Why is the president rigging a primary fight he's leading by 70 percentage points?
The first Republican to primary the president is an ex-Libertarian worried about debt, divisiveness, and decorum.
Ronna McDaniel's CPAC comments are latest indication that the Republican National Committee will tilt heavily Trump in 2020.
Richard Nixon faced a primary challenger in 1972...and he squashed him like a bug.
The first semi-declared 2020 GOP challenger comes out blazing against the president while trying to wriggle off the hook about his recent Libertarian past.
Bill Weld Is Prepping To Be the First—and Most Improbable—Primary Challenger to Donald Trump (Updated)
Pro-choice, Obama-supporting "Libertarian for life" will take a "substantial" move Friday toward competing for the Republican presidential nomination.
"As far as we're concerned he's a Libertarian and he can't flip-flop back and forth for political expediency," says New Hampshire GOP chair.
Q&A about the rise of right-wing "grifters" such as Charlie Kirk, the death of The Weekly Standard, and the future of the American right.
Shahid Shafi identifies as a Republican because he believes in small government.
The populist pundit couldn't be more wrong.
NeverTrump conservatives flock to 62-year-old Maryland governor whose foreign policy views are a blank slate.
California's Republican Party Is Irrelevant. Embracing Criminal Justice Reform Could Help Change That.
Conservatives and moderates don't agree on much, but they do agree on this: The state GOP is dead in the water and needs a new strategy to revive itself.
By careening towards populism, the GOP handed over to the Democrats modern, growing, diverse and prosperous suburbs such as Orange County.
The Republican Tax Cuts Were a Political Failure. What Does That Mean for a Party That Agrees on Little Else?
The GOP needs a new theory of government.
No blue wave, no "Trump bump." We're still waiting for politics to catch up with a world of increased individual autonomy.
The Trumpening of the Republican Party continues apace. What will principled conservatives do now that it's clear they have no home in the GOP?
But a few of Tuesday's big races indicate he did more harm than good.
He's not the first dead person to win an election.
It's unorthodox, but it makes sense.
Plus, a Gary Johnson honorable mention.
Calls for Revoking Susan Collins' Honorary Degree Over Kavanaugh Vote Show How Sad Politics Have Become
It's misguided to politicize something as non-controversial as an honorary degree.
Or is the L.P. our best bet for making a difference?
"If you surround yourself with white supremacists and Nazis, then you're telling me that you're one of them," Winsome Sears tells Reason.
The former Ron Paul delegate, current state senator, and underdog to unseat independent Angus King says Johnson "would be one of the best U.S. senators."
A Trump loyalist, a Bernie-backed progressive, and lots of moderates were victorious. It's hard to create an overarching narrative out of that.
As with school shootings, terrible events breed really bad policy ideas.
The Republican Party should take a more forceful and public stand on behalf of freedom and opportunity for all.
The two major parties continue their sorting into democratic socialists on the left and Mercantilist nativists to the right.
"We wish it got the pitch forks out and it doesn't."
Burn victim. Demon. Half-brother to The Undertaker. Knox County Mayor.
The ad also shows Ron DeSantis reading to his son from The Art of the Deal and teaching his daughter to say "make America great again."
He isn't the first president to do something like this. But it would be nice if he'd be the last.
GOP legislators released their "Tax Reform 2.0" proposal, which aims to make last year's tax cuts permanent, adding trillions to the $21 trillion debt.
Americans are recoiling "against the churning of an open society, against the spontaneous order that is the alternative to statism." That ain't gonna end well.
The Ohio Republican is running despite allegations that he ignored sexual abuse claims as an assistant coach at Ohio State.
Trump used Twitter to blast Twitter for allegedly censoring several prominent conservative leaders.
Devin Nunes gets the Richard Spencer treatment.
"I didn't come to Washington to make friends."
But will Congress act to rein in Trump?
So long as anything resembling legitimate elections continue to be held, no political coalition will gain a permanent lock on the future.
Jason Emert really wants people to know he supports Donald Trump.
The Republican governor of Massachusetts just made a deal to give away more freebies and keep taxes high.
More than 100 Republicans voted against the GOP's "compromise" bill.