Eric Cantor is the latest to discover that Republicans who back amnesty cede 40 percent of the primary vote—or more.
“Reducing the risk of war … is priority number one.”
Here’s how Clinton would defeat a progressive alternative in 2016.
What the Libyan debacle means—and doesn’t mean—for Rand Paul’s prospects in the GOP.
Are the Indiana governor’s “middle ground” policy maneuvers productive?
Mitch McConnell says, “We are going to crush them everywhere,” and the party establishment is betting he’s right.
Are the North Carolina congressman’s antiwar and populist positions ideological heresy or conscientious independence?
Why is it so hard for Greg Brannon and other “liberty” candidates to avoid plagiarism and conspiracy theories?
How situational constitutionalism ruins our politics.
Sen. Mike Lee and others in the GOP confront the Export-Import bank—and corporate welfare.
Hawks have Reps. Walter Jones and Justin Amash on their hit list—and Sen. Rand Paul will be next.
He may be the GOP establishment’s pick for 2016. But is he more like his father or brother—and is either what Americans want?
Chinese-Americans mobilized to keep racial preferences out of California higher ed. Will the GOP take note?
He was a Tea Party idol when he ran for Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat—but does anyone want him in New Hampshire?
Senator Paul won CPAC again. Is he also winning the GOP’s debate over war and peace?
After five years, the movement can reinvest in Ted Cruz’s fundraising apparatus or pursue a framework for policy reform.
Freedom of conscience bills aren’t “anti-gay segregation,” but they’re not a good idea either.
The Kentucky senator brings a Jeffersonian program of peace to a party of Jacksonian nationalism.
Here’s why the debate over the CBO report on work decisions and health insurance matters.