A former Reagan coordinator speculates (in 1976) about the future of conservatives in the Republican Party.
On the Newsstand:Republican
HPR interviews Robert Costa, Washington Editor of the National Review, about today's state of media and politics.
The causes of dysfunction in American government run deeper than the ideological divide between the Democratic and Republican Parties.
Two Republicans write in and ask advice for their party
The GOP can shake up the future of American politics if it reverts to being the party of Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt.
How the Christian right movement can return to the political mainstream
The HPR talks to Brady Campaign President Dan Gross about gun control, the Newton tragedy, and the NRA.
Republicans must face political reality heading into the 113th Congress.
Mitt Romney accuses President Obama of bribing key groups of voters with "binders full of contraceptives."
The 2012 Virginia Senate race could guide Washington towards bipartisanship.
Six HPR writers analyze Mitt Romney's recent choice of Paul Ryan as his running mate.
Romney's bold choice could translate to more concrete proposals and an energized base.