Republican Reform

Michael Gerson warns that a Republican takeover of the Senate could be bad for the party: The last Republican midterm win actually complicated the long-term task of Republican reform. Many in the GOP took away a lesson in complacency. Some concluded that ideological purity is the path back to power, and that effective persuasion is […]

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The almost-candidacy of Hillary Clinton has frozen the field, but if it thaws, here’s what could happen For the last several years, virtually all have assumed that Hillary Clinton will run for President in 2016. Ms. Clinton and her supporters have done little to dissuade people from this notion. In fact, they have done the opposite. […]

Clinton Hillary

It takes a lot of money to build an empire. And Hillary Clinton’s supporters are wasting no time making sure that the former Secretary of State has the best infrastructure money can buy leading into the 2016 presidential elections. Based on spending records from the Ready for Hillary PAC, the group is spending $23,000 a […]

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Her name doesn’t appear in the national headlines nearly as often as it used to, but apparently there are those in other parts of the world who remember who Michele Bachmann is. Yet another ISIS video has popped up, and it includes the Minnesota congresswoman making remarks about terrorism. This has set off enough alarms […]


Good news have come to drivers this week, as oil prices hitting a two year low, with many pumps in the Washington D.C. region displaying prices under three dollars a gallon. But why has the price for oil dropped so significantly? For starters, global demand for oil is at the lowest its been since 2009, […]


illustration by Michael Hogue He’s the heir to Richard Nixon, not Saul Alinsky. Back in 2008, Boston University professor Andrew Bacevich wrote an article for this magazine making a conservative case for Barack Obama. While much of it was based on disgust with the warmongering and budgetary profligacy of the Republican Party under George W. […]

A dispute between the Republican research firm America Rising and a Wikipedia editor named “Jehochman” has triggered a debate about editing Wikipedia pages during political campaigns. Jonathan Hochman, founder of an Internet marketing and technology firm in Cheshire, Conn., is the man behind Jehochman. In his spare time, Hochman monitors potential conflicts of interest and controversial edits on the free encyclopedia. […]


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