Wednesday, August 31, 2016


It has supplanted the old GOP agenda that "didn't care much about preserving Social Security or keeping young people out of endless foreign wars," reports NPR's Mara Liasson, suggesting that "the GOP will never again be the party of entitlement reform, open borders, nation-building and big trade deals" — Republicans Consider Lasting Impression Of Trump On Their Party.

I joined the GOP to vote for Ron Paul in the 2012 primary, and if this new "populist strain" holds, I'll stay there. And, no, I am not among those "alienated with his raw appeals to white identity politics."

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