2016 is here.
It's happen... well, some announcement is coming.
If the 2016 presidential elections were held today, Hillary Clinton would become the next President of the United States, according to a Rasmussen poll released Tuesday. But Governor Scott Walker would give her a run for her money.
Marking the 50th Anniversary of her book, A Choice, Not an Echo, Phyllis Schlafly of Eagle Forum received the Paul Weyrich Award for her life of service to the conservative movement on Wednesday evening at the Annual Weyrich Awards Dinner.
In poll results released over the weekend, Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton trounced other potential democratic presidential nominees by a minimum of 45 percentage points in three different states. The NBC poll queried potential voters in New Hampshire, Iowa, and South Carolina.
The Friday Filibuster: The one-stop-shop for everything you need to know about this week in politics.
Fundraising -- not polling statistics -- is the strongest indicator in the GOP camp for a nominee.
Civil forfeiture. Sentencing reform. Felon voting. These are all largely unsexy issues that don't particularly strike the chords of grassroots conservatives.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) talks to RedStates Erick Erickson about foreign policy, criminal justice, and his vision for the future of the United States.