Over the past six months, dozens of leading GOP operatives and politicians have listened to public opinion and decided their 2012 platform is, indeed, “moss-covered”
Karl Rove, the “Architect” behind George W. Bush’s political ascendance, leads the list of Republican veterans that firebrand conservatives wish to eliminate from the party.
The Republican Party will release a report today that provides the blueprint for how it must adapt from its 2012 electoral defeat
After a disappointing presidential election with establishment candidate Mitt Romney, the Conservative Political Action Committee looks to its libertarians for resurrection.
Libertarian Sen. Rand Paul stole the show from under Sen. Marco Rubio’s nose at the opening session of the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Brent Bozell, the founder and president of the Media Research Center, claims that the return on investment for Rove’s American Crossroads Super PAC is a measly 1.29 percent.
Saul Anuzis, a former candidate for GOP chairman and the past chair of the Michigan party, confirmed to TIME that he is exploring a run to replace retiring Democratic Sen. Carl Levin in 2014.
The son of evangelist Billy Graham tells TIME why he has agreed to support President Obama in passing universal background check legislation.
After Obama’s crack team trounced Mitt Romney’s efforts on the web, the Republican Party has decided to get a technological makeover.