Hello from somewhere in U.S. airspace! I (Tina) am headed to Des Moines for the Family Leadership Summit, the nation’s top intersection between evangelical Christianity, the 2024 presidential race, and TuckerCarlson. And then I’ll be in West Palm Beach where the MAGA Gen-Zers are congregating for Turning Point Action. Come say hi to the short blond Asianish woman if you see me!
In the meantime, my latest reporting on the historical drama roiling the House Freedom Caucus, where...
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One odd quirk of the House Freedom Caucus, that hardline group of forty-something rabble rousers that was founded in 2012 to strong-arm G.O.P. establishment snowflakes into submission, is that no one knows exactly who is a member at any given time. This confusion derives, in part, from the group’s Fight Club-esque rules: Most importantly, you do not talk about the Freedom Caucus.
Apart from Chairman Scott Perry and its self-declared members, fellow travelers cannot be identified by...
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