In 2010, the GOP successfully unified around an anti-spending message that helped it retake the House. Yet now, writes Associate Editor Peter Suderman, as Republicans frame the 2012 elections as a referendum on the size and scope of government, the party allegedly in favor of reducing both is on the verge of nominating for president not a small-government firebrand or a free market apostle but former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, a management consultant more interested in tweaking hated policies than doing away with them.
In short, it's using the power of the state to punish his enemies and make the world the way he wants it to be.
Landlords are suing to overturn state rental regulations that limit how much they can charge tenants and who they can rent to.
The Kentucky senator wants the Senate to consider offsetting spending cuts before approving limitless, automatic spending for the rest of the century.
The pundit made the claim at a Senate hearing on allegations of tech censorship against conservatives.