Donna Brazile, Danny O'Brien and Paul Ryan join Fox Corp. And they share one thing in common. A dislike for President Donald Trump.
The Senate voted along party lines after midnight Tuesday to pass a sweeping $1.5 trillion tax bill and is now sending to the House for a final vote.
The Republican Party has an honorable history. The present moment is one the party must move beyond, if only it can find the leaders it requires.
Wisconsinite James Hulsey told Paul Ryan, “We [Republicans] have a majority in the House and Senate and it feels like nothing’s getting done." Lots of people are getting frustrated.
Pundits think Trump was last week's biggest political loser, but he might not even have been playing their game. What was his game? Read The Art of the Deal.
MSM pundits blame Trump, Congress for Friday failure of Obamacare “repeal and replace” and toss in sell orders like Molotov Cocktails. But is this true?
It was clear even to the blind that the GOP couldn’t do the one thing it has promised to do for seven years, the one thing it says is vital to America’s future.
The GOP needs to repeal Obamacare in its entirety before it even begins thinking about a replacement.
Stocks up Friday morning, down hard in the afternoon, attempt a comeback in final minutes of trading. Chaos on Wall Street, re: AHCA fail. True? Maybe not.
John Roberts got it wrong in 2012. Tax or not, the federal government doesn’t belong in the health insurance business.
Republican members of Congress have released a plan aimed at repealing and replacing Obamacare, fulfilling a promise they made during the 2016 election.
Bret Stephens is fundamentally wrong on the biggest issue tearing conservatism apart. A Donald Trump defeat would be the death of conservatism.
Trump has taken a beating over the last two weeks, much of it self-inflicted. Making peace with Ryan may be acknowledgement that he needs the GOP.
Pence was self-deprecating, telling the audience that he is a boring man brought in to “balance the ticket” from the excitement of Trump. Still waters run deep.
Trump conservatives might hate Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney and Lindsey Graham, but millions of voters agree with them—Trump is a mess—and Trump needs their votes.
The people voted for Trump because he's absolutely not an insider. McConnell, Ryan and other GOP leaders are insiders to their core. Trump should ignore them.
Ryan says it's not enough for Republicans to say what they're against; they must say what they are for. That's bad news for Republicans who are against more government.
This is the first formal meeting between the two rivals since Ryan announced his refusal to back the billionaire for president.
Today's GOP is all talk and no action, kneeling at the altar of conservatism and never fighting for it. Trump's campaign mocks their very existence.
GOP Establishment insiders, like Paul Ryan and the Bush family et. al., are only seeing the devil in the details - not the will of the Republican voters.