Posts Tagged ‘2016 election’


Calm, Cool, Collected?

Today’s conservatives could stand to learn from Ronald Reagan and show more emotion, more conviction, more sense of urgency.

The Weekly Standard, May 12, 2014
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    Health Care Wonks Turn to 2016

    The Obamacare battle may come down to this: Can conservatives advance an alternative that deals with both coverage and costs and therefore invites full repeal, or can liberals explain how they’d somehow reform the notoriously unpopular overhaul?

    Politico, April 26, 2014
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    Not Ready for Hillary

    To win back the presidency, the Republican Party needs to combine a solid reform agenda with a candidate who prioritizes the middle class over elite special-interest groups.

    The Weekly Standard, March 24, 2014
  • President Obama: I’m the Law

    It’s time for policymakers and candidates—from the right and the left—to make plans to restore the constitutional rule of law that the Obama administration is trampling.

    Forbes, February 12, 2014
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    The NFL Draft and the GOP 2016 Nominating Rules

    By embracing innovative, sweeping reforms of the Republican Party’s badly broken presidential-nomination process, Reince Priebus has the chance to become the Bill Walsh of the GOP., January 13, 2014
  • The GOP’s Low Identification Rate—and What to Do About It

    A redesigned Republican presidential-selection process, which empowers rather than marginalizes rank-and-file GOP voters, would reinvigorate the party and stop it from bleeding members.

    National Review, January 10, 2014
  • Strengthening Families through Tax Reform

    The 2016 GOP presidential candidates should advance smart, pro-growth, pro-family tax-reform plans to fuel prosperity and invest in the country’s future.

    National Review, November 4, 2013
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    A Republican Nomination Process


    A new presidential-nomination system, modeled after the process that ratified the Constitution, would provide huge benefits for the Republican Party and the country.

    National Affairs, Summer 2013
  • Avoiding Another 2012

    Agreeing that the current presidential primary process must go, Charen writes that Anderson and Cost’s proposal would clearly fix some of the GOP’s woes and might produce better candidates.

    National Review, July 30, 2013
  • For GOP in 2016, Some Medicine

    The presidential-selection process calls out for changes, and the Republican National Committee is starting to consider the merits of various proposals.

    The Washington Post, October 2, 2013
  • Executive Summary: A Republican Nomination Process


    This summary of Anderson and Cost's proposal for presidential selection reform provides a condensed overview of their essay published in National Affairs.