The former Florida governor may be running out of time to prove to Republicans that he is a viable contender.
Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and John Kasich each hope to best the Republican boy wonder in New Hampshire.
Candidates accuse the Democratic president of deliberately weakening the United States.
Republicans describe the fight in civilizational terms but don’t call for substantial changes in strategy.
Robert Gates argues against plans from his own Republican Party for war in Syria.
Americans are no more interested in another Middle Eastern war than they were a week ago.
Jeb Bush keeps failing to impress voters. That worries party actors who are looking for a candidate.
Republicans who accuse the president of pulling out of Iraq “prematurely” are not facing up to the facts.
There are Republicans who are committed to winning elections again. There may not be enough.
Jeb Bush’s optimistic and reform-minded conservatism isn’t inspiring Republican voters yet.