It’s best to look at the Republican debate as a reality TV competition show.
Despite lackluster questions, second-tier GOP candidates did fairly well in the first debate. But Carly Fiorina outshone them all.
During a speech in Washington, D.C., Rick Perry went nuclear on Donald Trump, characterizing him as a “false prophet” peddling poison to voters.
On Fox News, Mollie Hemingway complimented the 2016 field of GOP presidential candidates and had harsh words for Iowa’s role in picking the eventual nominee
Ben speaks with Avik Roy, Senior Advisor to Governor Rick Perry, about the Texas Executive’s bid for the White House.
An editor for The Nation and an executive with Media Matters have absolutely no clue who Marcus Luttrell is.
The Middle East debacle is not a result of invading Iraq but of a president who cares more about public opinion than long-term security.
The New Yorker magazine this week tries to airbrush away the diversity of the GOP field. Next time they should try to be a tad more subtle about it.
Hillary Clinton’s over-the-top populist rhetoric is just a reflection of the Democratic Party’s hard left turn.
Is there any compelling reason why Marco Rubio shouldn’t be the Republican to take on Hillary Clinton in 2016?
Republicans may be hard pressed to find another George Washington in 2016, but we’re way closer to it than the other guys.
In his new book, “The Conservatarian Manifesto” Charles Cooke proposes a philosophical and political framework that fuses conservatism and libertarianism into a cohesive and effective political brand.
‘Born in the USA’ is a blistering criticism of American society that resonates with Republicans: a poorly led war, the treatment of veterans, inequality of opportunity, and a weak job market.
Whether Rick Perry runs for president or not, his ideas will be scattered throughout the 2016 field.
Running in this cycle is not in Marco Rubio’s best interest, and of the potential 2016 candidates, he has the most to lose.
The 2016 presidential primary season is finally upon us. Let’s familiarize ourselves with the cast of characters.
The Scottish referendum should prompt some long-overdue soul-searching among the Brits, and to some extent it already has, which is a good sign.
In the era of the Administrative State, big government has been giving out too many rings to too many would-be Sinestros.
Outsiders were stunned by the indictment of Gov. Rick Perry by a Travis County Grand Jury, but they shouldn’t have been.
Republican candidates in 2016 will have to answer questions about Iraq and the NSA, whether they’d like to or not.
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