“I certainly will work really hard for Tim Scott,” Scott said. When asked by CNN’s Van Jones multiple times if he would endorse fellow South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham for re-election, the appointed senator talked instead about his own bid for Senate.
The unusual coalition includes neo-cons, libertarians, and anti-war Democrats.
The senators traveled to Egypt Monday to meet with leaders and discuss ways to restore order to the country. “If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s a duck,” McCain said when asked to define the word “coup.”
Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy has compromised more than most to get immigration reform through the Senate. “I think he understands what the market can bear,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Bipartisan Senate majority may want to move towards final passage, but House Republicans aren’t in any mood to take up massive immigration bill.
A new breed of conservatives join liberal Democrats in opposition to NSA surveillance programs. “We’re not tied to the Bush administrations policies, which were also wrong,” said Rep. Justin Amash.
“Maybe now that Fox is involved, more [Republicans] will pay attention,” Graham said.
Group tied to white nationalism enters immigration fray. Not what reform opponents needed after Heritage flap.
Imagine Jon Stewart doing his version of a Brooklyn gangster and you’re halfway there.
“I don’t want to live in a police state, no one does. [But] I want to live in a place that can defend itself,” says Graham.
“He went over to Russia, but apparently when he got on the airplane, they misspelled his name, so it never went into the system that he actually went to Russia.”
“I think it’s very probable that when he was in the region … he could have probably been trained,” Homeland Security Chairman Mike McCaul says.
4.8 million Americans have access to classified information, and thousands of them are getting pay cuts. Is the sequester making us vulnerable to spies?
Despite criticism from Republicans, DHS has “gotten what I believe to be very, very goods results from a security and a law enforcement perspective,” Napolitano says.
The gay conservative is considering taking on the senior South Carolina senator in 2014. He also is taking on gay progressives — and defending DOMA.
“A wolf can hide in sheep’s clothing for only so long,” says Mace.
A filibuster, plus friendly relationships with key Senate elders, has made Paul newly popular in Congress, where his father spent lonely decades as Dr. No. “
Even Lindsey Graham doesn’t sound that enthusiastic.
He picked it up on cable news, his office says.
“I’m sure the Iranians are paying close attention to our failure to prevent the North Koreans from continuing successful nuclear program,” John McCain says. Foreign policy hands aren’t buying it.
A filibuster by any other name would delay just the same.
“A bulldog with lockjaw who follows cameras around,” added Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough.
Was Ed Koch the last one to get away with it? If there’s nothing wrong with being gay, why can’t we ask it?
Lindsey Graham says odds of deal are “exceedingly good,” but hints at another debt ceiling fight.
The duo are attacking Susan Rice for giving bad information
on a Sunday show. “He is lying, Tim, when he says he doesn’t have weapons of mass destruction.”
Ayotte says she will hold the nomination until all of her questions have been answered. A harsher tone from the GOP after recent hedging.
Sorry, Grover. And Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin says Democrats need to put everything on the table (except for raising the Medicare eligibility age.) On ABC’s This Week, more hints at a path for fiscal cliff compromise.
Obama has “a duty to the American people to answer the basic questions surrounding the Benghazi attack,” Republican lawmaker says in letter.
“They’ve got a problem with me.”
Now targeting Susan Rice for comments on Benghazi attack.