Any pundit who says Hillary Clinton will win likely lives in the Beltway Bubble, New York City, or Hollywood.
We don’t have an ‘establishment’ problem. The existence of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz establishes that fact.
Voters think Ted Cruz is very competitive with Donald Trump at being tough on terrorism.
Those who take the moral worldview traditionally associated with evangelicalism most seriously are quite unlikely to support Donald Trump, at least in the primaries.
The current problems in American governance may not stem from too much populism, but too little.
Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio and their respective supporters need to realize that the other is not the enemy. Donald Trump is.
Effective political coalitions are composed of hundreds of smaller overlapping groups, united by a common narrative but fundamentally self-governing. Democrats don’t and can’t have that.
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