‘It’s in my life’s blood. It’s what turns me on’
Pair of former governors doing well so far
‘To President Carter, I want to issue a a sincere apology’
That was fast
‘The president is waving the white flag of surrender’
‘I’m running to take on the important issues and make the hard decisions, not to avoid them or play politics with them’
‘The left may control Hollywood, but they don’t control the hearts and minds of a majority of Americans,’ Jindal said
Cruz, Paul, Rubio and Santorum aren’t on this list
‘This is a huge victory… [but] the fight isn’t over,’ says Rep. Eric Cantor
Would they have stopped McAuliffe?
“Bobby Jindal’s presidential campaign is over,”
As DC ground to a halt — not much slower than usual — states carried on better than ever.
As D.C. shuts down, Republicans are succeeding at the state level.
Former Florida governor cautions that Republicans’ influence is ‘relative’
‘Even as there is gridlock and dysfunction in Washington’
Obama’s lawyers resort to Watergate-era desegregation case to stop vouchers
‘What the extremist left is arguing against is affordable energy’
Millenials are skeptical of one-size-fits-all control of education policy, and they’re looking for new solutions.
‘We are not a debating society. We are a political operation that needs to win’