The path ahead for the elites leads inevitably to the conclusion that it is the country they ought to blame, and that the coalition of the right as it currently stands ought to die with dignity.
Hillary Clinton, plagued throughout the year by poor decision-making, tops the naughty portion of a “nice and naughty” list for 2015.
Air Force fighter pilot John Boyd’s theory about confounding opponents with a constantly shifting battlefield applies to Donald Trump and all GOP aspirants.
Wisconsin’s John Doe story shows what can happen when laws gag citizens and shield the powerful, and the reform possible when victims fight back.
This was supposed to be Republicans’ best chance to nominate a real fighter for small government. Then along came Donald Trump.
Will the real Republican nominee please stand up? A few days after the second debate, we’re beginning to see the answer.
In Wednesday’s debate, the candidates began both uniting around tax and immigration policies and opening fissures between them that will influence the final primary vote.
Carly Fiorina joins the main stage and wins the second Republican Debate easily.
Wisconsin’s governor can play an important role in 2016. But it won’t be as a presidential candidate.
A lot has changed since the first Republican debate, so here’s a preview of what to look for tonight.
The competition in the Republican primary is for who can be the Not-Trump-Not-Bush.
Trump is riding high in the polls. But will this summer infatuation continue? Andrew Stiles doesn’t think so.
If the health-care market were actually a market, there wouldn’t be any need for the GOP candidates’ complicated tax plans to replace Obamacare.
Scott Walker says he is willing to fight and win for the American people, whether it means taking on Democrats or fellow conservatives.
Eliminating birthright citizenship means overthrowing the Constitution and the thousand-year history of English common law.
In response to Walkers plan, Gov. Bobby Jindal called the proposal ‘Obamacare lite,’ while insisting that a federal entitlement program is unnecessary.
Scott Walker is the first top-tier Republican presidential candidate to propose a concrete alternative to Obamacare.
The politics of opposition to birthright citizenship do not benefit Republicans and its repeal is not achievable as policy. So why are they embracing it?
Nearly every other GOP candidate has expressed views more imperial than Donald Trump’s—but is that a good thing?
The summer of Trump is powering full steam ahead in the New Hampshire.
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