In the May issue of Townhall Magazine, two Townhall staff members debate whether there’s room on the Right for a third party in American politics.
Over time, the relationship between the establishment GOP and grassroots members has wilted more than a bouquet of roses after Valentine’s Day. November’s election results meant the return of a question that’s haunted American politics for several years: is a third party the way to go for those unhappy within the GOP? Or will such a split ensure the very causes these voters are fighting to promote will never become policy in D.C.? Two Townhall staffers, Guy Benson and Heather Ginsberg, step up to offer their personal cases for and against such a third party.
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