Conor Lamb Wins Pennsylvania House Seat, Giving Democrats a Map for Trump Country
Ramesh Ponnuru: Republicans mostly wrong about Conor Lamb's views
Democrats' midterm choices: Liberals, moderates, both?
A revolt in Trump country
Democrats seek balance between base's demands, election wins
Can Democrats Think Strategically About Trump Country?
Democrats hoping to knock off GOP incumbents with veterans
GOP divided on how to use tax cuts to match Dems' anti-Trump enthusiasm in 2018 midterms
Democrat Conor Lamb's Upset Victory Is Also A Win For Massachusetts' Seth Moulton
Can Democrats reboot their winning ways?
Democrat's dilemma: An energized left or moderation
Republicans aren't in denial. They know they're in trouble.
Wham, bam, thank you Lamb
Despite What Paul Ryan Said, Republicans Still Wrong About ...
Despite What Paul Ryan Said, Republicans Still Wrong About Conor Lamb. ... Ramesh Ponnuru is a Bloomberg View columnist. He is a senior editor of National Review and the author of "The Party of Death: The Democrats, the Media, the Courts, and the Disregard for Human Life." ...
Ramesh Ponnuru on Why Republicans Are Wrong About Conor Lamb
Bloomberg View contributor Ramesh Ponnuru explains that despite what Paul Ryan said, the new Democratic congressman from Pennsylvania is not a conservative. Republicans should stop portraying ...
Conor Lamb Is No Conservative on Abortion - Bloomberg
view. Republicans Are Wrong About Conor Lamb. Despite what Paul Ryan said, the new Democratic congressman from Pennsylvania is not a conservative. ... Ramesh Ponnuru is a Bloomberg Opinion ...
Republicans are mostly wrong about Conor Lamb - Daily Reflector
Republicans are mostly wrong about Conor Lamb. Ramesh Ponnuru. ... Ramesh Ponnuru is a Bloomberg View columnist, senior editor at National Review, visiting fellow at the American Enterprise ...
Conor Lamb -- Not a Conservative | National Review
Ramesh Ponnuru — Ramesh Ponnuru is a senior editor for National Review, a columnist for Bloomberg View, a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and a senior fellow at the ...
Conor Lamb Is No Conservative on Abortion - BloombergQuint
Conor Lamb Is No Conservative on Abortion. ... Conor Lamb, as a liberal. A Republican PAC ran an ad calling him a "liberal sheep" who would spend his term "voting the straight liberal party line for Pelosi's extreme agenda. ... Ramesh Ponnuru is a Bloomberg View columnist. He is a senior ...
Viewpoints: Look To Idaho For Final Break From Obamacare ...
Bloomberg: Republicans Are Wrong About Conor Lamb Before the election, Republicans wanted voters to think of (Connor) Lamb as too liberal to support. ... and not a Republican in the wrong party ...
The rising cost of college: Blame professors, too | TribLIVE
A new study documents a pernicious way that the umbrella of ever-greater federal subsidies for higher education provides cover for ever-rising tuition that soaks taxpayers, ...
The Collapse of the Never-Trump Conservatives - Thee RANT
A Ramesh Ponnuru editorial in Bloomberg blurted out this truth: "In 2016 we found out that conservative elites didn't speak for Republican voters." This split between the party's base and its donor class (as well as the donor-funded intellectuals) was years in the making, but it became obvious once Trump became the nominee.
Viability of Trump's Midterm Coattails Uncertain | Newsmax.com
The biggest question being asked is whether the president's increasing approval rate will translate to election coattails carrying congressional Republican candidates to victory. It's a valid question, especially in light of the Pennsylvania special election upset by Democrat Conor Lamb over Rick Saccone, which saw an area where Trump ...
gun control - AEI
Ramesh Ponnuru; March 16, 2018 | Bloomberg View. Republicans are wrong about Conor Lamb. View related content: Politics and Public Opinion.
Five Questions About Rick Perry | National Review
One says his strength on the cusp of his announcement mostly had to do with his being a relative unknown and not yet in the race. ... #ad#Many voters worry that Republicans are too willing to ...
Guest Columns | wacotrib.com
Ramesh Ponnuru, Bloomberg View: Who's really to blame for President Trump's mounting problems? ... which consists mostly of fundraisers, Fourth of July parades, etc. Retail politics is not a good ...
Congressman John P. "Jack" Murtha (D-PA 12th, in office 1932 ...
Ramesh Ponnuru: Republicans mostly wrong about Conor Lamb By Ramesh PonnuruBloomberg News Before voters in Pennsylvania's 18th congressional district cast their ballots, Republicans cast the Democratic candidate, Conor Lamb, as a liberal.
MTP Daily, Transcript 12/20/2016 | MSNBC
PONNURU: The polarization is not mostly of the form, I`m with this team because I love all the things they believe in. I`m with this team because I love the things.
Is Social Conservatism the Problem? - The American Scene
Is Social Conservatism the Problem? Both Ramesh Ponnuru and Rod Dreher make the case against scapegoating social conservatives for recent Republican defeats. Though they both come from very different places — Ramesh is a rock-ribbed Reaganite and Rod is an unorthodox Aristotelian — they reach a similar conclusion.
Political Strategy Notes - The Democratic Strategist
At Politico, Elena Schneider reports that "Republican Rick Saccone holds a slim lead over Democrat Conor Lamb in the special election for a Western Pennsylvania congressional seat, according to a Monmouth University poll released Thursday…Saccone leads Lamb, 49 percent to 46 percent, the poll shows — only a marginal edge for Republicans ...
8 Key Issues Missing From the Debates So Far - The Atlantic
8 Key Issues Missing From the Debates So Far . ... or the wrong kind of attention, to others. Conor Friedersdorf noted the total absence of ... but as National Review's Ramesh Ponnuru ...
"Arrogance" and Ideology - The Democratic Strategist
He was tossed into a district with Democrat Conor Lamb, fresh from his astonishing special election win in more difficult terrain. And Blum is a conservative ideologue who won and was reelected in Iowa's very good Republican years of 2014 and 2016, but is endangered by what appears to be a Democratic comeback in that state.
Romney's 47 Percent Line Is a Common GOP Trope, and it's ...
Ponnuru and New York Times columnist David Brooks make the same sensible retort to this line of argument, namely that the biggest "takers" of federal government largesse are seniors, ergo Republicans.
Was the "Libertarian Moment" Wishful Thinking? | Cato Institute
T his debate, featuring Cato executive vice president David Boaz, National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru, Reason magazine editor-in-chief Matt Welch, and The Atlantic staff writer Conor ...
Political positions of Jeb Bush - Wikipedia
Jeb Bush is a Republican politician in the United States. ... Ramesh Ponnuru of the conservative National Review, ... Bush has stated that his personal views were informed by his Catholic faith.
Ramesh Ponnuru: Rand Paul and the Myth of the "Libertarian ...
Even the original pre-Marxian "Left" - the original bourgeois republicans - were overtaken on their own left by believers in "public hygiene" interpreting wrong statements as wrong conduct.
17 standard and whimsical metrics to watch as Trump era gets ...
The Republican president at the time, Ronald Reagan, mostly resisted those pressures. If he faces similar conditions, Trump seems likely to choose differently. - Ramesh Ponnuru
17 Metrics to Watch in the Trump Era - BloombergQuint
The Republican president at the time, Ronald Reagan, mostly resisted those pressures. If he faces similar conditions, Trump seems likely to choose differently. RAMESH PONNURU
Bloomberg View: 19 columnists toast, roast Obama as he leaves ...
During his eight years in office, Bloomberg View has published hundreds of columns about President Barack Obama, critiquing his policies, assessing his successes and analyzing his failures.
Wonkbook: After Obamacare, will Americans ever trust the ...
Wonkbook: After Obamacare, will Americans ever trust the government again? ... Celebrating the wrong sector. ... Ramesh Ponnuru in Bloomberg.
Bats Left/Throws Right: 3/1/13 - Blogger
Curry quotes National Review's Ramesh Ponnuru at a recent debate at the American Enterprise Institute: "You could make the argument that the beginning of the end of Republican dominance in Washington was the Iraq War, at least a stage of the Iraq War, 2005-06."
"Food Stamps in Four Hours" - Slate Magazine
"Food Stamps in Four Hours" Hello? Republicans? ... unlike Ramesh Ponnuru, actually wants to win!. ... It was crazier from a political point of view ...
The Other McCain: 9/27/09 - 10/4/09
Labels: Andrew Breitbart, Andrew Sullivan, Conor Friedersdorf, The Republicans Who Really Matter. More signs of consciousness in the electorate. ... who found the first one at The Other McCain. ... Does George Allen recoil in horror at being introduced to Dinesh D'Souza or Ramesh Ponnuru?