Ed Rogers
PostPartisan Contributor

Ed Rogers is a contributor to the PostPartisan blog, and a veteran of the White House and several national campaigns. He is the chairman of the lobbying and communications firm BGR Group, which he founded with former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour in 1991. Rogers has been involved with numerous Republican political campaigns, including the presidential campaigns of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. In the first Bush White House, he reported to chief of staff John Sununu. In the Reagan White House, he worked in the office of political affairs.

Latest by Ed Rogers

The Insiders: Are there any political consequences to the Bergdahl debacle?

The White House will continue to dismiss the president’s critics as fringe fanatics, no matter what happens with Bowe Bergdahl or the five Taliban prisoners whose house arrest ends in May.

The Insiders: Campaign staff in the crosshairs

It now appears campaign staffers have become fair game and will be held accountable for their Internet footprints.

The Insiders: It’s never too early to speculate about the vice presidential selection

The Insiders: It’s never too early to speculate about the vice presidential selection

Talking about the vice presidential nomination at this stage of the game is ridiculous -- but still fun.

What is wrong with Ted Cruz?

What is wrong with Ted Cruz?

To many in the GOP, Cruz embodies the debacles that have damaged the GOP brand in the last few years.