On the major legislative issues of the day, GOP voters are between Donald Trump and Paul Ryan. A blend of the two men’s views would pretty closely reflect those of the Republican rank-and-file.
You don’t need a majority, or even a plurality, of electors to win the presidency. Let me explain.
Indiana is a must-win state to keep alive Ted Cruz’s hopes of preventing Donald Trump from winning the Republican presidential nomination.
By refusing to quit, several GOP hopefuls are sacrificing the country’s interests to their own egos.
Sen. Rand Paul is out of the running for president, but his clarion call for liberty endures.
Don’t choose your candidate based on who you’d prefer to have a beer with, but whom you trust most to remain aligned with your principles. For me, that’s Ted Cruz.
Ted Cruz embodies the two archetypes David Brooks has said are characteristic of great leaders. So why did Brooks just attack Cruz?
Leftist commentators say failing to respond to Donald Trump constantly shows Republican presidential candidates will be soft on international baddies like Vladimir Putin. That’s nonsense.
Voters like Donald Trump not so much because they hate Mexicans and Muslims, but because they hate progressive bigotry.
The Federalist sent an emissary to Thursday’s Republican Jewish Coalition event, which featured all the GOP candidates for president save one.
The attacks on Ben Carson are twenty-first-century American media in a nutshell: we got it wrong, but we were still right.
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