Also: GOP Congress should fix health care, taxes, and easy money.
And they don't care about limited government either.
Most of the party's members of Congress have done their best to downplay or excuse Trump's strange fondness for Vladimir Putin.
The argument carries a powerful emotional charge but it isn't a particularly constructive or clear-minded way to think or talk about writing laws.
Congressional Republicans promise to achieve greater frugality in Medicaid without inflicting more hardship. It's not gonna happen.
Commit to principles and ideals, not politicians.
They'll let states enact their own guest-worker programs.
The reward centers of the brain light up when partisans reject information that contradicts their political preferences, the same way drug addicts' brains do.
State lawmakers say porn is a public health crisis that causes rape and sex trafficking—but watch all you want as long as the state gets a cut.
Republican candidate Corey Stewart appears to be emulating the president in his campaign for the gubernatorial nomination.
But wait, where was elite media advice about dealing with news-related anxiety back during the Obama administration?
Look beyond Medicaid to really cut dependence on Planned Parenthood while still ensuring that low-income women have access to medical care.
"I'm for limited government, so stay out of my guns, and you can stay out of my body as well," said Lahren on
The View last week.
Do conservatives really believe Trump, or are they just acting like they do?
For all the things establishment conservatives think millennials should be against, they have a hard time articulating what young people should be
for, and what that has to do with the Republican Party.
Republicans don't know how to roll back Obamacare's massive expansion of this lousy program.