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What’s the Matter with Washington?

By on October 29, 2015 with 0 Comments
What’s the Matter with Washington?

by WILLIAM B. LACY

A political veteran now living and working in Kansas says something is missing in our national political debate – mainly, a sense of history.

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Why Ideas Matter

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Why Ideas Matter

by GOVERNOR HALEY R. BARBOUR

The former Chairman of the RNC and current Chief Executive of Mississippi says policy, not politics, is the key to the GOP’s future.

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Bold Leadership, Tough Choices

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Bold Leadership, Tough Choices

by MATT BLUNT

What one Governor is doing to control spending in his state.

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Q&A with Landon Parvin

By on October 21, 2015 with 0 Comments
Q&A with Landon Parvin

The legendary GOP speechwriter talks about the importance of words in politics and why Republicans are facing such a challenge.

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Reagan in Youngstown

By on October 21, 2015 with 0 Comments
Reagan in Youngstown

by WILLIAM C. BINNING

It’s been said that politics these days is fought along the margins, with each party trying to motivate its political base while the political center is virtually ignored.

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“Empathy for the little guy” – A Q&A with Ed Rollins

By on August 13, 2014 with 0 Comments
“Empathy for the little guy” – A Q&A with Ed Rollins

The manager of Jack Kemp’s run for the White House discusses the ’88 campaign, the promise of his candidacy, and why his bid for President ultimately came up short.

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Union Man

By on August 13, 2014 with 0 Comments
Union Man

by JOSEPH MCCARTIN

Based on his book, a look at why Ronald Reagan fired 11,000 air traffic controllers in 1981. Joseph McCartin says, “Ronald Reagan, the beacon of modern American conservatism, believed in collective bargaining for government workers.”

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The New Politics of Evasion

By on July 16, 2014 with 0 Comments
The New Politics of Evasion

by WILLIAM A. GALSTON and ELAINE C. KAMARCK

A quarter century after Democrats moved to the center to regain relevance, a look back at their move and the lessons fore Republicans todya.

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