Ted Cruz For President?

Is someone who’s only be a Senator for just over 100 days a serious contender for the Republican nomination in 2016?

Divorce And Politics

The American people no longer seem to care if their political leaders are divorced.

A Second, Less Republican, Republican Party?

David Brooks has an idea that only David Brooks could love.

Fiscal Cliff Compromise

A outline of a deal both sides could live with.

The Incredible Shrinking Mitt Romney

Less than two weeks after he lost the election, the GOP is acting as if Mitt Romney never existed.

Presidents Do Foreign Policy, Too?

In a posting for New Atlanticist titled “Status Quo Election,” I note the near total absence of foreign affairs from a presidential campaign that’s mercifully coming to an end.

Christian Conservatives Have A Very Selective Memory Of Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan wasn’t really much a of a “Christian Conservative.”

Draft Hillary? The Political Hackery Of Pat Caddell & Doug Schoen

“Democratic” Pollsters Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen are out with another wacky Op-Ed.

Obama’s Path To Victory

Despite the seeming odds against him, the Electoral College map is very favorable for President Obama.

Clark Clifford Republicans

Have Republicans been co-opted by the Big Government they claim to hate?

Republican Debate: Romney Perry Fight Dominates Conversation

Last night’s GOP debate was a two-man affair.

Political Fantasy World

It never ceases to amaze me how many smart people manage to believe, against all evidence to the contrary, that their political philosophy has massive support.

Is She In? Is She Out? Reading The Sarah Palin Tea Leaves

Once again, Sarah Palin has made herself the center of attention in the political world.

Ron Paul Says He Would Have Voted Against The 1964 Civil Rights Act

Thanks to an appearance on Hardball we’ve got another story about a 47 year old law.

Blogging Liberty and Tyranny, Chapter Three

In chapter three of Liberty and Tyranny, Mark Levin applies his typical standards of logic and evidence to matters of faith.

Birther Pains

Would Reagan Recognize Today’s Republican Party?

It’s been three decades since Ronald Reagan was elected and both America and the Republican Party have changed.

What Obama Needs to Do