The (not very) "Christian" right is following an atheist philosophy. Listen to Ayn Rand's own words. Who do you follow?
Facebook has a new competitor, the Tea Party Community. Can this conservative community compete with the social media giant?
The “alternative right” is a another form of conservatism growing alongside the Donald Trump movement and popular websites such as Breitbart. Will it help propel Mr. Trump to the White House?
We are continuing our attempt to see the Trump ascendancy, within the Republican ranks, within the context of American political, economic, and, if necessary, social history.
Slowly but surely making our way to the end of the alphabet on The Donald (Trump) and his presidential campaign. But of course, as always, our goal is historical contextualization, not tabloid expose.
This is Part Q of the series. We're still trying to understand where Donald Trump came from, politically.
Over the past two installments we have been developing the theme of the Good Cop-Bad Cop Squeeze. We are moving forward with that.
This election cycle has certainly been entertaining in the sense of hearing how the Republican party and its candidate have alienated different groups of voters. Here's a summary.
We are still trying to make sense of the rise of Donald Trump. We are giving that effort some historical context.
We are continuing our project of putting the Trump Presidential campaign in historical perspective.