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Formerly fringe immigration policies have gone mainstream in the Republican Party.
The former two-term governor discusses why Florida is attracting more people than any other state in the country.
Former Gov. Jeb Bush makes the case for why "Florida works pretty good."
The Florida governor is attacking Republican primary rival Nikki Haley over her awful idea to police online speech, but the timing is awkward.
A separation of science and politics might be called for.
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.
This week's debate was the first signal that the party's next presidential nominee might actually understand the entitlement crisis.
Abortion and the shadow of Donald Trump hobble GOP prospects.
The Mormon wing of the conservative #Resistance turned out to be just as fallible as the hawks and libertarians.
Plus: President Joe Biden’s weird economy and Rep. Mike Johnson as the unlikely new speaker of the House of Representatives.
Over the last several years, they have worked nonstop to ease the tax burden of their high-income constituents.
Johnson is a relative newcomer to Congress who has never even chaired a committee, and he is a close ally of former President Donald Trump.
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It's a maneuver that makes little fiscal, philosophical, or political sense, but thankfully it also seems unlikely to work.
DeSantis says that all Gazans are anti-Semitic, while Haley feels that refugees should only go to "Hamas-sympathetic countries."
As long as the Republican Party is a policy-free zone, Jordan might as well be the guy in charge.
Plus: The search for a new speaker of the House continues to be a ludicrous mess.
Plus: Chaos in Congress, and bums in the parks
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.
On Friday, the Texas representative will introduce a resolution rebuking recent pushes to conduct military operations against Mexican cartels without Mexico’s consent or congressional authorization.
Those sounding the loudest alarms about possible shutdowns are largely silent when Congress ignores its own budgetary rules. All that seems to matter is that government is metaphorically funded.
And why he almost certainly will not
Away from the speeches of the party's presidential candidates, the Republican Huntington Beach city attorney talked up his efforts to thwart state zoning reforms.
The libertarian-adjacent Kentucky congressman says he's against the effort to depose Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
"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.
"Our party does face a time for choosing," said the former vice president last night.
GOP presidential hopefuls should be more clear about the school choice policies they support.
It’s highly unlikely that it would pass constitutional muster.
"He owes it to you to defend his record where they added $7.8 trillion to the debt that set the stage for the inflation that we have."
DeSantis Says He Would Use Justice Department To Bring Civil Rights Cases Against 'Soros-Funded Prosecutors'
DeSantis has already removed two reform prosecutors from office in Florida. A federal judge ruled he violated the First Amendment in one of those cases.
Until Congress is willing to acknowledge that it makes no sense to send monthly checks to wealthy seniors, everything else will be on the chopping block.
Since Congress won't cut spending, an independent commission may be the only way to rein in the debt.