Republican Establishment on Townhall

Jack Kerwick - Wed Mar 19

Steve Deace - Sat Jun 8

Washington, D.C. - Mon Mar 18

Ahead of a report coming out on Monday, Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus says that part of the reason his party lost the White House was because it failed to connect with voters. Sharyl Attkisson reports. ... more

Rachel Alexander - Mon Mar 11

Republicans are losing elections in part because they are losing key demographic groups. Some of those groups, like Hispanics, are growing, making them impossible to ignore. 37 percent of the country is nonwhite. Hispanics comprise 16 percent of the population, accounting for half the population growth within the past decade. 51 percent of children born in California are Hispanic, and 46 percent of the population in New Mexico is Hispanic. ... more

Michael Barone - Thu Feb 21

One of the interesting things about recent elections is that Republicans have tended to do better the farther you go down the ballot. ... more

Matt Towery - Fri Feb 8

For most in the political commentary business, labels come and go. I've read reactions to columns throwing about labels like "RINO" (Republican in Name Only) and "Establishment," coupled with others using terms like "radical," "ultraconservative" and "Neanderthal." ... more

Thomas Sowell - Tue Jan 1

The beginning of a new year is often a time to look forward and look back. The way the future looks, I prefer to look back -- and depend on my advanced age to spare me from having to deal with too much of the future. ... more

Thomas Sowell - Wed Nov 14

Some media pundits see in the growing proportion of non-white groups in the population a growing opposition to the Republican Party that will sooner or later make it virtually impossible for Republicans to win presidential elections or even to control either house of Congress. But is demography destiny? ... more

Daniel Doherty - Thu Nov 8

Scott Rasmussen - Fri Sep 21

Mitt Romney's comments about 47 percent of Americans being dependent on government and locked in to vote for President Obama highlight a fundamental reality in American politics today: The gap between the American people and the political class is bigger than the gap between Republicans and Democrats in Washington, D.C. ... more

Scott Rasmussen - Fri May 11

When relationships go bad, an early warning sign is that one side doesn't really hear what the other is saying. That's certainly the case today in the relationship between voters and America's political class. ... more

Ann Coulter - Wed Apr 25

The actual Republican Establishment –- political consultants, The Wall Street Journal, corporate America, former Bush advisers and television pundits -- are exhorting Mitt Romney to flip-flop on his very non-Establishment position on illegal immigration. ... more

Townhall.com Staff - Mon Mar 5