After losing the 2012 election to an incumbent who had failed to push unemployment below 8 percent, the attitude of the Republican Party turned sour. GOP may as well have stood for Grumpy Old Party. But all is not lost. Constantinos Scaros identifies 20 tips that will help the party move beyond recent losses, reclaim their respectability, and win.
Constantinos E. Scaros is a presidential historian specializing in voter behavior. He has taught history, political science, law, criminal justice, and journalism for over twenty years at numerous colleges and universities and is the author of several books: Learning about the Law, Learning about Immigration Law, All about Torts, Welcome to College, and Understanding the Constitution. He is an attorney, newspaper editor, and political analyst as well. A lifelong Christian, he also writes extensively on matters of religion and spirituality. Most importantly, he has been following politics closely since 1976 and has predicted every presidential election (ten and counting) correctly, several months in advance. A native New Yorker, he lives with his family in central Pennsylvania.