Tonight on Monday Hangover, we'll talk foreign policy. The US has granted Afghanistan "special ally" status, so, what exactly does that mean? Esquire has taken a look at what they're calling, "Obama's lethal presidency.'
The situation in Syria only continues to deteriorate. The Red Cross has now officially labeled the conflict as a civil war.
Tonight we give our tool time award to Senator Patrick Leahy the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee for being to buddy buddy with Hollywood... and putting forth legislation to oppress the internet so Hollywood would make more money.
Today the media went crazy over the Supreme Court ruling on Arizona's SB 1070 immigration law. They spun it every which way... with the left and right both claiming victory. But there was another SCOTUS ruling that they largely ignored. It seemed like eve
At this point, we all know well what President Obama's foreign policy looks like. While the rhetoric may be softer than his predecessors, and while's he's ended the war in Iraq, and torture and closed black site prisons.
Well today the mainstream media made it really easy on us. With two networks actually screwing up the Supreme Court Affordable Health Care Act. But beyond that, even when they got the decision right, they focused on politics instead of policy.
Last week, we finally saw testimony on Capitol Hill surrounding the investigation into abuse at the Dawood Military Hospital in Afghanistan. Some military officials called the conditions Aushwitz-like.
David Brooks is tonight’s tool time winner for his op-ed in the NYT, "The Follower Problem". He managed to fill those 15 paragraphs or so with so much elitist butt-kissing, that it makes the notion that the New York Times is left leaning.
We've got a number of foreign policy stories to discuss tonight. Perhaps most notably, 5 new weapons deals the Pentagon is telling Congress they'd like to make. Let's just say they could give us a clue on our policy towards Syria, Iran, and the Asia-Pac..
Alyona discusses a new op-ed in the New York Times by a 23 year old Yemeni, the headline is, "How Drones Help Al Qaeda". We know that we've launched drone strikes in Somalia, and thanks to Jeremy Scahill's reporting for The Nation.
Tomorrow’s the big day for jobs numbers, but we have a few bits of information that can give us insight today. ADP Employer Services released a private report based on payrolls that found that 133,000 jobs were added.
Democratic Senator, and head of the Senate Intelligence Committee Diane Feinstein is meeting today to craft legislation to address the leaks of classified information.
Alyona caught up with Rep. Keith Ellison at the Netroots Nation conference in Providence over the weekend. She asked him why congress isn't questioning the executive branch on The Kill List and the Drone Program. And he said, that they should be.
Well the situation in Syria continues to develop after yesterday's suicide bombing in which three of Assad's top security chiefs were killed.
The New York Times took a detailed look at the President's Kill List and the mindset behind it, he makes the final decisions, and gets around counting civilian casualties by considering all military age males in a strike zone, as combatants.
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