The last time so many Americans tried to graft their politics on a UK result, John Major’s shock 1992 victory was supposed to ensure George Bush the Elder’s re-election. We saw how that worked out.
This is the final installment of my pre-vote series on the British referendum to Leave or Remain in the European Union. Here are the first seven posts I have written about the vote. The referendum will be held tomorrow. I have never thought Leave would be able to withstand the mass hysteria coming from London’s […]
Jonathan Rauch’s diagnosis of American politics fails by assuming the rest of the world is stable, rather than dynamically flexible in a way our antiquated two-party system no longer is. One, or both, of the “major parties” need to go.
This is the eighth installment of my continuing yet irregular series on the British referendum to Leave or Remain in the European Union. Here are the first seven posts I have written so far. The referendum will be held on Thursday. Whether it was the assassination of Jo Cox, or just the usual anxieties that […]
You know Trump is unfit for office, but you also know no one else can claim a mandate of support from your party. I humbly recommend you just admit it, skip nominations, and let Gary Johnson be Hillary Clinton’s chief opponent.
While all the attention was paid to Dave, Nigel, and Boris, I think this week will be remembered as the week the British and Northern Irish heard Labour Leave voices for the first time – and that could be the difference.
A new book on how the Obama Administration “achieved” capitulation on the installment plan reveals that the talks began long before Clinton left the State Department, and even before the mullahcracy’s brutal 2009 crackdown.