Why Senate Control Matters

David Leonhardt of The New York Times explains how control of the Senate influences climate change, judicial appointments, and the overall future of the U.S.


The Battle For Your Brain

We’re partisans by nature, and once we pick a side we see the world in red or blue.


CNN Analyst: New ISIS Beheading Just ‘Guaranteed’ UK Cooperation in U.S. Campaign

Lt. Col. Rick Francona suggests that the beheading of a British aid worker will “galvanize the British population” to support military action against ISIS.

Behind the scene photo from September 11th, shared on Fleischer's twitter

George W. Bush’s Press Secretary Recounts Morning of Sept. 11 in Tweets

Former Press Secretary to George W. Bush sheds light on how social media would have influenced the reporting of the events of September 11th, 2001. In memoriam, 13 years later, Fleischer shares a detailed account of that day via twitter.

Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond at an independence rally in Edinburgh, Sept. 9. Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

The Age of the Unthinkable

Past TCG speaker, John Micklethwait: Tumultuous days in the world’s democracies present an opening for conservative ideas to flourish.

on October 17, 2013 in Washington, DC.

Polls Show Path Of Least Resistance To GOP Majority

Nate Silver, founder and editor in chief of FiveThirtyEight, provides some insight on the fate of Republicans and Democrats in the upcoming Midterm Elections.


Surf’s Up

Will there be a GOP wave in the Senate—or a wipeout?

pat roberts

The Non-Wave Election

In the battle for control of the U.S. Senate, what’s most remarkable is how little has changed over the summer.

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