The Republican Party was founded to ensure that the rights and liberties enshrined in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution apply equally to everyone. But recently, the party has lost its way.
We're Republicans. We believe in limited government and individual liberty. We believe in the same rules for everyone – from the average citizen to the president of the United States. And we believe that the character of our leaders is the destiny of our country.
There are many Americans just like us, and there is strength in our numbers.
Crisis of Leadership: Republican Voters Denounce Trump’s Coronavirus Failure
If you’re as disappointed in Trump’s leadership during this crisis as these Republican voters are, sign up here to help us restore competent, honest leadership in the White House. Policy fights can wait. Character matters now.
Why Did President Trump Lie About the COVID-19 Crisis?
In a crisis, there are three rules that must be followed when communicating with the public: Be first. Be right. Be credible. President Trump has often been first but he has seldom been right and he has never been credible.
Justice Department Alumni Speak Out Against Political Interference
The rule of law means no special treatment for friends of the president. See the letter thousands of Justice Department alumni have signed condemning the corruption of law enforcement here.
Alexander Vindman Deserves Better
This isn’t how the president is supposed to treat military heroes who obey the law. Our military deserves better. Our country deserves better. Lt. Col. Vindman deserves better.
Thank You Senator Romney
Senator Romney gave our nation hope with his sincere demonstration of faith in the face of an excruciating decision. He broke with his party on behalf of his country. He gave us a rare example of ethics in government, and we’re grateful for it.
Thank You, Mitt Romney
Mitt Romney did something nearly unheard of these days: He put his country above his party. He voted to convict President Donald Trump, in an act of extraordinary political courage. Thank you, Sen. Romney, for being a patriot.