By Hugh Hewitt | 04/13/14 09:55 PM
There are very few genuinely new moments in American politics. Ronald Reagan's election in 1980 was one of them. Barack Obama's triumph in 2008 another. Both were transformative elections, presidencies and men.
By Hugh Hewitt | 04/06/14 11:58 AM
Two interviews this week with two potential GOP candidates for president in 2016. Two very different reactions from Beltway media, and those differences tell us much about the GOP problems and opportunities ahead, especially when combined with the reaction to New York Times' columnist Thomas...
By Hugh Hewitt | 03/30/14 03:03 PM
In George Will's wonderful new book A Nice Little Place On The North Side: Wrigley Field At One Hundred, a "sometimes terrible truth" appears on page 156: "[Being] a sports fan is a physical condition as well as a psychological condition." Draw your own conclusions, but the obvious one is that...
By Hugh Hewitt | 03/23/14 03:50 PM
If one or more of the would-be 2016 GOP nominees steps forward soon with a detailed plan on how to reshape and fund the Defense Department from 2017 through 2020, he or she will instantly achieve a significant advantage in the race for the Republican nomination. There is simply no established...
By Hugh Hewitt | 03/16/14 05:11 PM
Texas Gov. Rick Perry endorsed the re-election of Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., on Saturday, giving the Republican leader in the Senate another boost on his way to re-election. “Leaders like Mitch McConnell who have the courage to stand up for conservative principles, even when it means...
By Hugh Hewitt | 03/09/14 04:09 PM
The Conservative Political Action Conference has come and gone for 2014, and Sen. Rand Paul won the straw ballot which is held every time the party gets started. Paul, R-Ky., racked up 31 percent support among the partiers, and the CPAC gang is indeed prone to party. Sen. Ted Cruz , R-Texas,...
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