The former Texas governor has been a product of disruption—but also its victim.
Why Ted Cruz's friendship with the Donald could mean trouble for his campaign.
The last one’s a doozy.
A few highlights from our archives relating to Texas’s junior senator.
The governor gave a rousing speech, but his interpretation of the Constitution is too narrow
The Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin has some advice for Governor Rick Perry, should he choose to enter the presidential race in 2016.
Wayne Slater has a piece in the Morning News today that touts Rick Perry’s viability for a political comeback. His thesis is that Americans love a good comeback story, and he cites the examples of former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford and former New York congressman Anthony Weiner.
We’ve been through this before, so permit me to ask the question: Can anyone make the case that Rick Perry has a realistic shot at the Republican nomination for president? Okay, the National Journal did (sort of), but I can’t. The race for the 2016 nomination will take…
"I don’t know anyone nationally who’s scoffing at this," says the chairman of the state GOP.
…the reaction from the right wing of the Republican party is going to be a ferocious backlash of “We told you so.” The GOP decided to stick with the front-runner, Mitt Romney, as is its long-established habit, and while it is certainly too early to say that Romney is in…