“It’s time for another candidate to step up and slap some sense into the Republican primaries”
The Case for Kasich
Why John Kasich should be the Republican nominee.
The Real Loser in Iowa? The Democratic Party
Of course there were obvious winners and losers in the 2016 Iowa Caucus, but the biggest loser of the Iowa Caucus was the Democratic Party.
LTE: A Response to “Winning Over Millennial Republicans”
I read Nicholas Hissong’s Feb. 1 op-ed, “Winning Over Millennial Republicans,” with interest; while I am not sure if I (having been born in 1997) count as a “Millennial” (my dictionary gives a 1994 cut-off date, but Neil Howe and William Strauss, who coined the term, give it as 2004), I am a young Republican,…
Winning Over Millennial Republicans
Many millennials who prefer Republican economic policy—free markets, lower taxes, and minimal government expenditures—simultaneously lean far to the left on issues like climate change, practical gun control, and marriage equality. The Republican Party, unfortunately, refuses to lean with them.
Pushing Back Populism in the 2016 Elections
America must resist the temptation of populism and unify behind a rational candidate. It is true that this election cycle lacks extremely strong candidates, but some more moderate ones are capable of leading our nation.