Republican voters will not go back to the neoliberal GOP of the past 30 years, and if that means losing some elections, it means losing some elections.
Anti-Trump conservatives think they are poised to take back the GOP. They are sorely mistaken.
For the left to demand now that we must accept the election and get behind the man Americans chose is such a sick and demented joke that it is hard to fathom.
Party loyalty runs so deep — and is connected to so many past battles — voters struggle with an identity crisis when confronted with the reality that the Democratic Party has long left Mass-attending Catholic workers behind.
How I came to embrace a president I once feared and detested.
For 25 years, both the Republican and Democratic parties have favored a neoliberal, globalist worldview. Now it is not clear that either does.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Ben Domenech chats with City Journal Managing Editor Paul Beston.
Any political regime depends in part upon trust, and, when those in power do not live up to their commitments to the people, an appetite for change grows.
Ross Perot, the two-time third-party presidential candidate in 1992 and 1996, died at 89 after battling leukemia for five months.
If Howard Schultz wants to be the next Ross Perot, he needs a signature issue. So far, he has nothing.
George H. W. Bush midwifed the post-Cold War era with a kind and gentle soul. We are still reaping the benefits of that today.
Chris Stirewalt, joins Ben Domenech on the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the Kavanaugh accusations, political history, and his new book on populism.
More than 20 years since my first vote, I am again mired in an election with Clintons and Bushes and the billionaire, Buchananite Reform Party figure of Donald Trump.
Will Donald Trump be this cycle’s Ross Perot, Ralph Nader, or Ron Paul?
A short history of presidential elections, from Andrew Jackson to Barack Obama.
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