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Always viewing conflicts through the prism of partisan warfare, conservative media have been faced with a stark choice as Bill O'Reilly's long list of confirmed fabrications pile up in public view. They can defend the Fox News host no matter what, while lashing out his "far-left" critics for daring to fact-check the host.
The Republican minority in the New York state Assembly says term limits on legislative leadership posts would help clean up Albany corruption. Minority Leader Brian Kolb said Wednesday his fellow Republicans also want the and more »
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress yesterday marked a point of historic acrimony between our two countries, as it was the first time in modern history that a foreign leader spoke to Congress in a specific attempt to undermine U. S. policy. As former Bush ambassador to Israel Daniel Kurtzer admits, it was as if Netanyahu's “arrogance [has] reached a point where he assumes Israel will ask and the United States simply [says] yes.”But for many American conservatives, the Netanyahu visit was a moment of celebration; some even openly wished that Netanyahu was our president instead of Obama.
U. S. Secretary of State John Kerry sought Thursday to ease Gulf Arab concerns about an emerging nuclear deal with Iran and explore ways to calm instability in Yemen and other troubled nations in the Middle East.