Turns out subjecting presidential aspirants to libertarian-flavored scrutiny is good for journalism! And sanity.
Formerly fringe immigration policies have gone mainstream in the Republican Party.
The Florida governor is attacking Republican primary rival Nikki Haley over her awful idea to police online speech, but the timing is awkward.
Plus: Is Veep more realistic than House of Cards?
The 2024 GOP candidate has proposed something blatantly unconstitutional.
This week's debate was the first signal that the party's next presidential nominee might actually understand the entitlement crisis.
DeSantis says that all Gazans are anti-Semitic, while Haley feels that refugees should only go to "Hamas-sympathetic countries."
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.
"Donald Trump added $8 trillion to our debt," Haley said during the opening moments of Wednesday's first Republican primary debate.
Haley seeks to make her relative youthfulness a selling point. It hasn't caught on among primary voters, but it's nonetheless worth considering whether the oldest candidates are always the best.
The crowd at the socially conservative FAMiLY Leadership Summit was not receptive, and Glenn Beck likened the Arkansas governor's performance to the crash of the Hindenburg.
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"Once a woman became pregnant for any reason, she would now become property of the state of South Carolina," said one state senator.
Plus: The U.S. Supreme Court considers another internet free speech case, the Department of Transportation pushes expensive new rail regs, and more...
Plus: the editors field a listener question on intellectual property.
Is she an heir to Trump's throne? Is she a second coming for the pre-Trump Republican establishment? She doesn't even seem to know.
"I know that it's fun and that it can feel good, but step back and think about what you're accomplishing when you do this-are you persuading anyone?"
The likely next ambassador to the United Nations might be a rising GOP star, but she hasn't been very vocal on international affairs.
A trio of interesting stories aren't making national headlines.
The South Carolina governor defended immigrants of every race and religion.
AFL-CIO, Democrats to protest announcement-
South Carolina's executive says making cuts "is not rocket science"
Though technically, she could
Perhaps not the best example of independent American industry, guys.