His chances of victory are minuscule, but he and other hard-right candidates will still be a headache for the G.O.P. in the 2016 primaries. Can mainstream Republicans stop him? Should they try?
The Republicans’ road map to a “Stronger America” sticks to the tired themes of tax cuts and spending cuts, no matter the need or consequences.
Mandate employment checks, joined with a path to legalization.
The Republicans’ proposed budget partly privatizes Medicare, turns Medicaid into block grants to the states, repeals the Affordable Care Act and reaches balance in 10 years.
A measure to create a victims fund hit an impasse over an abortion provision, and Republicans said they would not vote on President Obama’s attorney general nominee until it was resolved.