The 2016 campaign defies traditional analysis. Viewing it through the usual Democrat versus Republican template misses some of the critical lessons. This campaign was not right versus left but rather establishment versus non-establishment with the establishment getting thrashed.
Yes, elections have consequences. Hopefully “…more jobs, more revenues, more wealth, higher wages, and lower energy prices.”
Trump is right about political correctness… Donald Trump is succeeding, we’re told, because he appeals to angry voters — but that’s obvious; tell me more. Why are they angry, and how does he appeal to them?
“… people are fed up with the old-time politicians like Haley Barbour that haven’t done anything.” Well to be fair, he has done Kemper.
“The fact that Sen. Cruz is leading in Iowa and has been clear in his opposition to the (ethanol) mandate should put all of the subsidy-hunting lobbyists on notice that their days are numbered…if he wins, It would kill investment in second generation biofuels by creating “uncertainty” about future levels of government support.” No wonder […]