Tagged: Republican Party
Never Trump Republicans have to be willing to get their hands dirty for things to change.
In short, the Republicans rule the Winter Carnival but sacrificed their tongue in order to do so.
For his part King is claiming he was misunderstood, taken out of context, and is being treated unfairly. Which was his defense to similar controversy in 2016. And in 2017. Oh, and he claimed the same in 2018.
The Democratic Party is collapsing, and has been collapsing for a decade. Having the Presidency just hid all the rot happening elsewhere. Now we face the prospect of one party rule in a way we have not seen before, led by a type of President we have not seen before.
Damon Linker presents a scenario where we could see a third party unlike any we’ve seen before.
The Republican Party is broken. Arguments to the contrary are some combinations of smoke, mirrors, and wishful thinking.
Journalists: Bad. Jeb!: Toast! Trump: Salesman. “Errol Flynn”: Not Errol Flynn.
Will the Tea Party loss in Mississippi’s runoff turn ugly as the loser refuses to concede?
California goes plurality Hispanic, spelling trouble for the GOP.
The reason the GOP should pass an immigration bill is for its long-term viability. The party isn’t going anywhere any time soon, but the numbers show that relying solely on the white vote will make it harder to win the White House and Congress, not easier.
No, the GOP won’t change because of losing an election. They will change when moderates and independents give a damn.
The GOP still can’t come up with a conservative answer to Obamacare.
A new Economist piece sheds light on whether or not Romney’s 2012 rhetoric was as plastic as it seemed.
I’ve been thinking lately about Rand Paul’s recent attempt at what is called minority outreach at Howard University, “the historically black college” (apparently the mandatory phrasing). I’ve been thinking about what, exactly, Paul did...
Why does the GOP still act like it’s 1980?
So Cantor gave his aforementioned big speech yesterday, the one about turning the GOP into an expansively inclusive party of multiple ethnicities and income brackets, and MSNBC was there to tell the tale. Their description is curious, however,...
Ron Fournier of National Journal is following Eric Cantor around as the House Majority Leader terrifies DC’s infants (“Eric Cantor grabs a plastic dinosaur from the pile of toys in front of 1-year-old Mekhi Scott, taps...