The critical political struggle of the 2016 presidential election may well be the redistribution of wealth. It may only deepen the current economic malaise.
“Reform conservatism” doesn’t really reform anything, and the only thing it conserves is the welfare state.
Reform conservatism offers a new policy agenda for the right. But is it really conservative?
Candidates have nothing to fear from biased questions. Unless, that is, they’re insecure in their own beliefs.
A better future for poor Americans trapped in Baltimore and across the country must start with a fact-based analysis of how we got here and who has been responsible.
Perhaps we politicize everything in part because we have lost any understanding of the world as fallen and out of our control.
Harry Reid doesn’t have the will or the charisma to rally the grassroots and political support to stop the president. But Elizabeth Warren does.
The problem with Hillary Clinton’s position on Iraq is that none of us ever “know what we know now” when we make our decisions. If we did, we’d all be perfect.
David Boaz on our “Libertarian Moment,” Rand Paul’s chances, the social conservative-libertarian alliance, and the future of libertarian politics.
Republicans may be horrible, but they aren’t running Baltimore.
Vince Vaughn tells college students why he thinks the libertarian movement is gaining ground.
Sometimes you defend free speech for the principle not the content. Especially when people put themselves at risk.
Is our politics bitter, contentious, unpleasant, intractable, and no fun whatsoever? Good!
Republicans had an opportunity to make a compelling argument against the president’s unilateral governance. Now, they are complicit in it.
Hillary Clinton’s over-the-top populist rhetoric is just a reflection of the Democratic Party’s hard left turn.
Ed Schultz argues that Donald Trump is the Republican Party’s best option in 2016 because of his “unparalleled” history of success in the business world.
The abiding challenge for American conservatives is to preserve a self-regulating economy in our self-governing republic. Right now, it’s unclear whether reform conservatives will help.
Michael Gerson’s rationale for a reformicon agenda has a strong ‘abandoning free market principles to save the free market system’ vibe to it.
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