And, yes, he is running for office.
All was not lost on Friday for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and his conservative cohort.
The tea party isn't what is once was. But the IRS's targeting of conservative groups could give the movement some new momentum.
When the South Carolinian leaves the Senate next year, who else in the GOP Conference might fill his shoes as a conservative antagonist? There are some possibilities, but the biggest one might be nobody.
Conservatives like Mitt Romney. They really, really like him.
Nearly six in 10 voters want smaller government, but they aren't all supporting Mitt Romney. Why not?