Dueling would provide a much-needed corrective to our increasingly vulgar and reckless politics.
Holy roller John Kasich likes to say he’s such a nice guy. But is he really?
What happened in the South Carolina Republican debate? Rubio recovered, Trump melted down, and everybody lies.
Republican debates featuring Donald Trump are lot like the opening wrestling scene in Rocky III.
While Rubio’s robotic gaffe had something to do with his showing in New Hampshire, his problems didn’t start there.
Swing on into New Hampshire with Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, John Kasich, and Jeb Bush thanks to our on-ground correspondent.
Chris Christie is blasting Marco Rubio and hoping the attacks can sustain Christie’s campaign in what’s quickly becoming a three-man race for the White House.
Jeb is no Ted Cruz, nor is he John Kasich.
Rubio is making a play that makes him much more of a target. It’s a risk, but he’s taking it.
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The Federalist staff predict what will happen to Republican frontrunner Donald Trump and explain the rise of Bernie Sanders.
Paul excels, Christie shines, and Rubio and Cruz tussle in last GOP debate before Iowa caucuses. Trump’s absence was not a big deal.
This was, finally, the Republican debate we were hoping for, where we could bask in the promise of a deep bench of good candidates.
Ben Domenech, publisher of The Federalist, joined Gretchen Carlson’s show to give each of the GOP candidates some last-minute advice before tonight’s debate.
Tonight is our opportunity to see what the Republican primaries looks like without Trump, and that’s going to be great.
At no point is restricting trade through taxes or promoting it through subsidies a good economic policy. That’s not what Republican presidential candidates say.
We’ve learned something new from each Republican debate. Here’s what we learned last night.
Last night was the first GOP debate of 2016. It was surprisingly feisty, with Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio each performing well.
Presidential primaries are, without a doubt, the most annoying part of the political process.
Air Force fighter pilot John Boyd’s theory about confounding opponents with a constantly shifting battlefield applies to Donald Trump and all GOP aspirants.
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