Political analyst William Kristol and his allies are outraged that the vicious tactic they generated has been turned against them.
The nativist candidate—a self-declared "neutral guy"—refuses to toe the pro-Israel lines of the U.S. and the GOP. His wayward stand may not be much, but it's the only sparkle of light that any presidential candidate is offering on the intractable issue.
In sizing up the 2016 election, some on the left are concerned that Bernie Sanders' presence in the Democratic ranks could work to that party's detriment. Count former Rep. Barney Frank among them.
The Weekly Standard editor is breaking with the Republican Party on the issue of taxes, telling "Fox News Sunday" that the GOP shouldn't "fall on its sword” defending against a tax increase for millionaires.
To all pundits, politicians and journalists who got everything wrong about the Iraq War, fear not. You may have no credibility, but Fox News is your refuge and your benefactor. As Media Matters documents, the propaganda network has only added to its collection of mendacious war boosters since helping to launch the Iraq disaster.
It's not entirely clear whether this represents cause for encouragement or alarm, but there are some from the right and even far-right reaches of the U.S. political scene who applaud Barack Obama's rumored choice of Hillary Clinton as his secretary of state.
You know it's troubs when McCain campaign spokeswoman Nancy Pfotenhauer turns on The New York Times' resident McCain campaign strategist, William Kristol -- and on Fox News, no less -- claiming he's fallen for the Obama party line. Over to you, Bill.