The next Tea Party scandal is not only coming, it may already be happening. When it does, the charade will begin anew, and no one will pay a price.
It is a mistake for American leaders and those currently recoiling at the populist fervor gripping the nation to simply blame populism’s existence on a few demagogic pot stirrers.
A federal agency is worried the iconic symbol of freedom dating back to the Revolutionary War might be racist, and may ban it from the workplace.
This helps explain why Democrat politicians paid little attention to lefty constituents’ objections to Common Core.
Will Marco Rubio be the Comeback Kid or the Giant Hometurf Disaster with his Senate re-election campaign? He’s got experience with both.
There is a limit to the amount of jackassery that I can endorse. So I will gladly take Mike Huckabee’s advice to leave the GOP.
Molly Ball explains how the Republican party is dealing with their nominee who is at odds with so much of the party and it’s leaders.
If I have to point to a moment that spawned the current annus horribilis, it would have to be John Roberts’s vindication of Obamacare on June 28, 2012.
If a violent gang of conservatives attempted to shut down a major Hillary Clinton event, America would be thrust into an insufferable national discussion.
Donald Trump has succeeded because Republicans realized too late that they were locked in a Civil War over the future of their party.
The sucker-punching Trumpies and sign-shredding socialists are both winning. The only loser is free speech.
To support Trump would be an exercise in pure partisanship. For conservatives, it would mean facilitating their own destruction.
The high number of candidates in the Republican primary helps us measure the underlying structure of the race and the intra-party civil war.
Perhaps we can understand the surging populist support for Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders as the outgrowth of the Tea Party movement.
Sarah Palin has decided to endorse Donald Trump in the primary, although he’s waged political war against the Tea Party she has long represented.
If conservative policies are to win, insiders must think about long-term conflict with the Left, and outsiders must participate in the grueling day-to-day.
The Tea Party just keeps winning, and they’re still not happy about it.
The challenge for congressional Republicans now is not ‘getting back’ to the old way of doing things, but devising entirely new ways of ‘getting things done.’
This was supposed to be Republicans’ best chance to nominate a real fighter for small government. Then along came Donald Trump.
Those who chalk up the growing momentum behind Black Lives Matter to racism or a desire to hurt cops are making the same mistake as those who tarred the Tea Party for racism.
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