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Donald Trump


  • We Need a Unifier in 2020

    by Walter G. Moss

    Many of America's enlightened leaders have advised against divisive politics. In 2020, we would do well to remember that.



  • The Real Problem With Trump’s Rallies

    by Kevin M. Kruse

    There are a lot of similarities between the president and George Wallace of Alabama. But there’s also one big difference.



  • Why Clinton Got Impeached

    by Rich Lowry

    The anti-Clinton case then was stronger than the anti-Trump case is now.



  • Down With The Confederate Flag, Up With Donald Trump!

    by Rick Perlstein

    Removing the flag of the Confederacy, raising the flag of immigrant hating: the former doesn’t spell some new Jerusalem of tolerance; the latter doesn’t mean that conservatism’s racism has finally been revealed for all to see.

  • Henry Ford for President!

    by Joseph Kip Kosek

    The nation’s leading capitalist emerges as a surprise candidate for president.  His political views range from unknown to repulsive to incoherent, but he vaults to the top of early opinion polls.  He has that flair, that self-reliance, that je ne sais pas that set him apart in an undistinguished field.  The man, of course, is Henry Ford.  Long before Donald Trump burst into contention for the Republican nomination, Ford briefly became the most exciting prospect for the presidential election of 1924.