The future of the GOP has been up for debate since its defeat in last November’s elections, and for the most part the question has been not if, but how Republicans should change. More recently, though, well-respected analysts are debating whether the GOP really needs to change at all.
It's not clear what, exactly, he's getting for his money.
The Iraq war had little to do with it
The Iraq war had little to do with it.
Conservative thinkers have been brainstorming ideas to revive the GOP, but few Republican politicians have been as bold.
But if this continues into 2014, that's another story altogether.
She would be an entertaining candidate, but probably not a competitive one
She would be an entertaining candidate, but probably not a competitive one.
Why Ditching the Electoral College Would Benefit the GOP
After 2000, Democrats are the ones who are supposed to hate the electoral college. But abolishing it might actually help the GOP.
President Obama's gun-control proposal has been met, predictably, with GOP resistance—Sen. Ted Cruz said Sunday that it's "designed to appeal to ... his political partisans"—but not all Democrats are embracing the proposal either. Sen.