The pointed, 30-second clip claims that they don't allow the president to do his job.
The Republican presidential nominee is not going to change. No matter how many times he reshuffles his campaign, he is who he is. It's delusional to pretend otherwise.
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.
What everyone should remember about the agreement's most prominent foes is something they will never mention: their own shameful record in promoting our very worst foreign policy mistake since Vietnam.
The independent Vermont senator and the former secretary of state caused quite a stir during their visits to Iowa over the weekend. As some in the media put it, there's no turning back now.
Reading Political Wire on Tuesday, one gets the sense that Republican retirement homes are even more raucous with discontent than usual.
"You don’t ignore 90 percent of what the voting population wants when you’re talking about the safety of Americans," the MSNBC host said. "This sort of extremism is going to be called out."
A look at the day's political happenings, including Connecticut's tough new gun laws and a recently created PAC looks to support candidates based on one nonpolitical trait.
A look at the day's political happenings, including a major development in the confirmation hearing of John Brennan and Jeb Bush flip-flops on immigration reform once more.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman and MSNBC host Joe Scarborough are taking their feud over the country's massive debt and lackluster economy to television.