Yes, we should discuss the Clintons' past

It is not accident that as values collapsed, as family disintegrated, the welfare state, big government, has grown and taken its place.

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Using the IRS to suppress free speech

After the Citizens United decision, the president himself weighed in, expressing his outrage about the decision, indicating his intent to "develop a forceful response to this decision."

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Chris Christie is no presidential contender

He has demonstrated that his own political calculations are more important to him than his party or his nation.

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Why Republicans lost Virginia governor's race

The Republican Party still has not learned lessons necessary to reverse setbacks of recent years.

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Ted Cruz and Ben Carson, a 2016 dream team

Both are living examples that personal success is not about government programs but about taking personal responsibility.

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Traditional values will attract more blacks to GOP

A 2011 Gallup poll showed that whereas 39 percent of whites say they are "very religious," 53 percent of blacks do.

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Tea Partiers must hang tough

Compromisers tell us that we have no choice but to resign ourselves to a bloated, second-class America.

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The Republican Hispanic challenge

Many Republicans have bought the myth that the immigration issue is the main barrier between Hispanics and the Republican Party.

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We have a national crisis in character

Does anybody really think we can change big government without talking about the human attitudes and values that produced it?

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What went wrong last Tuesday

Republican Party operatives ignored both a clear definition of their product and savvy marketing to a diverse base of customers.

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