John McCain

Who Is Amnesty’s Most Important GOP Supporter?

Senators John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Jeff Flake and Marco Rubio are influential, but none of them hold a leadership position within the Senate or Republican power structure on Capitol Hill. However, there is one big supporter of amnesty who does hold an important leadership position, and he's using it to stealth an amnesty bill through Congress.

McCain Flip-Flops on Obamacare

Jason Howerton, The Blaze

After repeatedly criticizing senators such as Ted Cruz and Mike Lee over their crusade to defund Obamacare, John McCain called for the “total repeal” of Obamacare.

Paul: Military Complex, DC to Blame in VA

Jeff Poor, Daily Caller

Gov't bureaucrats strongly inclined to vote for Dems sunk Repub. Ken Cuccinelli’s bid for VA governor, especially those staffing the military-industrial complex, said Ron Paul.

Rubio, Cruz: Sebelius Liable for OCare

Greg Richter, Newsmax

Repubs blasted HHS Sect. Kathleen Sebelius for the glitches crippling the Obamacare rollout. They said she will have to testify before Congress on HHS's design and failed launch of the website, which cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars.

Named and Shamed: The Senate Republicans Who Sold-out

Please check this list of Senate sellouts to see if either or both of your Senators are on the list and start thinking about who might successfully challenge the sellouts in the upcoming Republican primary election.

Apocalypse NOT

The real apocalypse is not the current government "slim down." It will come if and when Obamacare and its vast tax increases are fully implemented.

McCain Used Same OCare Tactic As Cruz

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

John McCain in 2009 supported the tactics that Ted Cruz is using to attempt to defund Obamacare before he was against them.

Townhall Dropped the Ball

There’s an unspoken assumption in the Townhall article that if you are a Republican elected official on Capitol Hill or in a State House you are “on the Right” – you are a conservative – and that just plain isn’t true.

AZ GOP Formally Rebukes McCain

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

AZ's Legislative District 26 Repub Party has passed a formal rebuke of John McCain for abdicating GOP principles in helping Harry Reid secure votes to approve several of Obama’s controversial nominees.

Pro-War Sens. Rake in Defense Money

Brendan Bordelon, Daily Caller

The ten Senate Foreign Relations Committee members who voted to attack Syria received 83% more campaign contributions from defense contractors than the seven who voted against it.

AZ Repubs: McCain Out of Touch

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Republicans in Arizona are condemning McCain's support of amnesty and action in Syria as inconsistent with GOP principles.

Unintended Consequences of Syria

Joseph Shattan, American Spectator

Advocates of intervention in Syria argue that a failure to act would undermine our credibility. Our credibility in the Middle East is at an all-time low, but bombing Syria would make it worse.

Citizens Rise Against McCain on Syria

Becky Pallack, Arizona Daily Star

McCain was drowned out by cheers and jeers several times, and police removed two men who disrupted the meeting.

Tea Party Leading Opposition to War in Syria

Republican leaders in Washington are supporting President Obama's call for an American attack on Syria, but as Michael Patrick Leahy and Andrew Stiles report, Tea Party groups and activists around the country are united in their opposition to such military action. To join them please sign our petition to members of the Senate and the House opposing American military involvement in Syria.

O Seeks Accomplice on Syria Action

George Will, Human Events

Obama asks from the Congress he disdains an authorization he considers superfluous. By asking, he begins the urgent task of lancing the boil of executive presumption. 

McCain, Graham Boost Obama

Paul Singer and Aamer Madhani, USA Today

McCain and Graham support Obama's bid for force in Syria, saying they have more confidence the White House is developing a better strategy.

Obama and McCain Heading Us Toward War in Syria

McCain, Graham and Corker would like Americans to believe that a “very surgical and responsible” intervention won’t involve American troops or “boots on the ground.” We doubt that fits the reality of what it would take to secure one of the largest chemical weapons stockpiles in the world. If we intervene, then someone is going to have to follow-up on the ground to make sure the chemical weapons are secured -- and that someone is logically the American military.

Paul Closer to Cutting Egypt Aid

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

Paul thinks he could have the votes to pass an amendment next month to cut off aid to Egypt, a proposal McCain, Graham, and other estab. R's have fiercely resisted.

We Must Defeat the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

One America's strategic policy goals since 911 has been (or should have been) to create a counterweight to radical Islam by selling Western ideas of personal liberty and democracy in the Muslim world. By rejecting a radical Islamic government headed by the Muslim Brotherhood, the Egyptian people took a real step toward embracing Western concepts of freedom. That's a significant victory that Obama, McCain and Graham must not be allowed to throw away.