Adam Graham: Does President Trump deserve the king-sized credit he’s given for standing behind Brett Kavanaugh in the face of stiff opposition?
Adam Graham: While Ben Sasse is often discussed as a 2020 Presidential candidate, he could also return to the Senate as an Independent.
Shane Vander Hart: U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) understands that a Senator’s role is to uphold the Constitution, not be the President’s cheerleader.
Adam Graham: Likely, for the GOP, attempting to move past Trump will be like pouring new wine into old wineskins about to burst. If we want a conservative party that genuinely speaks to all Americans regardless of race or gender, the only way we’ll get it is to replace the Grand Old Party with a Brand New Party.
Adam Graham: What does the Federalist Party need to do in 2018 to become a refuge for the conservatives fleeing the GOP?
Shane Vander Hart: I pulled the trigger. I changed my voter registration from “Republican” to “no party.” I declare my independence from party politics.
Gustavsson: How should the GOP should move on if there is a link found between Trump and Russia?
Dr. Kristin Held: Politicians cannot keep their promises to bring us affordable care until they expose this dishonest and corrupt collusion.
Kelvey Vander Hart: Republicans must remind the political world of who it is that cares, who gets things done. We must fight back against liberal propaganda
Adam Graham: I entered 2016 as a longtime Republican and leave it as a Christian citizen more troubled than ever about the direction of this country.
Shane Vander Hart: Evangelicals need a course correction after 2016 when polls showed many evangelicals changed their beliefs to accommodate a candidate.
Kelvey Vander Hart: I love conservatism, but as a Millennial, watching the right’s attempt at outreach to this generation can make me cringe.
Adam Graham: Americans voting according to their consciences can have a huge impact on this election and can force parties to reform or die.
Shane Vander Hart: Donald Trump has made several unforced errors, but talk of him dropping out of the race or becoming “presidential” is wishful thinking.
Shane Vander Hart: Never Trump doesn’t mean voting for Donald Trump when we couldn’t stop his nomination. Never means never, I won’t vote for him this fall.
Frank Luntz declared that Republicans have lost the Millenial generation, but those who engage, inspire and challenge Millenials will make inroads with them.