Category: Electoralism/Democratism

Taking the Neither Pill

By Matt Taibbi On talking with Ben Shapiro, the death of Roe v. Wade, and the end of Normie politics. Last Thursday, I sat in a studio in Newark for the above interview with Ben Shapiro. It was a wide-ranging and oddly friendly discussion between a former Breitbart […]

Welcome Back to the 1890s

Trump’s main impact has been to revive pre-Reaganite/Neocon Republican traditions: Ike centrism, Nixon plutocratic populism, Taftian isolationism, Know-Nothing conspiracism, Hoover-Coolidge protectionism, classical liberal libertarianism, basically the GOP as it was in the 1950s. By Tim Reichert, The American Conservative Historically, a weakness of the Republican Party has been […]

A Man And A Mob

By Andrew Sullivan Weekly Dish Our Constitutional crisis is due to Donald Trump. And Donald Trump alone. “Frankly there is no idea more un-American than the notion that any one person could choose the American president,” – former veep Mike Pence. There is a tendency, and I understand […]