Posts tagged with republican
3 February 2013 - The Establishment vs. The Tea Party; Or, Why Word Choice Leads to an Irrational Narrative
The struggle between Tea Party and Establishment is probably less about ideology — I think everyone’s fundamentally on the same page — than it is about tactics.
2 December 2012 - Of Bread, Circuses and Ovaries
The 99 percent. The 47 percent. Sandra Fluke. Cardinal Dolan versus Secretary Sebelius. Single women giving 68 percent of their vote to Barack Obama. Each of these talking points waltzes around a thorny problem for American governance: The challenge of entitlement reform in a culture with far too many fallen soldiers in its “little platoons.”
11 November 2012 - Post-Election Reflection: 10 Ideas for Conservative Renewal
I think right now, the GOP has ample opportunity to fine-tune its operations and re-think some pernicious policy preferences that don’t really belong to conservatism.
20 May 2012 - Local Politics: An Exercise in Depression
Political leadership, no matter how high or low, is a public trust, not a personal endowment. So be responsive stewards.