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Op-Ed: McCain, Graham assert Iraqi militants 'direct threat' to U.S.

Washington, D. C. - Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham are one when it comes to President Barack Obama's foreign policy. It seems McCain owes Graham a Coke for saying the exact same thing at the exact same time, but on a different Sunday news talk show.

Op-Ed: McCain claims Iraq War would not have happened had he won in 2000

Washington, D. C. - Senator John McCain lost to President Barack Obama in 2008, running in the shadow of former President George W. Bush's Iraq War. For the record, McCain wants American people to know if he had defeated Bush in 2000, there would have not been an Iraq War.

Senator John McCain condemns Egypt's imprisonment of journalists

Cairo - United States Republican Senator John McCain has condemned the Egyptian government's imprisonment of five Al Jazeera journalists. He said that their detention is "a clear violation" of their human rights and of freedom of the press.

McCain: Glitches in roll-out of Obamacare enrollment a 'fiasco'

Appearing on CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) characterized the rollout of the Obamacare enrollment process as a "fiasco."

Op-Ed: An alternative American letter to Vladimir Putin

In the fallout from Russian President Vladimir Putin's open letter to Americans and U.S. Senator John McCain's response, I would like to offer an alternative letter to President Putin.

McCain offers blistering retort to Putin in Pravda Op-Ed piece

In an unusually public exchange between senior Russian and American government leaders, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) appeared in Pravda in an open letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Op-Ed: Obama gains support from senior Congress leaders

Washington - Some senior members from both parties said that they would support Obama's motion for a strike against Syria for Assad's alleged chemical weapons' attack in the suburbs of Damascus.

Op-Ed: Obama flying high with the hawks McCain and Graham

Washington - Obama has for some time talked as if his strike against Syria would be limited, that it was not intended to produce regime change and would not draw the US further into the civil war.

John McCain: U.S. has lost 'credibility' in Egypt, faults Obama

Senator John McCain said the United States has “no credibility” in the Middle East thanks to the Obama administration's refusal to cut off U.S. aid to Egypt which the Arizona Republican voted last month to continue to send.

Op-Ed: To Win the White House, Republicans Can't Act Like Democrats

If the Republicans want to win the White House in 2016, they have to do one thing: quit acting like Democrats. One would think losing in 1992, 2008 and 2012 would teach a lesson. If it has, the party apparently hasn't learned.

John McCain calls for an end to U.S. aid to Egypt

U.S. Republican Senator John McCain has called on the U.S. government to end it's foreign aid supply to Egypt after the militaries removal of President Morsi.

Red line crossed: Syria has used chemical weapons in civil war

Washington - An internal memo circulating in Washington alleges that the Syrian regime has used chemical weapons in its civil war with rebels. An estimated 100 to 150 people have have died from detected chemical weapons attacks in Syria to date.

Op-Ed: Why Rand Paul was not being 'ridiculous' about drones, Mr. McCain

Americans responded overwhelmingly to the first major push-back by a US senator against the gradual overturn of the Bill of Rights since 9/11. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) was joined by Senator Ron Wyden, a Democrat from Oregon, in an historic filibuster.

Review: ‘Game Change’ is a political eye-opener Special

‘Game Change’ is the behind-the-scenes story of Sarah Palin's campaign for vice-president of the United States – one Conservatives probably would have preferred remained secret.

John McCain agrees with critics: Susan Rice 'not the problem'

After weeks of attacks on U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice as the possible nominee for the next secretary of state, Sen. John McCain admitted Sunday that Rice was "not the problem" in the White House's handling of the Sept. 11 attack in Libya.

John McCain to CNN: ‘Who the hell are you?’

Washington - Sen. John McCain was incredibly agitated Thursday when a CNN correspondent asked why he missed a classified security briefing on Benghazi.

Sen. John McCain spoke at Veterans Day celebration in NWA Special

Bentonville - Vietnam veteran Senator John McCain was in Northwest Arkansas to deliver remarks at an event honoring past and present members of the United States military.

Mitt Romney’s 5-point plan is the same as McCain's plan in 2008

If Mitt Romney's 5-point plan for fixing the current economy crisis looks familiar to you that's because it recycles — nearly word for word — from the same playbook as John McCain in 2008 and George W. Bush in 2004.

Is Mitt Romney aided by fishy Gallup polls, like McCain in 2008?

Back in 2008, Gallup polls got wrong the size of a lead John McCain had in the election and now may be doing the same for Mitt Romney in 2012. The polling firm has Romney up by 7, the only polling firm to have him anywhere near such a lead.

John McCain calls 'Citizens United' ruling 'worst decision ever'

Oxford - Speaking before an audience of British university students, US Sen. John McCain slammed a Supreme Court decision in which the justices ruled that money is free speech and corporations are people entitled to spend unlimited amounts influencing elections.

Op-Ed: US Senators call for military aid for Syrian rebels

Three prominent U.S. senators have called for the American government to openly provide direct military aid to Syrian rebels fighting to oust the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.

Former V.P. Dick Cheney says Sarah Palin a 'mistake' in 2008

The former U.S. Vice-President Dick Cheney, a man still involved in American politics, said on Sunday that John McCain enlisting Sarah Palin as a running mate in 2008 was a "mistake." He said while he knows and likes her, she lacked experience.

McCain slams Bachmann for anti-Muslim attack on Clinton staffer

Washington - Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) slammed Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) for "specious and degrading attacks" on Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton's deputy chief of staff, who Bachmann accused of infiltrating the US government on behalf of radical Islamists.

John McCain says Sarah Palin a better candidate than Mitt Romney

Washington - Along with calls for him to release more tax returns - some from his own party - and the pursuit of his record at his outsourcing company, Bain Capital, Mitt Romney now has a remark of John McCain's to contend with. It involves Sarah Palin.

BBC: U.S. and Al Qaeda 'on the same side' in Syria

As U.S. diplomats call for Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad to step down, rebel forces in Syria with ties to Al Qaeda have stepped up their assault on Assad's regime, according to BBC, The Guardian and other sources.

John McCain: 'Sorry Obama, my son's dog is not on the menu'

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) poked fun at Obama on Twitter Thursday afternoon. In a reference to the story about Obama eating dog meat as a child in Indonesia, McCain posted a picture of his son's bulldog, saying, "Sorry Mr. President, he's not on the menu!"

McCain demands air strikes on Syria

Washington - Senator John McCain called on Monday for US air strikes on Syria, stating that military assistance to the Free Syrian Army and other resistance groups would be necessary in the long-term.

McCain on raising taxes: Americans 'don't want compromise'

As GOP congressional legislators begin to debate President Obama on taxes and the debt ceiling, Senator John McCain positioned the Republican stance as one that reflects the desires of the American people.

Myanmar: Nukes? Can't afford 'em

The military junta in Myanmar is hoping to put concerns to rest that the country has a covert nuclear weapons program, saying that the country simply can't afford them. At least this is what officials told visiting US Senator John McCain.

Axelrod: Signals to Hispanic voters 'have not been positive' Special

In an open forum interview with Washington Post Managing Editor Chris Cillizza at a White House Correspondents Dinner breakfast event, Senior Presidential Advisor David Axelrod spoke to the "signals" Hispanic voters have received.
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