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.
Adam Graham: If he doesn’t right the ship talk of dumping Donald Trump could quickly move to action, and instead of getting applause and affirmation, get fired.
Brian Myers: With Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton occupying the White House what we need are the mercies of God and an Article V Convention of the States.
Shane Vander Hart: I was, am now, and will always be #NeverTrump. I can never, ever support Donald Trump for President of the United States.
Graham: The traditional view of the political spectrum has led to poor analysis and poor decisions. It is crucial to understand how people think and vote.
Donald Trump on the Today Show that he would add exceptions of incest, rape and the life of the mother to the Republican Party platform on abortion.
So much is being determined on political polling for the 2016 race, are these polls something that we can really rely on? Shane Vander Hart says no.
In a packed room in Waukee, Iowa, Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) pointed to problems with establishment Republicans acquiescing on principles.
Princeton law professor Robert George encourages Republicans to keep fighting for traditional marriage even if the Supreme Court imposes its own definition.