- Associate Professor of Politics, 2002-present; Assistant Professor of Politics, 1996-2002, University of Virginia
- Visiting Research Scholar, Department of Government, London School of Economics, 1999
The accusation of GOP race-baiting seems like an election year constant. But it has changed in two crucial ways that have severely eroded its power.
Liberal confidence and its companion disdain for conservative thinking comes in the form of four major narratives about who conservatives are and how they think and function.
After the election, there are a few things we can all agree on.
There might be one thing worse than hundreds of academics and journalists ignoring the Right: the same group writing about it.
The close campaign between Clinton and Obama may be decided in a smoke-filled room in August.
The record shows that the civil rights movement was advanced most by Republicans.
Is the extraordinary growth of the U.S. nonprofit sector cause for concern?
A review of Thomas B. Edsall’s Building Red America: The New Conservative Coalition and the Drive for Permanent Power.
What do conservatives have to look forward to in 2007?