Girls in South Dakota may have to wait for a leader who will resist woke corporate power, but all GOP politicians should learn from Gov. Kristi Noem’s failure.
Oren Cass joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss how conservatives can reconcile their principles with the priorities of the working class.
Four years on, even in defeat, this is still Donald Trump’s party and seems set to be for some time. For now, Trump’s populism is here to stay.
The former president came out to ‘God Bless the U.S.A.’ by Lee Greenwood and CPAC attendees chanted ‘USA! USA! USA!’ as if he had never left office.
Toomey was one of seven GOP senators who joined Democrats to vote yes on conviction, which ultimately fell flat at 57 to 43 in favor of acquittal for Trump.
The supposed schism in the Republican Party is a media fantasy. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Rep. Liz Cheney’s hopes that voters would abandon Trump have been dashed on the cliffs of reality.
On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech, Senior Editor Chris Bedford, and Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky discuss Mitch McConnell and the future of the GOP.
Inez Feltscher Stepman joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss the GOP’s approach to pro-family policies and how the free market can help Americans.
Friday’s floor speech was no quick tantrum: It was the last stupid moments of the minority leader’s plan to purge the GOP of Donald Trump.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) released fundraising data for January showing an intake of more than $8.3 million, especially Read Full Article >
Joshua Lawson, David Marcus, and Tristan Justice discuss what the vote to keep Rep. Liz Cheney on GOP House leadership signals.
There is indeed a fight underway for the future of the Republican Party, but it’s not about QAnon conspiracy theories or crackpot lawmakers.
Tristan Justice joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss Rep. Matt Gaetz’s anti-Liz Cheney rally and what it means for the future of the GOP.
Liz Cheney’s backlash sends a warning signal to GOP senators weighing impeachment, but the issues run far deeper.
If Democrats can get voters to identify conservatism as racist and Republicans as white supremacists, it makes it a lot easier to win elections.
Now comes McConnell’s impeachment effort, as effective and well-thought as his filibuster defense effort, and it is already looking like an embarrassing and risky bit of 4D chess.
There is no reason to leave Cheney in her leadership position. In fact, it’s negligence for Republican leaders to keep her there.
Far from being a helpless minority, Senate Republicans are in a powerful position to leverage their consent for key priorities from their voters.
What will help Republicans unite this difficult coalition is packaging an anti-establishment temperament and policy agenda in leaders of strong character.
The Republican Party of today remains the Republican Party of Trump. Another impeachment won’t change that, no matter how hard beltway Republicans might try.
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