Republicans are pivoting on issues such as immigration for pragmatic reasons, when what they really need to be able to do is …
History has shown that black conservatives don’t impede racial progress.
It’s good to see President Obama has invited Republicans to dinner
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They are heading for defeat by focusing on taxes instead of government spending
The pragmatists and the ideologues are already squaring off, and the future of a party is at stake
Results across the country show the fragility of the reform agenda
TIME’s finest political minds joined mayors from around the country at this year’s Chicago Ideas Week to talk about the state of the Union and the presidential race.
After a convention short on frivolity and long on steely resolve, the Republican Party leaves Tampa with renewed focus on fixing America’s problems
Was Romney actually speaking to the NAACP, or using them to help himself?
Chief Justice Roberts gave fellow conservatives an under-the-radar victory by scaling back the scope of the commerce clause
Three reasons the candidate’s school-choice proposal is less provocative than it seems
What Republicans and Democrats alike don’t understand is that the “mommy wars” are largely a thing of the past