John McCain

America Should Stay Out of Egyptian Bloodbath

As Senator Rand Paul noted in an op-ed for CNN, by “constantly intervening in these troubled parts of the world is that there are often no clear good guys or bad guys. Today's ally can quickly become tomorrow's enemy." McCain, Graham and Obama should keep America out of Egypt and let Egyptians decide where their future lies.

McCain and Graham in Egypt

Burgess Everett, Politico

McCain and Lindsey, speaking in Egypt, say Morsi's removal was a military coup and they want an inclusive Democratic process to play out now.

McCain and Graham Give Big Hug to the Jihadis of the Muslim Brotherhood

As Newt Gingrich said, “The level of self-deception necessary to misunderstand the Muslim Brotherhood verges on a psychosis.” McCain and Graham are doing neither America nor Egypt a favor by giving a big group hug to the Muslim Brotherhood.

Last Hurrah of the Interventionists?

Patrick J. Buchanan, Townhall

Most Americans want no part of the Syrian Civil War. McCain and Graham aren't listening.

Can Anyone Stop McCain?

Jonathan Strong, National Review Online

The old contrarian might be the most lethal threat to a GOP victory in the budget battles this fall. 

Obama Cutting Deals With McCain

Mike Allen and Jim Vandehei, Politico

McCain, Schumer, and WH Chief of Staff Denis McDonough are the new DC power triangle.

Amnesty Bill Okays Passport Forgeries

Alissa Tabirian, CNS News

McCain doesn't even know that the Sen. immigration bill allows a person to forge up to 3 passports. 

Amnesty Loving Big Business Targeting House Republicans

Those of us who care about preserving American exceptionalism have our work cut out for us in defeating S. 744, or any similar “comprehensive” amnesty for illegal aliens bill. However, a good place to start is to follow Congressman Steve King’s advice and attend congressional town hall meetings to oppose amnesty in the same kind of numbers this August that we turned-out against Obamacare in August of 2009.

Sen. Gang: Bully House at Town Halls

John Bresnahan, Jake Sherman, and Anna Palmer, Politico

Gang of 8 members met with pro-amnesty groups to plan a bully campaign against Reps. during recess.

Radel and Massie Forcing the Constitution on Obama and Neo Cons

Two of the limited government constitutional conservative “boat rockers,” Representatives Trey Radel (FL-19) and Tom Massie (KY-4), whom we endorsed in the 2012 primaries are living-up to our expectations and fighting to force the Obama administration back inside the strict limits of the Constitution – especially with regard to Obama’s foolish adventure into the Syrian civil war.

Senator Paul: Egypt Shows Folly Of U.S. Intervention Abroad

As Senator Rand Paul noted, the problem “with constantly intervening in these troubled parts of the world is that there are often no clear good guys or bad guys. Today's ally can quickly become tomorrow's enemy. This should be a paramount and obvious concern, but in Washington it is almost always treated as an afterthought.” Obama, neo-cons in Congress, the 40 U.S. military personnel we just sent to Egypt as “peacekeepers,” and the average American taxpayer, must now face the reality that, despite the trillions invested, our American government has done a lousy job of picking winners and losers in foreign political contests.

McCain to House: Amnesty is for GOP

Molly K. Hooper, The Hill

Sen. McCain is known for butting into House issues. He's already begun bugging Boehner on amnesty.

Colonization of 21st Century America

Timothy Birdnow, American Thinker

The elites are importing an alien people to reduce the stubbornness and independence of Americans.

The Palin Doctrine

Pat Buchanan, American Conservative

The former McCain VP candidate knows America's interest in Syria's civil war is in staying out.

Amnesty Lovers Embrace Unthinkable

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Amnesty proponents are so desperate to win that they’re even agreeing to more border cops.

Conservatives Rip Rubio on Amnesty

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

As the amnesty bill’s lack of enforcement comes to light, the potential “yes” votes are now “no.”

Gomez to McCain: Leave Office

Alexis Levinson, The Daily Caller

Sen. candidate Gomez claims he told McCain he should’ve left office by now. Markey: It’s a lie.

Fighting Terrorists by Arming Them

W. James Antle III, American Conservative

The Syrian intervention McCain and the Clintons want would be a war for Islamism, not democracy.

McCain And Neo-Cons Get Their War In Syria

How do we know the next Syrian government won’t be just as bad or worse than Bashar al-Assad? The answer of course is that we don’t know, and the only way to have any hope of preventing such an outcome will be to engage in a massive “nation building” effort better than the haphazard failures we conducted in Iraq and are now conducting in Afghanistan. It is time for conservatives and libertarians to join forces – and welcome those liberals who have the spine to oppose the President they backed – to demand the U.S. stay out of the Syrian civil war.

McCain+Graham+O = Syrian LoveFest

Donovan Slack, Politico

The two squishes praised Obama for moving toward Syrian intrusion. Conservatives must oppose this.