Tucker: Republicans Need Their Mojo Back
Steven Brodie Tucker writes that there is no triumph in disunity and hatred is a poor card to play at the negotiation table. The GOP can do better.
Shewmake: Wisconsin Republicans’ Power Grab is a Disgrace to the Grand Old Party
What the Wisconsin Republicans are doing to strip the offices of governor and attorney general of power during a lame duck session is short-sighted, disgraceful, and disrespectful to the electorate.
Making the Republican Party Worthy of Its Success
Republicans need to learn to govern in a good economy. Steven Brodie Tucker expands on that thought.
A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand
Former RPV Executive Director Ed Matricardi calls on Republicans to work together to win
Waters: Religion & Public Life
Libertarian U.S. Senate nominee Matt Waters believes Libertarianism is the best expression of Christianity.
Storrs: When You’re Clinging Onto Control, Interpretation Matters
From inside the Troxel, Fitzgerald, and Adams dictatorship
Free: Trouble With the Curve
Democrats frequently have trouble with the curve that refers to declining government revenues due to over-taxation.
Pillsbury: My Very Brief Life on the 2000 John McCain Campaign
Sen. McCain passed away after a very public battle with brain cancer.
Free: The Case for American Steel
Our steel industry is one part of a great tapestry of a recovering American economy.
Lynn Fairchild Martin: A Life Well Lived Giving Us Friendship and Laughter
For all of us, Lynn was that person who came at the right place and right time.