Young Voters are Willing to Listen, It’s Now Up to Republicans to Speak to Them

Republicans have many reasons to celebrate, not just because we made crucial gains in the U.S. Senate, but because we laid an incredible foundation for future victories. Nowhere is that more evident than the tremendous gains we achieved in the youth vote, both in terms of turnout and vote share. These gains were achieved in…
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No Longer the “Party of No”: Reform Conservatism Take Center Stage

In the late aughts Democrats made political hay by tagging Republicans with the label of the “Party of No.” In three short words they were able to caricaturize and denounce the entirety of conservative thought as simply being against progressive ideals. This put Republicans in a bind. Should they embrace the label because, yes, they…
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Americans Deserve a Debate Between Security and Privacy

It’s safe to say that President Obama’s second term is off to a rocky start. Between the Benghazi mistruths, the IRS’ misdeeds, the AP and Fox News investigations, and now, the admitted snooping into Americans’ phone records, it has been a less than stellar second act for the one-time golden boy of politics. Then again,…
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