Instead of keeping the spotlight on Donald Trump, those who genuinely want a post-Trump GOP should focus on developing better options politically as well as in personality and policy.
Conservatives should demand more than the soft bigotry of low expectations that Republican lawmakers’ miserable track record on spending has led them to expect.
Right now, the interests of the GOP donor class are being put above the interests of the American people, and easily 90 percent of GOP voters. It’s beyond time for that to change.
The real motives of Rauch, Wittes, and NeverTrumpers have nothing to do with pragmatic politics in response to a ‘dangerous’ president or concern about the rule of law.
Donald Trump’s spectacular disavowal of Steve Bannon isn’t just the end for Bannon. It’s the end for Bannon’s attempt to turn ‘Trumpism’ into a movement.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he’s backing establishment politicos because that’s how to keep ‘a governing majority.’ What good has that been?
You may have never heard of Robert Kagan or Max Boot, but they are hugely influential to the people you vote for.
Roy Moore’s victory in the Alabama special election and the Senate’s failed effort to repeal Obamacare point to a GOP whose voters are losing patience.
President Trump can come back and win a smashing victory again if he promotes his signature issues from last year, trade above all. He should also weaponize tax reform against his enemies.
Our fractured capital is experiencing a new flowering of bipartisanship. Everyone inside the beltway, at least those getting the press coverage, seems to oppose him.
Anti-Trumpers still keep throwing conservatives under the bus to maintain the status quo, just as they’ve often done (remember the Tea Party).
The only way the Obamacare replacement bill could have turned out worse is if Republicans had actually passed it. Thank the House Freedom Caucus.
Thanks, folks—you helped give us Donald Trump, and then when his comments from the Bush era came to light, you carried Hillary Clinton’s water.
It is odd to hear high-priced political consultants spouting childlike fantasies of an open convention. But that is a sign of just how desperate the times are for Republican elites.
Donald Trump may be an abortion wild card who doesn’t get the issue, but Hillary Clinton is a committed pro-abortion politician who unequivocally attacks life.
People who love freedom in its various forms still need to work together to fight for it in the political arena. So we should start considering ways a new coalition can avoid old mistakes.
We don’t have an ‘establishment’ problem. The existence of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz establishes that fact.
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Donald Trump takes his voters for granted, just like the politicians his supporters hate.
If Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are anti-establishment, then I’ll take the establishment every single time.
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