Rubio Bashes GOP's Trickle-Down Defense of Tax Reform

Sen. Marco Rubio speaks at a Senate Judiciary Committe hearing, March 14, 2018.

Senator Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) is challenging his fellow Republicans’ attachment to the tenets of “trickle-down

We Came Out Fighting

The American Conservative at its conception was a fighting countercultural magazine. Its founders and early contributors believed, in different but compatible ways, that what passed for conservatism in the United

Conservative organisation unveils devise to condense spending by $12 trillion

The conservative Republican Study Committee (RSC) on Wednesday unveiled a fiscal 2019 budget blueprint that would slash federal spending by $12 trillion over the next decade.

The 169-page RSC budget, dubbed

At GOP Convention in Worcester, Gov. Charlie Baker gets 70 percent of opinion – and also a challenger

WORCESTER - A proverbial ant came to Gov. Charlie Baker’s picnic on Saturday. Mr. Baker, according to pollsters the nation’s

At GOP Convention in Worcester, Gov. Charlie Baker gets 70 percent of opinion – and also a challenger

WORCESTER - A proverbial ant came to Gov. Charlie Baker’s picnic on Saturday. Mr. Baker, according to pollsters the nation’s

Buehler Looks To Nov As Other Republicans Question His Conservatism

State Rep. Knute Buehler, R-Bend, is already focused on a potential fall election matchup against Democratic Gov. Kate Brown. 

His TV advertising focuses on attacking the governor and makes no

What Happened to Conservatives?

E. J. Dionne Jr. is a syndicated columnist, professor of government at Georgetown University, and a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. His most recent book is Our Divided Political