Cruz Trump

Ever since the end of the Cold War, pundits and self-styled sages have predicted that isolationism would emerge as a potent force in the Republican Party....

More than 25 years after he last sat in the Oval Office, Ronald Reagan still towers over his party like a giant, one-man Mount Rushmore....

I’m not sure of much, but I am sure that the New York Times columnist Gail Collins doesn’t like Scott Walker. Her dislike for him...

“How the mighty have fallen!” crowed a blogger for Reason, the libertarian monthly. It was the summer of 2013, a few months after Kentucky Senator...

When I arrived at Marquette University in the 1980s, a lively topic around the copy machine was when, and in what company, a teacher at...

To Make Men Free: A History of the Republican PartyBy Heather Cox RichardsonBasic Books, 416 pages Opponents of today’s Republican Party delight in using the party’s...

In March 2014, Ted Cruz of Texas sought to separate himself from his Senate colleague from Kentucky by invoking the name of Ronald Reagan. “I’m...

If I were a libertarian, I’d want my money back. No less an authority than the New York Times proclaimed the dawn of a “libertarian...

Republican candidates have lost the popular vote for president in five of the past six elections, going back to 1992. In each of those contests,...