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Anti-McCain Strategy Builds in Arizona

Sen. John McCain, first elected in 1986 after spending four years in the House and then rising to the peak of political party politics by winning the 2008 Republican presidential nomination, is likely headed for a competitive re-election next year. 536 more words

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John McCain to Code Pink protesters, ‘Get out of here, you low-life scum’ (VIDEO)

Washington Post: Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) confronted anti-war Code Pink protesters at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing Thursday, saying “Get out of here, you low-life scum.” 29 more words


McCain To Code Pink Protesters: 'Get Out Of Here, You Low-Life Scum'

WASHINGTON (CBSDC/AP) — Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain has kicked protesters out of a budget hearing, calling them “low-life scum.”

The upheaval came Thursday on Capitol Hill after members of an anti-war group calling itself Code Pink approached a witness table where former secretaries of state Henry Kissinger, Madeleine Albright and George P. 167 more words


On 'Face the Nation,' Senators Feinstein, McCain Call For More U.S. Troops In Middle East

WASHINGTON (CBS/AP) — Two influential senators are calling on President Barack Obama to send more U.S. ground troops to hotspots around the Middle East.

The suggestion by Republican John McCain and Democrat Dianne Feinstein is a direct challenge to the president, who has said he doesn’t want to increase the U.S. 95 more words


Sen. John McCain Likely To Seek Re-Election

WASHINGTON (AP) — Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain is leaning toward running for a sixth term in 2016, he said Friday.

“I still think I have a lot to do,” he said in a telephone interview with the Associated Press. 224 more words


The Impact of Staten Island Resident Eric Gardner's Death on the NY-11 Special Election

The new 114th Congress will commence tomorrow with already one vacant seat in the House of Representatives headed to special election.

Despite Rep. Michael Grimm (R) saying he would not resign his US House seat after pleading guilty to one count of tax evasion in December, the man who scored a resounding 53-41 percent re-election victory only a month earlier in the face of a 20-count federal indictment will officially leave Congress. 639 more words


McCain Wages 'All-Out War' to Rid Arizona GOP of Tea Party

Time to boot this RINO out. Arizona GOP Sen. John McCain’s team is on a campaign to rid the Arizona Republican Party of tea party officials, replacing them with allies to the senator in advance of an expected bid for a sixth term in 2016. 418 more words