Jeb Bush’s primary run may not have succeeded, but his tactics for reaching Hispanic voters were brilliant, and worth emulating.
Did Donald Trump become the Republican presidential nominee by accident, or did he resonate with voters? And how did the 2012 GOP autopsy on Mitt Romney’s campaign get things so very, very wrong?
NBC News Reporter Benjy Sarlin reports back from Cleveland today on Federalist Radio.
Low-stakes political gambling offers a respite from the madness of Donald Trump’s endless march to the nomination.
Nearly every Republican primary and caucus in 2016 has resulted in more people voting against the winner than for him. There’s a better way.
Donald Trump tells Wisconsin voters it’s not their fault. They didn’t make a mess of America—their stupid, corrupt leaders did.
The time to stigmatize bouts with depression is over. Millions share Heidi Cruz’s story, and it doesn’t delegitimize her or her husband one bit.
Either Donald Trump has a horrible memory or he’s a pathological liar. Either way, it’s pretty clear you can’t trust at thing he says. So what else is he lying about?
Those who take the moral worldview traditionally associated with evangelicalism most seriously are quite unlikely to support Donald Trump, at least in the primaries.
Marco Rubio was so good at communication, no one considered it would ever lead to his downfall. Here’s how he lost his way.
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