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Barry Goldwater

  1. the national interest
    The Republicans’ Long War to Roll Back the New Deal Is Finally OverA decades-long quest quietly perishes.
  2. capitol riot
    The Bozell Family Tradition of Right-Wing ExtremismBrent Bozell IV, arrested after the Capitol Riot, seems to have followed in the footsteps of his media critic father and his Francoist grandfather.
  3. vision 2020
    How Georgia Became the Ultimate Battleground StateGeorgia Democrats have slowly come back after brief successes under Carter and Clinton. But in the January Senate runoffs, they have their big chance.
  4. past is prologue
    The Reasons To Not Like IkeAs the new Eisenhower Memorial opens, a more measured examination of the 34th president and his legacy is appropriate.
  5. vision 2020
    Does Labor Day Mark the Beginning of the Real Presidential Race?Legend aside, most presidential races are largely decided before Labor Day, with partisan polarization and early voting contributing to that reality.
  6. vision 2020
    New Hampshire Can Be UpsettingThe Granite State has a history of nasty surprises for expected presidential primary winners.
  7. racism
    Racism Has Thwarted American Ideals From the Beginning, and Still DoesInstead of complaining about greater recognition of racism in American history, conservatives should realize it has been their enemy, too.
  8. orange county
    Republicans Are Now Outnumbered in Conservative Bastion of Orange CountyRonald Reagan once called Orange County, California, “where all good Republicans go to die.” Now demographics and Trump are turning it blue.
  9. republicans
    Why Trump’s Takeover of the GOP Doesn’t Mirror Goldwater’sTrump won. Goldwater never had a chance.
  10. historical revisionism
    Yes, Candace, the Southern Strategy Is RealIn an egregious statement of historical revisionism, right-wing controversialist Candace Owens denies some very basic facts.
  11. Does Bolton Represent an Unhinged ‘Cheney/Trump Wing’ of the GOP?Maybe Bolton — like Cheney and Trump — doesn’t represent any school of foreign-policy “thinking,” but instead pure bellicose action.
  12. Endangered California Republicans Feuding Over IdeologyHaving fallen to a historic low point, California Republicans are still fighting over conservative purity and loyalty to an unpopular president.
  13. Clinton Campaign Releases Sequel to Famous Anti-Goldwater AdIn 1964, lifelong Republican Bill Bogert told television viewers why he couldn’t bring himself to support the GOP nominee. In 2016, Bogert is back, to do the very same thing.
  14. the national interest
    It Would Be Nice If True Conservatives Were Empiricists, But Let’s Face ItSome historical Real Talk.