GOP

Not Dead Yet
At CPAC, conservatives consider opposing capital punishment
March 18, 2013

At CPAC, conservatives consider opposing capital punishment.

CPAC's Women Problem
One of November's glaring lessons still hasn't set in
March 16, 2013

At the conservative movement conference, one of November's glaring lessons still hasn't set in.

CPAC Panel on Racism Proves That CPAC Needs a Panel on Anger Management
March 15, 2013

Take a moment to browse the CPAC agenda, and guess which event today was most likely to devolve into a roomful of conservatives yelling “Can I just say something?” and “Stop lecturing us!” If you guessed “Trump the Race Card: Are You Sick and Tired o

At CPAC, Republicans Talk to Each Other About Talking to Latinos
The conservative conference is big on delusion, short on solution
March 15, 2013

The conservative conference is big on delusion, short on solution

The Battle for the GOP's Soul Is Being Waged in Virginia
If Bob McDonnell isn't a conservative, then what hope do Republicans have of rebounding?
February 28, 2013

If Bob McDonnell isn't a conservative, then what hope do Republicans have of rebounding?

Why the GOP Should Embrace Gay Marriage
Not because its gay supporters are embarrassed, but because there are voters to win over
February 21, 2013

Not because its gay supporters are embarrassed, but because there are voters to win over.

Obama Is Wrong: Gerrymandering Isn't to Blame for the GOP Fever
February 14, 2013

The real culprit is much simpler.

Two Roads Diverge
The budget fight will determine the fate of the Republican makeover
February 12, 2013

The Republican Party's reset could fizzle before it even really starts.

Karl Rove's Latest Project Won't Solve the GOP's Problem
February 11, 2013

The Conservative Victory Project could backfire on the Republican Party.

Eric Cantor's Bold New Vision for America: No Medical Device Tax
His speech at the American Enterprise Institute was hardly what the press promised
February 05, 2013

His speech at the American Enterprise Institute was hardly what the press promised.

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