01.05.2011 [Politico (blog)] - LindseyGraham thinks Americans want to put on their ears when Donald Trump drops "f"-bombs in his public appearances. The South Carolina Republican said Sunday that while The Donald has "a lot to offer" and "a lot to be proud of," his recent behavior
11.04.2012 and LindseyGraham (R-S.C.) told FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski they “understand” his agency's decision to prevent LightSquared from interfering with GPS devices. But the senators said that instead of ruining the ...
11.05.2011 [Las Vegas Sun] - John Cornyn of Texas, Jon Kyl of Arizona, John McCain of Arizona and LindseyGraham of South Carolina -- also withheld their votes, objecting that an independent piece of amnesty-granting legislation shouldn't be allowed to move without some sort of
11.05.2011 [Kurdish Globe] - President Masoud Barzani and Prime Minister Barham Salih yesterday in Erbil met US Senators John McCain and LindseyGraham and discussed the future of Iraq's relations with the United States. The discussions primarily focused on the political situation
11.05.2011 [Bloomberg] - Senator LindseyGraham, a South Carolina Republican, summarized the frustration among some lawmakers over various programs and proposals being taken off the table as negotiations intensify over government spending. “If you can't do Medicare
11.05.2011 [Huffington Post] - LindseyGraham (RS.C.) said, "If we're not smart enough to work with the Iraqis to have 10000 to 15000 American troops in Iraq in 2012, Iraq could go to hell." “I think it's also obvious that the Iraqi military doesn't have a lot of the technological
04.05.2011 [Mother Jones] - LindseyGraham, R-SC, believes President Obama's decision not to release the Osama bin Laden photos is "a mistake" that will "unnecessarily prolong this debate" over the death of the world's most wanted man. "I respectfully disagree with President
10.05.2011 [Daily Caller] - LindseyGraham, RS.C., says he was alerted by Vice President Joe Biden Sunday about the raid against Sept. 11 mastermind Osama bin Laden, during a network TV interview on Capitol Hill in Washington, Monday, May 2, 2011. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
11.05.2011 [The Atlantic] - LindseyGraham (RS.C.) told Dave Weigel. "I'm comfortable with the president's authority, quite frankly, but from a War Powers perspective, it's probably something that you want to consider." Why not do it yourself, Sen. Graham?
04.05.2011 [Hot Air] - LindseyGraham has been taking the lead on a number of labor issues lately, hitting back against the NLRB and working to support Right to Work options for the states. In the video below he provides some of the background and the need for these actions
25.04.2011 [Shopfloor] - LindseyGraham (R-SC) appeared on CNN's State of the Union on Sunday, interviewed by Candy Crowley on the National Labor Relations Board's complaint against Boeing for choosing South Carolina over Washington state to locate a production facility for
10.05.2011 [Anderson Independent Mail] - LindseyGraham issued a statement Monday acknowledging that federal legislators are “studying this issue.” Graham is a South Carolina Republican and member of the Senate's Armed Services Committee. “While Senator Graham understands the importance of
11.05.2011 [FrontPage Magazine] - Others, like Senator LindseyGraham, believe now is not the time to pull back, but rather, to increase our efforts. Graham believes the killing of bin Laden has given the US effort in Afghanistan “momentum” and that what “we ought to do is pour it on
10.05.2011 [Slate Magazine (blog)] - LindseyGraham. "I'm surprised that no one's pushed that issue harder," said Graham. "I'm comfortable with the president's authority, quite frankly, but from a War Powers perspective, it's probably something that you want to consider.
11.05.2011 [Fox Business] - LindseyGraham (R-SC) said at a press briefing recently about Pakistan: "You can't trust them and you can't abandon them." Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) has introduced a bill to cut off aid to Pakistan, noting in a statement that the successful raid to
18.04.2011 [Firedoglake] - On Wednesday, Senators LindseyGraham (R-SC), Mike Lee (R-UT), and Rand Paul (R-KY) proposed to do just that—steal our money. Their Social Security Solvency and Sustainability Act slashes benefits drastically but continues to require workers to pay
06.05.2011 [SCNow] - People from across the state gathered in Washington DC this week to discuss ways to secure the hundreds of milli (more) MYRTLE BEACH – US Senator LindseyGraham, members of the I-73 Association and North Eastern Strategic Alliance (NESA) met in a press