Coherence matters in presidential politics. The Democrats, with no clear candidate and no clear offering, have much ground to make up in 2019.
The problem is not populism, but the populist.
The driving energy of this populist revolution is found in the desire to erect a New Jerusalem which, as in Calvinist Geneva, will differentiate between those who are saints and those who are not.
[H]ow is it possible that a man as ignorant and unable to understand the complexity of international relations occupies the Oval Office today?
Sexism, like homophobia, is populism’s calling card.
[H]istory has proven time and again that populism is a two-edged sword, capable of both harming others and oneself.