Matt Lewis is a conservative writer and blogger based in Alexandria, VA. He is a frequent guest on FOX, MSNBC, and CNN, and has appeared on various radio shows including NPR’s Talk of the Nation, The Hugh Hewitt Show, and WBAL’s Ron Smith Show. He also has been quoted in publications such as, The Washington Post, The New York Times and The Washington Times, and has authored articles for publications such as Politico, Human Events Online, and Campaigns & Elections Magazine. In 2002, Campaigns & Elections Magazine selected Matt as a “Rising Star of Politics.” Follow Matt on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/MattLewis01
Much has been written lately regarding how the Republican Party might re-form itself into a winning operation. Of course, this debate has been around for a long time, but our recent losses have reignited the debate.
Whether your candidate won or lost the election – and whether your campaign experience was a stressful 24-hour-a-day pace – or a fun-filled orgy of campaign debauchery and greasy food – or both – the odds are it was not easy to adjust to civilized life after the campaign ended.
The economy is the only issue we should be concerned with for this election. Right?
If the candidates are smart, they will do what I have done – look to past presidential debates for clues on what works, and what doesn’t.
The historic selection of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as John McCain’s running mate is igniting grassroots support.
Floyd Brown has angered the Left … again. Salon calls his recent TV ads about Barack Obama "inflammatory," and refers to him as "right-wing con man."
The American Solutions conference is the occasion, but it’s also excuse for pundits to question whether or not Gingrich will officially enter the presidential race (after all, he has told us he won’t announce his intentions until after the conference). The answer to that question depends on whom you ask.
How did the McCain’s campaign power through two horrible weeks of news without imploding?
They say you can’t come home again, but Granite Stater’s who turned out to see the Straight Talk Express roar into New Hampshire this weekend, would probably disagree.