We’re not looking for much in the Republicans’ 2016 nominee, just another George Washington.
Yes, it is fair to compare Ted Cruz to Barack Obama. Here’s why.
That Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker would cave to the narrow self-interests of a relatively small group of voters is telling in the worst way.
Hugh Hewitt says any Republican who doesn’t vote for higher defense spending should be fired. Unfortunately, Hewitt completely misses the point.
Conservatives need Ted Cruz in the Senate to restore its power against a tyrannical presidency. Instead, he’s chosen to abandon it.
Instead of giving Iowa a caucus handout every year, the GOP should require states to compete for the top presidential primary calendar spots.
Hillary Clinton’s troubles reveal how the Democrats have hollowed out their party. Their greed for power has undermined their ability to hold on to it.
Rahm Emanuel’s run-off in Chicago is a warning that “progressive” Democrats are rebelling against the party’s moderates–like Hillary Clinton.
Scott Walker is only a national figure because the left made him one. That’s a double-edged sword.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s recall was a deadly error for state Democrats and labor activists. It made a college dropout into a potential Republican rock star.
If Scott Walker can run for president, he is challenging the basic cultural class identity of the mainstream left.
Whether Rick Perry runs for president or not, his ideas will be scattered throughout the 2016 field.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker should have gone full Colonel Jessup on reporters who think science can determine prudential action.
The “Dirty Jobs” host has something we need in a presidential candidate: the ability, and the guts, to lay out some hard truths in plain English about work.
Running in this cycle is not in Marco Rubio’s best interest, and of the potential 2016 candidates, he has the most to lose.
Rand Paul’s problem is that where other politicians speak in pablum, he tries to keep it real.
Ironically, without Mitt Romney in the field, Jeb Bush could have stronger challenges to face.
Republicans should not squander two years they could have used to set up a contrast between themselves and Democrats for 2016.
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