Once again, Florida’s Ron DeSantis proves he has all the right enemies.
Trump and Palin formed an early bond long before he ran for president in 2016, something she encourages him to do again.
Despite positive momentum in primaries this year, America First, populist, and nationalist factions will be contending with more RINOs following the November midterm elections.
Vance’s primary opponents remain hell-bent on convincing Ohio voters that he is a secret NeverTrumper who will betray the popular former president the moment he takes office.
The upcoming Georgia primary is one of three big contests where Trump has handpicked challengers to upend fellow Republican incumbents.
Ron DeSantis’ fight with Disney is morally correct—and good politics too.
While Trump has made other endorsements in competitive Senate primaries, the Ohio primary will be one of the first serious tests of his clout.
A conversation at the gun range with U.S. Representative David McKinley.
Every vote from the Supreme Court’s justices on hot-button issues needs to become a political issue for the senators who voted for those justices.
Republicans who tout their business-friendly environment need to realize it comes at a cost.
We need an America First Plan. Today.
Democrats don’t know how to define what a woman is. Turns out, neither do some GOP governors.
This sort of Republican leadership is a no-squish zone.
Thanks largely to corporate media and GOP saber-rattling that make him look prudent by contrast, Joe Biden has arrested his freefall in the polls which cite his Ukraine policy.
Gender ideology, just like CRT, offers Republicans the opportunity to support parental rights and cultural sanity against woke overreach and cultural insanity.
Politicians need more than the right platform or good vibes. They need a team and a strategy focused on winning—not just the election, but the war we all recognize we’re fighting.
It wouldn’t be tit-for-tat. Republicans can justify an impeachment based on a host of this administration’s policies that cleary violate the Constitution.
The West Virginia Republican, locked in a fierce primary fight, continues to raise money for his legal defense against a congressional ethics investigation.
J.D. Vance passed up on a comfortable path of accolades and rewards. It speaks well of his character—and his candidacy.
The loss of a congressional seat means the ethically challenged representative will face off seventh-generation West Virginian, David McKinley.