John McCain

Is This The Best The GOP Can Do? Mitt, Jeb and Huck?

A Republican presidential candidate with real limited government constitutional conservative principles and a record that appeals to “the country class” needs to emerge, and emerge fast, before Romney, Bush and Huckabee define the race in terms that will drive grassroots limited government constitutional conservatives away from the GOP, perhaps forever.

McCain's Big Purge

Alex Isenstadt, Politico

Nearly a year ago, tea party agitators in AZ managed to get John McCain censured by his own state party. Now, his political team is engaging in an aggressive and systematic campaign to reshape the state GOP apparatus by ridding it of conservatives & replacing them with allies.

The Exquisite Hypocrisy Of 20 Republican Senators

After 20 Republicans opposed Cruz’s point of order declaring the “CRomnibus” to be unconstitutional our principled conservative compatriots at Heritage Action compiled a list of “what they said then” on amnesty versus how they voted that is such an exquisite example of Washington insider hypocrisy that we have to share it in its entirety.

McCain Worries He's TEAParty's #1 Target in '16

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Sen. John McCain implied that he would run for another Senate term in 2016 and is worried that he is the top target of conservatives and Tea partiers who have never trusted him.

McCain: I Support Rand Paul for 2016

Peter Sullivan, The Hill

John McCain told The New Yorker that he would support Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) for president if Paul is the GOP nominee. “I’ve seen him grow and I’ve seen him mature and I’ve seen him become more centrist," McCain told The New Yorker's Ryan Liaa, who wrote a long profile of Paul.

Tea Party Sets Sights On McCain

Cheryl K. Chumley, Washington Times

Sen. John McCain, 78, is starting to make moves that he’s interested in a sixth term. But the Tea Party is mobilizing against him. Rep. David Schweikert, backed by the tea party crowd, said he’s mulling a run against McCain.

ISIS Leads JMcCain to Reverse on Amnesty Urgency

Tony Lee, Breitbart

After urging nat'l Repubs. not to make illegal immigration an issue in the midterms, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) on Weds. warned that ISIS is trying to exploit the porous U.S.-Mexico border to carry out terrorists attacks on American soil. 

The Sensible And Constitutional Rand Paul Perspective On The Islamic State

Senator Rand Paul is asking the essential question about our national security policy toward the Islamic State: Has what we’ve been doing worked or not worked? And such a debate and look at results is what the DC national security establishment and the war hawks on both sides of the aisle, such as Hillary Clinton and John McCain, can’t abide.

TELL RICK PERRY NOT TO TURN HIS BACK ON CONSERVATIVES

Rick Perry's hiring of slippery establishment Republican "strategists" Henry Barbour and Steve Schmidt is a slap in the face of conservatives. Sign our letter and tell him that Henry Barbour and Steve Schmidt should pack their bags!

What’s Obama’s Strategy As U.S. Inches Into Another Iraq War?

It appears that Obama is pursuing a two part strategy that involves much more than air drops of humanitarian relief, but no one really knows how deeply into the Middle East's savage religious war Obama plans to take us.

Has John McCain Lost His Mind?

Bryan Pruitt, RedState

It is far past time for Arizona Republicans to find a real conservative to represent their state.

McCain: It'll Take an Open Borders GOP to Defeat Hillary

Dan Riehl, Breitbart

Along with citing a list of moderate GOP governors (like Bush and Christie) as potential 2016 GOP presidential candidates, "John McCain said that he believes Repubs. can defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016, but only if they pass immigration reform."

McCain Lauds Cochran's Crooked Tactics

Awr Hawkins, Breitbart

John McCain: "There are some complaining that African-American voters voted. But I thought 1 of the major priorities of the GOP was to get all minority & ethnic voters out to vote for R's." He described Cochran's "get-out-the-vote campaign" as "excellent."

Conservatives Angry After Cochran Wins With Dem Help

Alex Pappas, Daily Caller

“It’s disgraceful that self-described GOP leaders like Mitch McConnell, John McCain, the Chamber of Commerce and the NRSC would champion a campaign platform of pork barrel spending and insider deal-making, while recruiting Demts to show up at the polls,” Matt Kibbe of FreedomWorks said.

John McCain Invites Hillary Clinton to Leadership Forum

Philip Rucker, Washington Post

Why did John McCain, who supposedly is among the loudest critics of Hillary Clinton's handling of the Benghazi terrorist attacks, invite her to his AZ retreat for a lofty conversation about leadership values? Will he ask why she didn't take a lleadership role in preventing the deaths of the Benghazi Four?

McCain: Illegal Immigrants 'Not Going Home'

Rebecca Shabad, The Hill

Sen. John McCain said that immigrants living in the United States illegally are not going home, and that the U.S. has no practical way of forcing them to leave. "They're not going home. And so why don't we give them a path to citizenship," McCain asked.

Conservative Icon: The Left Is 'Unhinged From Constitution'

WND Staff

CHQ Chairman RIchard Viguerie praised the U.S. Supreme Court decision that removed some campaign donation limitations. "The left is decrying this decision because they long ago became unhinged from the U.S.Constitution.” John McCain joined several liberals in decrying the ruling.

Who's the Least Popular Senator?

Jason Howerton, The Blaze

A new Public Policy Polling survey suggests that Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) is the “least popular senator in the country.” The results shouldn’t be that shocking as McCain has a low approval rating among both Repubs. and Dems.