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The National Review staffer's new book is a spirited defense of capitalism, individualism, and free speech.
For decades, libertarians have focused on illiberalism coming from the political left. But authoritarianism has taken root among many conservatives across the world.
It's a fairly benign thing to say. And yet it's a landmine in our media landscape.
During a speech to a conservative group this month, Hawley depicted a decline in masculinity as one of the nation's foremost problems. Really?
The former presidential candidate talks about UBI, race relations, ranked-choice voting, his new political party Forward, and how "the duopoly is killing us."
Josh Mandel and J.D. Vance are locked in a race to the bottom.
"Spending trillions more on new and expanded government programs, when we can't even pay for the essential social programs...is the definition of fiscal insanity."
Doubling down on stridently conservative messaging in a state where conservatives are a dwindling and fleeing minority doesn't seem like a winning strategy.
Democrats want to raise the debt ceiling, while Republicans occasionally remember they're against big government spending.
Taxing the Rich Isn't Enough to Pay for Democrats' Welfare State. They'll Need To Soak the Middle Class Too.
There simply aren't enough rich people to finance all the new spending.
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Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Is Right That Democrats Have a Vaccine Hesitancy Problem, but It's Not Nearly As Big As the GOP's
Although Patrick notes that blacks are less likely to be vaccinated than whites, the gap between Republicans and Democrats is much larger.
Live-and-let-live political types are stuck between cultists and totalitarians.
The former Michigan congressman says "horrible messaging" is a sign of insecurity.
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Polling shows a sharp partisan divide on the issue, but it also suggests that compromise might be possible.
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From Mitch McConnell's perspective, an independent commission can only mean trouble.
“The Act is so rife with fundamental infirmities that it appears to have been enacted without any regard for the Constitution,” the lawsuit reads.
Trump Is Right That Liz Cheney Was a 'Poor Leader' for a Party Dedicated to Indulging His Fantasies and Whims
By stripping her of her leadership position, House Republicans proved her point.
The main qualification of Cheney's likely replacement as chair of the House Republican Conference is her willingness to indulge Donald Trump's election fantasy.
"It's very obvious that nobody involved in [the bill] consulted a First Amendment lawyer," says TechFreedom's Berin Szóka.
Physician Rand Paul is curiously absent.
If you're going to attack Mark Zuckerberg for cozying up to Xi Jinping, maybe you should try harder not to sound like a Chinese dictator.
Remember when Republicans believed private businesses had a right to exercise free speech?
It seems some are just waking up to the size and scope of the president's federal tax plan.
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Are Mitch McConnell's threats credible, or is he a paper tiger?
If MAGA conservatives want libertarians to be part of their tribe, they should halt their attacks on the free market.
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Electorally vulnerable Democratic governors have historically been tougher on crime than Republicans.
Americans are choosing jobs, brands, and friends for partisan reasons, say researchers.
The Senate minority leader's triangulation does not bode well for the GOP's ability to stand for something other than a personality cult.
The 33-year-old lawmaker, who occupies Justin Amash's old seat, on how his party needs to reclaim the mantle of limited government, capitalism, and individualism.
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The president could form a sizable splinter party if he's serious, but GOP defectors would have major ballot-access issues. Might they take over a smaller party instead?
Saying Trump 'Provoked' the Capitol Riot With 'Lies,' Mitch McConnell Tries To Distance His Party From a Dangerous Demagogue
The Senate minority leader sees a grave political risk in failing to repudiate the former president.
It can be hard to see what's in front of you, especially when you're struggling not to see it.
Here is how Mitch McConnell, Mike Pence, Liz Cheney, Ted Cruz, and Josh Hawley responded to the president's election delusions.