This is the future of the Republican Party
We’re so close to making the Republican Party into a true conservative party. We all know how frustrating it is to try so hard and fall just short, but politics is a marathon and not a sprint. We must keep striving to elect conservative candidates at all levels of government.
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At a Monday conference hosted by Heritage Action, conservatives presented the policy agenda for a center-right Republican Party.
Over nearly eight hours, Sens. Mike Lee, Ted Cruz and Tim Scott, as well as Reps. Phil Roe, Tom Graves, Tom Price, Jim Jordan, Matt Salmon, Raul Labrador and Jeb Hensarling, joined with conservative scholars and leaders to present solutions for college, health care, marriage, energy, privacy, cronyism, education, federalism and, of course, the welfare state.
Republican leadership was conspicuously absent.
The Politico article on the conference opened with Speaker of the House John Boehner’s December declaration that conservative groups had “lost all credibility,” contending that the summit “is a sign that the conservative wing of the party heard Boehner loud and clear.”
But that just isn’t so.