Tag: john mccain
Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute teams converge on strategies to defeat McCain’s form of brain cancer
Research teams at Virginia Tech are developing new approaches to treat the aggressive form of brain cancer recently diagnosed in U.S. Sen. John McCain.
Many of us who have followed politics for a generation or more have found things to admire in John McCain’s role upon the political stage.
John McCain could be in serious trouble in Arizona, facing a tough Republican primary and more uncertainty in the general if he survives the spring.
It is with good reasoning that Huffington Post is covering the Donald Trump presidential campaign on its entertainment pages.
Warner, Kaine, McCain introduce legislation honoring Phyllis Galanti’s service to America’s military families
U.S. Sens. Mark R. Warner (D-VA), Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Senate Armed Services Chairman Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) have introduced bipartisan legislation honoring the late Phyllis Galanti’s service to America’s military men and women and their families by naming the outdoor arboretum at Richmond’s McGuire VA Medical Center The Phyllis Galanti Memorial Arboretum.
Today, U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, along with Senators Dick Durbin (D-IL), Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and John McCain (R-AZ), sent a letter to President Obama calling on him to immediately establish and enforce humanitarian safe zones in Syria to protect civilian lives and supply lines for food, water and medical supplies.
Assad, no doubt, will be emboldened in Syria if the West fails to act in some way, shape or form to his internal aggression, and he won’t be the only one. Ally Russia, with an increasingly aggressive Vladimir Putin pushing the buttons, is calculating the next move in his quest to further strengthen the former superpower. North Korea and China are also watching with great interest to see what the United States does, or as the case may be doesn’t do, in Syria, with their own geopolitical fortunes in mind.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine delivered remarks on the Senate floor today to announce his efforts with Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) to reform the War Powers Resolution in a way that lays out a clear consultative process between Congress and the President on whether and when to engage in military action.
The only surprise with the news that United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice is removing herself for consideration to succeed Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State is that it took Rice so long to fall on her sword.
The right-wing echosphere is howling once again. Another lefty critic has come down hard on Sarah Palin
The book Game Change by Mark Halperin and Joh Heileman is about the historic 2008 presidential election. There are twenty three (23) chapters in the book. The first fourteen (14) are devoted to the Democratic nomination. The next three are about the Republican nomination which are followed by the final six chapters covering the Obama-McCain […]
Chris Graham breaks down the controversy over a proposed Muslim community center in New York in terms of the burgeoning divide that marks American politics and American civil society. Link to the column on TheWorldAccordingToChrisGraham.com.
Staff Report News tips: email@example.com U.S. Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va. joined five other senators Tuesday calling for U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to reverse his decision to try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and other alleged conspirators in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks in civilian court rather than military commissions. The six lawmakers, including Sens. Joe […]
Column by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org I didn’t expect that the one thing that would stick out the most from my read of Sarah Palin’s Going Rogue would be the bit about an unnamed former state legislative director in Alaska, what with all the innuendo about the inner workings of the John McCain presidential campaign, […]
+ I screwed up.” -Barack Obama, 2/3/09 after Tom Daschle withdrew as a cabinet appointee over unpaid taxes. + “I screwed up.” -John McCain, 10/16/08 to David Letterman after finking out on him to be interviewed instead by Katie Couric. + “To err is human.” -Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism, 1711
Or should I use every rose has its thorn as my opening cliche? Either applies to the stupefying decision of the president-elect to have ultraconservative windbag Rick Warren deliver the invocation at his inaugural, the appeal for which has dramatically gone down for me and millions of progressives like me who worked our tails off […]
We can’t leave well enough alone. Barack Obama won the keys to the White House, and our liberal and progressive friends are fretting over how he’s going to govern. We’re going to be Republicans fighting each other to the death before you know. Stop the Presses commentary by AFP editor Chris Graham. Length: 2:18.
We have an unprecedented situation in this country, with the election of Barack Obama to the presidency. For some of us, this is a wonderful moment. But we all know that for some Americans, this election result is painful, even hateful. Given our economic crisis, President Obama and his administration will have plenty of opportunity […]
” The Sarah Palin hysteria is bound to die down at some point soon. Right? Her side did lose on Election Day, after all. Right? AFP editor Chris Graham explores the Don’t Believe the Hype that is the Gov. Palin in this week’s installment of “Stop the Presses. Length: 2:31.
Some are suggesting that Barack Obama might be ready to offer John McCain a spot in his administration – perhaps as early as Monday when the two are scheduled to meet.
Before last Tuesday’s election fades totally into memory — not that it will — I’ll share a few observations of various sorts in no particular order … At least in Lexington, the process of voting went swimmingly. Registrar of Voters Carol Rendleman and the Electoral Board obviously took great pains to make sure it would. […]
For the uninitiated, Ralph Waldo “Petey” Greene told it like it was in his world on the Washington, D.C., airwaves on WOL during the late 1960s and early 1970s before succumbing to cancer. The ex-con, who described himself in his boss’s word – a miscreant, because it sounded more sophisticated – would no doubt be […]
The Northern Virginia numbers were what turned it Election Night, but don’t be misled by the TV drama that is Election Night. Because Barack Obama wouldn’t have won Virginia if he hadn’t done as well as he did in the Fifth and Sixth congressional districts.
Column by David Reynolds It was not some jackass. No donkey got hold of an elephant gun and shot the aging beast. Rather, it was a self-inflicted wound. It was a suicidal squeeze play – the elephant tried to become a donkey. But voters from the Left Coast to the Atlantic, plus a few in […]
Story by Chris Graham email@example.com Barack Obama will be the 44th President of the United States, in no small part due to Virginia, which voted for a Democrat for president for the first time in 44 years as it also elected a Democrat in Mark Warner to the United States Senate by a historic margin […]