Seamus Mcgraw Archive
Published April 16, 2013
With their bare hands, strangers tore down the dividers and rushed toward the wounded and the dead.
Published February 13, 2013
As the president addressed the nation, the real measure of the state of our union was being taken 3,000 miles away from the Capitol.
Published December 17, 2012
If this nation is going to do what’s necessary, it’s going to require responsible gun owners to stand up and say “enough.”
Published November 07, 2012
For the first time in a very long time, there is hope in at least some precincts of this deeply divided country that we now have a way to deal with the yawning political chasm.
Published October 23, 2012
The author says Mitt Romney "gleefully abandoned" the hard-line positions he took over five years of campaigning.
Published October 17, 2012
Any objective viewer would be hard-pressed to come to the conclusion that he got the better of the President on any of the issues they sparred over.
Published October 12, 2012
Joe Biden won for the Democrats the most precious thing in the world to them; the time to make it back to their corner before the next round begins.
Published October 04, 2012
The author says that now President Obama's march to a second term will be "a long hard slog." That famous empty chair, he says, might have done better.
Published September 25, 2012
The author argues that running against a politically compromised incumbent in the fourth year of one of the weakest economic recoveries in history, Mitt Romney should be, but isn't, in a stronger position.