Think the radicals lost on primary day? Look who they're about to elect.
Dewhurst loses, Abbott wins, and the Texas GOP keeps moving right.
Chris Christie came to CPAC with nothing to offer conservatives
NATIONAL HARBOR, MARYLAND, A.K.A. A MAMMOTH HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTER ON THE POTOMAC RIVER — Chris Christie's segment of the program Thursday at CPAC, the great conservative cattle call, was launched to the tune of "Sweet Child O' Mine." Better, perhaps, would have been a song by Christie's second-favorite New Jersey rock star, “When We Were Beautiful” by Mr.
We applaud the effort, though.
The four most-plausible theories
Right-leaning mavericks Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have been among the Kirsten Gillibrand's most outspoken allies. What gives?
The Texas Senator's strange Harvard Law Review article embraces the cause of a microbiologist who tried to poison her friend.
Republicans have had, contrary to what The New Republic often claims, a pretty good year. The Affordable Care Act has had a disastrous start and President Barack Obama's approval rating has even dipped below 40 percent in some polls.
Unlike Chris Christie or Ted Cruz, Scott Walker can appeal to the entire party.
There’s a real case that Chris Christie is the front-runner for the 2016 Republican nomination. That’s pretty remarkable: He’s for gun control, hails from the northeast, pals around with the president, struggles to call himself a conservative, and doesn’t even hold 20 percent in the polls. He has solid name recognition, but at this point it’s safe to say his appeal is limited.
Danny Danon is driving Bibi—and just about everyone else—crazy
Danny Danon is Driving Bibi—and Just About Everyone Else—Crazy
At a dinner Wednesday night thrown by the conservative American Spectator magazine, America crazy-person flavor-of-the-month Ted Cruz reportedly uttered something rather surprising. According to the Washington Examiner’s Philip Klein, the Republican senator from Texas said that the top one percent, in Klein’s Twitter-filtered paraphrase, “has higher concentration of wealth than any time since 1928. Blames Obama economy.”
According to his wife, as relayed to the New York Times' Ashley Parker, it would be an awful lot like a job interview:Their first date was at a bar called the Bitter End, and it lasted for hours as her young suitor, Mrs. Cruz recalled with a laugh, “asked me a lot of questions about my background, my goals in life, my 10-year plan, my 20-year plan.”