November 20th, 2012
08:48 PM ET

The future of the Republican party: "We need to talk about kitchen table issues, not taxes" says Reihan Salam

With President Barack Obama winning re-election and losing seats in the House and Senate - members of the GOP continue to tackle what conservatives need to do to be victorious in the future.

New York Times columnist David Brooks writes in his latest op-ed, The Conservative Future about writers and bloggers  from the center-right weighing in on where the conservative movement should go after a lackluster election year.

Brooks cited Reihan Salam, writer for National Review and CNN contributor as a conservative writer who promotes that Republicans should hold on to social conservatism and focus on helping American families elevate their socio-economic status.

OutFront tonight: CNN Contributors Reihan Salam and Roland Martin.

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  1. Joey at Purdue Univ

    Hey, there's a lot of brilliant writing in hip-hop. The GZA's "Liquid Swords" album was the first of any genre to ever reference the Borgia crime family that I'd heard. If you want a Philosophy 101 class in five minutes, listen to "The Mystery" by Rakim; and "Room w. a View" Brother Ali is painting narratives like Edgar Allan Poe.

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    November 20, 2012 at 9:10 pm | Reply

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