Tag Archives: populism

Good Old Joe

Alan Zendell, November 14, 2017 Jake Novak of CNBC thinks Joe Biden “is the exact opposite of the kind of candidate voters in both parties proved they want in the 2016 election.” He cites a lot of facts, like the … Continue reading

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Saving Ourselves From Trump

Alan Zendell, October 2, 2017 The longer this country suffers with Donald Trump as president, the more urgent it feels to counter the negative impact he’s having on it. But as urgent as it seems, it’s also befuddling. It feels … Continue reading

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The Trump Phenomenon

Alan Zendell, June 22, 2017 There’s been a lot written about the Trump phenomenon, but it still boggles the imagination in many ways. Look at the various subgroups that make up his base of support, and you’ll invariably come away … Continue reading

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