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.
Yesterday, the House of Representatives Democratic Caucus staged a “sit-in” on the US House floor to protest the lack of a vote on gun control measures. This act was completely out of order and at times very petty. And there was one member of the Virginia Republican Delegation who took to Facebook to air his […]
Stewart describes “Team Virginia,” Trump’s recent visit to the commonwealth, future campaigning here, how to unify the conservative movement behind Trump, “racist” comments, and more.
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.