreude. Photo / AP Mitt Romney hasn't had a week this good in a while...Tending his various residences, sizeable family and myriad business interests, the former Massachusetts Governor has
8 March 2014 32 shares 26 View comments Strong record: Local government minister Brandon Lewis A European human rights body sparked fury last night after it accused Britain of breaching international law by not spending enough money on local councils.
Again, our president shows a complete lack of leadership in light of this serious crisis. All he can do is come out and make statements like he is in campaign mode. He is showing weakness, and Russian President Vladimir Putin is doing what he wants
For John McCain said Friday that Putin behaves as a KGB officer and Russian do not believe the end of the Cold War. Republican Senator and former presidential candidate of the United States , John McCain ,
Jon Stewart is incredulous over FOX News' drooling over Vladimir Putin's false machismo and the network's idiotic new talking point aimed at our president: "Barack Obama is a weak, mom jeans-wearing dictator king!"...This post's comment feed Comments
Even in Technicolor dreams, can you imagine Russian President Vladimir Putin staying on the horn with President Barack Obama for 90 minutes ? Maybe the former KGB agent was taping the conversation and using the blab time as an opportunity to get
Contributed to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Mar. 07 2014, 6:00 AM EST Last updated Friday, Mar. 07 2014, 6:00 AM EST Vladimir's visage Re Ukraine On The Brink (March 6): It seems the West wishes to mollify an intransigent adversary on a
Media playback is unsupported on your device Ukraine crisis: Obama urges Putin to pursue diplomacy 7 March 2014 Last updated at 06:43 GMT US President Barack Obama has urged President Vladimir Putin to seek a diplomatic solution to the crisis in
So far Russia's actions in Ukraine have been assessed mainly in terms of its international relations. From that perspective, Russia's actions do not look very rational and foreign commentators have explained them in terms of President Vladimir Putin'
While hosting CNN's Crossfire this week, I said: "Republicans are practically cheering for Vladimir Putin today...I pointed out that Republicans have been slamming Obama for his handling of the Ukraine crisis even though I have not heard a single,