RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Lindsey O. Graham

A collection of news and information related to Lindsey O. Graham published by this site and its partners.

Top Lindsey O. Graham Articles

Displaying items 23-33
  • Ann McFeatters: What do the candidates think about sharks?

    WASHINGTON It's surprising that many presidential candidates are not living up to their responsibilities in this overheated pre-campaign season; they're refusing to issue opinions on cable TV topics of the day. Really, is that too much to ask? They...
  • Yielding time in the Senate on the presidential trail

    WASHINGTON The senator hurries into the recording studio on the fourth floor of the Hart Senate Office Building, now 30 minutes behind after getting held up at votes. He sits down in front of the camera, glances at the monitor and swiftly combs his...
  • GOP's Kasich opposes deporting millions in US illegally

    Ohio Gov. John Kasich says it's not practical or humane to deport the millions of immigrants who are in the United States illegally. "I'm not for putting them on a school bus, driving them to the border, opening the door and just telling them to get out,...
  • Martin Schram: In South Carolina, GOP presidential pack fails first leadership test

    Today we are focusing on the latest demonstrations of leadership, followship and cowership in American politics. Particularly among those who desperately want, in the very worst way, to become our next Republican president. On June 19, The Washington...
  • Prisoners of a long-lost cause

    Could this, at last, be the end of the Civil War? Or, as some fans of Southern heritage call it, the War Between the States? Or the War of Northern Aggression? That question came to mind as I watched South Carolina's Republican Gov. Nikki Haley do what...
  • SC lawmakers overwhelmingly vote to debate Confederate flag

    South Carolina lawmakers voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to consider removing the Confederate flag from their Statehouse grounds and other politicians took aim at Civil War-era symbols across the South, saying change is imperative after police said nine...
  • Time's up! No more wretched compromise over Confederate flag

    Time's up! No more wretched compromise over Confederate flag
    In announcing her belated determination to remove the Confederate battle flag from its position of honor on the grounds the South Carolina statehouse Monday, Gov. Nikki Haley said, "We do not need to declare a winner and a loser here." Wrong. We do....
  • For South Carolina, a step forward

    For South Carolina, a step forward
    Could this, at last, be the end of the Civil War? Or, as some fans of Southern heritage call it, the War Between the States? Or, the War of Northern Aggression? That question came to mind as I watched South Carolina's Republican Gov. Nikki Haley...
  • South Carolina's racist history

    South Carolina's racist history
    The massacre by a young white man, according to police, of nine African Americans last week at a Charleston church Bible study has drawn the nation's attention to lingering racial hatred in America. If there is a more appropriate place to draw that...
  • Retire the flag

    Retire the flag
    Editor's note: This editorial has been updated to reflect that the flag at issue is a Confederate battle flag, not the original Confederate state's flag referred to as the "Stars and Bars."  What to do about the Confederate flag on the grounds of...
  • Confederate flag debate puts African-American GOP senator in spotlight

    The revived debate about the Confederate battle flag has climaxed with exceptional speed in South Carolina, where the state's three most prominent Republicans led a bipartisan call Monday for removing the banner completely from the state capitol. Sen....