A Tale of Two Elections: Why Conservatives Should Embrace Christie in 2016
Politics / Presidential Race 2016

A Tale of Two Elections: Why Conservatives Should Embrace Christie in 2016

As expected, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie cruised to a blowout victory in his reelection campaign on Tuesday, defeating Democratic state Senator Barbara Buono by more than 22 percent of the vote. While his decisive victory is a triumph for Republicans nationwide, especially blue state Republicans who seek to appeal to more voters, many conservatives … Continue reading

America / Gov. Officials / Politics

Olympia Snowe’s decision may be more important than last night’s GOP primary results

On Tuesday, Senator Olympia Snowe (R-ME) announced that she will not seek re-election this November, citing dissatisfaction with the current partisan nature of the Senate. While Wednesday’s headlines will be dominated by the battle between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum for the GOP nomination, I believe that Snowe’s decision deserves more attention than it probably … Continue reading


A Different View of the GOP Campaign Trail

The Florida Republican presidential nominee election took place yesterday, and Mitt Romney came out victorious. With the finalized results, many reporters and political scientists are feverishly anticipating the next steps for Gingrich, Paul, Romney and Santorum. In lieu of joining the journalistic hubbub about the elections, I offer an alternate perspective and a less conventional … Continue reading