Dick Morris and Eileen McGann contend that fiscal, not social, conservatives now dominate the GOP grassroots.
Conrad Black argues that the Republican presidential candidate must come from this fall’s crop of winners.
Chester Finn and Michael Petrilli give Republicans a dose of “reform realism” on education.
Jim Geraghty chats with Brian Walsh, political director of the NRCC, about the GOP’s chances in November.
The editors confront Democrats over their election-eve scare tactics.
Andrew Stiles examines Sen. Russ Feingold’s political travails.
Phil Kerpen urges Democrats not to raise Social Security taxes during a lame-duck session.
Victor Davis Hanson predicts Obama will win re-election if newly elected Republicans bicker.
Clifford May warns that al-Qaeda and Iran are ideological brethren.
Deroy Murdock says Congress should stop buying land.