When conservatives want to stay on message, they should follow their heart

It’s easy to dismiss the conservative messaging of the past.

But conservatives have the chance to regain their footing in the new political landscape.

In this week’s Axios podcast, we look at the potential to rebuild conservatism and reclaim it from the political forces that have taken it down a notch.

Our guests are a trio of political strategists from a variety of backgrounds who are trying to figure out what it takes to build a brand and regain the confidence of conservatives who have been left out of the current debate over the direction of the GOP.

Our podcast features: • Mark Halperin, former chief White House correspondent for The Washington Post.

• Stephen Moore, president of the Club for Growth, which is backing former Florida Gov.

Jeb Bush for president.

• David French, a longtime adviser to former Speaker Newt Gingrich and the Republican National Committee.

• Josh Marshall, a former political operative for Jeb Bush’s 2012 campaign.

This week’s episode is hosted by Jonathan Swan, host of The Political Angle, and John Bresnahan, who is the author of How to Win Friends and Influence People: How to Lead a Revolution in America.

For more information on this podcast, please visit Axios.com.

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