That’s one way to do outreach to voters who may feel alienated by the presumptive Republican nominee for President.
Musings on a presidential campaign.
“Liberal” being a relative term, naturally.
What Greg Abbott and the Republican party should have learned from their state convention.
Campaigns get complicated when politics and gender collide. Just ask Wendy Davis.
Harry Reid to the left of him. The tea party to the right. Senator John Cornyn on the challenges of running a “big tent” GOP in a time of fierce partisanship.
Some Texas delegates at the Republican National Convention think Governor Rick Perry and Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst should give someone else a chance to run the state.
Cracking the whip.
There are three plausible reasons for the reduction: 1. Olson is winning and doesn’t need the money. 2. Olson is losing and the money can’t save him. 3. Some other race is more important to the Republican party. Here’s how RedState sees it: The NRCC [National Republican Congressional
THE LEGACY OF THE TUMULTUOUS Republican state convention in San Antonio is that the state GOP is headed for open warfare between its mainstream and ultraconservative factions. The defining incident of the convention was not the unsuccessful attempt by pro-life dissidents to prevent U.S. senator Kay Bailey Hutchison from becoming