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?
CEO of Heritage Action for America, Mike Needham, explains how a Trump presidency might impact the conservative movement.
Populism is a virus we’ve just recently caught. Cultural Marxism is a cancer that has infiltrated every part of our nation. Pivot to #NeverHillary.
How Donald Trump handled Trump Vodka shows his management style. And that’s repeatedly going out of business after making wild claims.
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.
National Review Senior Editor Ramesh Ponnuru explains historical precedence for a contested convention and Republican Presidential candidates.
By tucking tail and running from Chicago Friday, Donald Trump proved he has neither the head nor the heart to withstand the strong scrutiny of American democracy.
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.
Since its first convention in 1856, the Republican Party has had ten presidential elections in which no candidate coming into the convention had a majority of delegates.
While Republicans debate which anti-Trump candidate to coalesce around, Donald Trump is winning, and he’s going to keep winning until the rest of the field takes him on directly.
Why would Ted Cruz, who has a well-stocked campaign, more delegates than Marco Rubio, and a strong ground game, give that up for a snowball’s chance at a SCOTUS confirmation?
America needs a leader who has proven he will execute their priorities in service of controlling government so the people can shine. Ted Cruz is that.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has taken his pack of lies with him to South Carolina to knock his Republican opponents down before the upcoming primary.
Our on-scene correspondent plies the New Hampshire crowds listening to Republican presidential frontrunners Ted Cruz and Donald Trump.
Chris Christie is famous for being blunt. So why did he shy away from the truth about equal pay for working women?
The nation needs a charismatic leader who can build coalitions, pursue reasonable policy reforms, and persuade younger voters to give conservatism a chance.
Rather than worrying about personal smears, Marco Rubio should recognize his rivals have a much more lethal weapon to use against him.
Swing on into New Hampshire with Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, John Kasich, and Jeb Bush thanks to our on-ground correspondent.
Jeb is no Ted Cruz, nor is he John Kasich.
- Latest Development In Flynn Case Proves Special Counsel Was A Cover For Taking Down TrumpHis former lawyer’s latest testimony establishes two continue reading >
- New York Times Fudged Book Sales Data To Torpedo ‘Justice on Trial’ Best-Seller RankingThe New York Times blatantly ignored sales data to torpcontinue reading >
- In Face Of Massive Border Crisis, Democrats Tell Americans Citizenship Means NothingA left-wing mob tore down an American flag and replacedcontinue reading >