When engaging your critics, try not to sound like you’re speaking at a Code Pink rally.
The news that Ted Cruz and John Kasich have formally agreed to join forces is an indication that they all see the same numbers we do.
National Review Senior Editor Ramesh Ponnuru explains historical precedence for a contested convention and Republican Presidential candidates.
According to Ben Carson, Donald Trump has a Jekyll-and-Hyde personality. But the really disturbing part is which side he is hiding.
Mary Katharine Ham explains why it hurt Mario Rubio to be the candidate who is a combination of all things.
The GOP should now have only one mission: taking the nomination away from Donald Trump.
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.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio suspended his presidential campaign Tuesday night after losing his home state to reality TV star Donald Trump.
Donald Trump has succeeded because Republicans realized too late that they were locked in a Civil War over the future of their party.
Donald Trump supporters think it’s more important to be part of a movement than they care to analyze whether that movement will get them to the place they want to be.
Peter Suderman says Donald Trump’s health care plan negates his own talking points.
Can you really blame a news media that has become all about entertainment for their Trump sycophancy, considering that in the end, it’s just good TV?
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.
Last night, Florida hosted the penultimate Republican primary debate. We have had a lot of these!
Rubio won over home state voters with Cuba answers. Cruz dismissed tough rhetoric over tough action. Trump’s defense of authoritarians made Kasich angry.
Someone get Marco Rubio a copy of the works of Shakespeare.
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.
If Marco Rubio does not get out now, and his conservative supporters do not switch allegiance to Ted Cruz, it will be in no small part their fault if Donald Trump gets nominated.
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