If you want to find someone to blame for conservatism’s predicament in 2016, you could do much worse than to point a finger at Sean Hannity.
Will Marco Rubio be the Comeback Kid or the Giant Hometurf Disaster with his Senate re-election campaign? He’s got experience with both.
Ted Cruz can lead by example and show that Congress is important. The Senate should once again be where intelligent, principled statesmen prefer to serve their country.
If Donald Trump wins the Indiana primary, he’ll be the Republican nominee for president in 2016.
American government is purposefully structured to withstand the ‘will of the people,’ because mobs make stupid mistakes.
Since Donald Trump and his teleprompter’s understanding do not penetrate beneath slogans, following him will generate deeper troubles.
We will all now join John Kasich in eating our feelings about this sad, sad 2016 election season.
On Tuesday, Pennsylvanians might vote for Trump in a landslide. If they do, it will be an expression of outrage and hope and the politics of decline.
Donald Trump’s candidacy isn’t really about politics, which is why it divides people so deeply. It’s about revenge.
I did exactly what my mother always warned me not to do. I made an important decision while in an emotionally fragile state of anger and despair.
If Donald Trump tops out at 1,100 delegates, the Republican convention has no duty to saddle its party with a guaranteed
Ted Cruz wasn’t supposed to be the GOP’s only hope of stopping Donald Trump, and no one thought he would make his last stand in Wisconsin. But here we are.
In many ways, the 2016 presidential campaign eerily resembles ‘Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.’
In a race where every delegate counts, it might just be the Mormons who prevent Trump from reaching the 1,237 delegate threshold he needs to secure the GOP nomination.
Donald Trump has contradicted himself about whether he supports fighting in Iraq and Libya, so it’s likely we have no idea whether he would keep America out of wars or create new ones.
Marco Rubio was so good at communication, no one considered it would ever lead to his downfall. Here’s how he lost his way.
It wasn’t supposed to be this way. Marco Rubio was supposed to save the Republican Party.
A five-state Donald Trump sweep Tuesday is perfectly predictable—and no special evidence that Trump would, in fact, win a one-on-one race against Ted Cruz.
At a time when Americans are clamoring for an outsider, a guy who talks like your mechanic is seen as trustworthy, even though he was born into the 1 percent.
Donald Trump can still be beaten if he wins Florida. But there’s no way to beat him if Republicans sacrifice 259 delegates for a tiny chance at winning Florida.
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