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Where does Romney win in 2012 that he lost in 2008?
America’s founding was not a "pristinely" conservative framework that was later befouled by Progressives.
It is not so much that the concept is offensive as it is that the complaints being raised about it have the ugly stink of “victimization” about it.
Author David Strauss discusses the importance of an evolving interpretation of the U.S. Constitution.
In 1998, a group of about 20 moderate House Republicans who'd been hedging on impeachment fell in line against Bill Clinton. Among them was then-Rep. Tom Campbell.
Most conservatives are not interested in whitewashing history, or excusing the country for its sins.
A less purified party, more open to internal dissent, is better.
A political party can’t build a big tent without it being anchored to clear ideological principles.
R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr. discusses why Republican leaders must return to conservative fundamentals.
This is the rare moment where Republicans can run maximally conservatives candidates and still win elections.