Cesar Conda

Mr. Conda, formerly assistant for domestic policy to Vice President Cheney, is a founding principal of Navigators Global, a Washington, D.C.–based public-affairs firm.

Cesar Conda, a former Bush-Cheney White House domestic-policy adviser and senior aide to three Republican U.S. senators, is founding principal of Navigators Global.

Debating Arizona

Ramesh, perhaps it is you who have been misled about the new Arizona law. According to some very smart lawyers and immigration policy experts I’ve consulted, proponents of the new law ...

Re: Waste and Fraud

Today’s Florida Senate debate been Marco Rubio and Charlie Crist was full of telling moments, on issues like the stimulus, taxes, and spending. But for fiscal conservatives interested in finding ...

Obamacare Isn’t RomneyCare

In today’s Wall Street Journal, my good friend Grace-Marie Turner of the Galen Institute focuses on the similarities between Obamacare and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney’s health-care plan. But she ...

When Lawyers Attack

We all know lawyers are a fraternity, but in this case the lawyers denouncing Liz Cheney and Bill Kristol seem to think being a member of the bar in good ...

The Crist to Rubio Switch

Last May, I wrote about why I thought Florida governor Charlie Crist was an acceptable fiscal conservative (the Cato Institute had given him an “A” on its Fiscal Policy Report ...

On Bob Novak

I first met Bob Novak during the 1988 Republican convention in New Orleans, where I was a member of the platform committee’s policy staff. I remember being surprised that a ...

Why Taxing the Wealthy Won’t Work

Earlier this week, I noted here that Treasury Secretary Geithner and NEC Director Summers were both taken to the woodshed for essentially admitting that President Obama’s new spending will require ...