People who knew both Sen. Helms and President Reagan reacted harshly when I asked if Sen. Cruz reminded them of either Republican leader.
We need to learn from our mistakes in Iraq, not repeat them.
So many firsts and great things happened between Friday and Saturday that I needed yesterday to make sense of it all.
With its base growing grayer and whiter, while also shrinking as a percentage of the national vote, the Republican Party better start listening.
Word-association games can often reveal a bedrock perception of an individual or thing. What if we applied this parlor game to the prospective field of 2016 presidential candidates? If you were given the name of a prospective candidate, what is the first word or phrase that pops into your mind? Here’s my partial list: Chris […]
Some Americans want to believe in a nefarious government,.
The Kentucky Senator criticizes the bureau's pursuit of MLK, so he should work to get that legacy removed from its edifice.
Messages show that lawyer Bruce Fein was angry about the way he had been treated by Paul and former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli.
The 2016 nomination contests are underway, which means it's time to start separating what's real from the hype.
Republicans' two favorite bones buried together: Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama
By Carter Eskew
May 13, 2013