Writer for The New York Times Magazine and GQ.
Tomorrow marks the one-year anniversary of the Newtown, Connecticut shooting spree at Sandy Hook Elementary. The desire to prevent a tragedy of this scope from ever taking place again is one shared by many Americans. But a year later gun laws are no stricter, and gun sales are on the rise. Robert Draper, contributing writer to The New York Times Magazine, writes about the legislative battle over gun control in this week's magazine.
The Presidential candidates meet in Colorado tonight for the first of three debates. Robert Draper, contributor to GQ and The New York Times Magazine, dissects the pre-debate prepping and posturing and discusses his GQ feature on what to look for from Obama and Romney.
Robert Draper, contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic and GQ and the author of Do Not Ask What Good We Do: Inside the U.S. House of Representatives, talks about the House of Representatives since the 2010 elections.
Republican Senator Dick Lugar of Indiana has been in the Senate for more than 35 years and until this election cycle, he had not once been forced to run a primary campaign. But Indiana voters cast their ballot yesterday in a high-profile GOP primary contest that pitted Sen. Lugar against Tea Party-backed challenger Richard Mourdock. We get election results and speak with Robert Draper, author of “Do Not Ask What Good We Do: Inside the U.S. House of Representatives,” on the Tea Party in 2012.