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Republican Presidential Nomination
Donald Trump won an unsurprising victory in the New Hampshire primary against his hawkish rival Nikki Haley.
And the Democratic votes won't even count. Get ready for what might be a weird night.
His political makeover into a Trumpy cultural warrior undermined what could have been a compelling campaign about the value of freedom.
DeSantis appears to be on track to claim second place, a distant 30-ish percentage points behind Trump.
But he would say no to pro-Palestinian speech.
Unfortunately, none of the Republican candidates want to scrap the federal ethanol mandates.
The former New Jersey governor was the only candidate in the Republican primary field with the courage to attack former President Donald Trump.
How do the Iowa caucuses work? The fact that people have to ask every four years shows why this tradition should end.
Schools are already bad enough for kids. Let's not make it worse by taking tips from the people who've insisted you take your shoes off at the airport for 20 years.
DeSantis says the new, single tax rate would mean "lower taxes for everyone" but that only demonstrates that he hasn't thought too deeply about how a flat tax would work.
The fourth-place GOP presidential candidate asserts the existence of "clear evidence" of "entrapment," without providing any.
Plus: Austin and Salt Lake City pass very different "middle housing" reforms, Democrats in Congress want to ban hedge fund–owned rental housing, and a look at GOP presidential candidate's housing policy positions.
Plus: A listener asks if there is any place libertarians can go to start their own country or city state.
While transgender issues dominated Wednesday's debate, polls suggest that the subject is far from the top of voters' minds.
Nikki Haley says "Trump was good on trade." What?
"Republicans believe in less government, not more," he said.
Nikki Haley Opposed Boeing Subsidies at Tonight's GOP Debate. As Governor, She Gave Boeing Millions.
The former South Carolina governor can't decide whether she likes corporate subsidies or opposes them on principle.
Formerly fringe immigration policies have gone mainstream in the Republican Party.
From “ideological screening” to barring entire cultures deemed “hostile to…the American way of life,” the candidates have big plans to target legal immigrants too.
The 2024 GOP candidate has proposed something blatantly unconstitutional.
Their proposal raises obvious free speech concerns.
Being against cancel culture requires consistency.
Trump is still a runaway favorite, even when using a vote-counting technique that's meant to make it more difficult for unpopular candidates to win elections.
With a second term, the former president promised to end California's water shortage, clear homeless encampments, and conduct the biggest deportation operation in American history.
"The orange elephant in the room just never seems to be addressed head on," says Reason's Zach Weissmueller.
The culprit is prohibition, not lax border policing.
“I believe in the idea of amnesty for those who have put down roots and lived here, even though sometime back they may have entered illegally,” Reagan said in 1984.
Pence suggested executing mass shooters in "months, not years," but that would remove crucial procedural protections—and not just for those who are obviously guilty.