Posts Tagged ‘Republican party’

Republicans and Canceled Health Plans

In advancing real health-care reform, Republicans should learn a key lesson from millions of Americans’ response to Obamacare’s having cost them their health-care plans: move in steps.

National Review, October 30, 2013
  • Labor Republicanism

    In contrast to those who favor handouts over earnings, or Wall St. over Main St., labor Republicans value work and advance imaginative policies to benefit the typical American worker.

    Weekly Standard, November 4, 2013
  • What’s Next For Conservatives

    Conservatives should advance innovative policy ideas, like proposals for an Obamacare alternative, a family-friendly tax code, more and better roads, and affordable higher education., October 29, 2013
  • Start a Family …

    GOP policy should be informed by new analysis showing a positive correlation between marriage rates, inexpensive real estate, and Republican voters.

    The Weekly Standard, April 22, 2013
  • Election

    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
  • The Country Party

    The Democrats’ shift toward economic elitism affords Republicans an enormous opportunity to embrace a new organizing principle: being the party of economic populism.

    National Review, July 29, 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
  • Featured video

    What Conservatives Are For

    Senator Mike Lee discusses the conservative agenda at the Heritage Foundation and encourages conservatives to share their vision of community and liberty.

    YouTube, April 22, 2013
  • It’s Not ‘the Affordable Care Act,’ Republicans

    In the battle for real health-care reform, the term “Obamacare” gives Republicans a welcome and significant rhetorical advantage, which they should wield rather than squander.

    The Weekly Standard, June 17, 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.