Serving as an alternative voice to the likes of Lindsey Graham and John Bolton could keep the U.S. out of unnecessary wars.
Lindsey Graham Continues To Demonstrate Everything That's Wrong With Republicans in the Age of Trump
Graham's "evolution" during the Trump years has been more dramatic than most, but his performance on Wednesday was on par with how many other Republicans have handled the explosive details in the Mueller report.
People are losing their damn fool minds in the midst of Putin paranoia.
Republicans embrace presidential authoritarianism, continuing a foul bipartisan tradition of legislating immigration through the executive branch.
Plus: U.S. support for gay speakers rose as support for racist speakers diminished.
In the space of a year, Graham went from Trump critic, warning about impeachment, to Trump backer, taking the president's side on Jeff Sessions.
Technically he's been yelling it at all of us for years now.
Such binary thinking has gotten the United States into trouble in the past. It should be rejected now.
What kind of cheerleader for war doesn't know how many troops are where?
A new draft of the Graham-Cassidy bill includes big handouts for the home state of a key holdout vote.
GOP Leaders are Trying to Bribe An Alaska Senator to Repeal Obamacare—By Letting Her State Keep Obamacare
Sens. Graham and Cassidy are reportedly considering a brazen legislative handout to win over a single vote.
But what can the U.S. accomplish in its 16th year in Afghanistan that it couldn't accomplish in the first 15?
While Lindsey Graham, Hillary Clinton, and the Washington Post guffaw at Gary Johnson, voters seem strangely unpersuaded by the language-policing of interventionists.
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Four down, a dozen to go.
'No geographical limits. … No expiration date.'
All that matters is defeating ISIS (and Hillary).
Say it's silly to base who attends a debate this early based on national polling
Some televised commentary about various 2016 candidates, including a shout-out to "Team Woodchipper"
On Trump, Campaign 2016, and candidates trying to act cool
Was called a jackass, acted like one in response
Rupert Murdoch Says Donald Trump Wrong on Immigration—Lindsey Graham Says Trump is 'killing my party'
Graham thinks Trump's an "economic genius," but his ideas on immigration aren't even economically literate.
Says he'd defend religious freedom as president
Lindsey Graham: 'Being Able to Track People, Put Them Into Systems' One Way to Prevent Mass Shootings
But, says Graham, people have freedoms
The hawkish Republican still chooses Paul over Clinton
Another anti-Rand Paul candidate who claims affinity for libertarian ideas.
National security conservatives go ballistic over Paul's Patriot Act obstruction
Republicans think they can win a national election by exhuming the ghost of Zell Miller
South Carolina Republican the latest to pre-announce he's running for president.
'Behind leading from behind'
2016 in one Lindsey Graham interview
Lindsey Graham: 'I would literally use the military to keep [Congress in session]…until we restore these defense cuts'
The 2016 presidential longshot wants to love American democracy to death.
The beef ISIS has is with the government in Iraq, not the U.S.
Sen. Lindsey Graham Primary Challenger Says Teachers Should Be Allowed To Carry Machine Guns in School
South Carolina State Senator Lee Bright
Challengers still not posing a serious threat for 2014 election