Playing around with my favorite new general election toy.
At the convention, delegates make the rules.
Voters may be wrong to choose Trump—but they’re not wrong in believing we need borders in our society once more.
Trump is the natural product of American civil religion.
Voters long frustrated by establishment positions on trade and immigration found their voice.
The history of foreign-policy realism suggests that the GOP frontrunner may be more pragmatic than his critics claim.
With the Kingdom losing diplomatic favor, Capitol Hill can end a reckless policy.
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As he tries to be more “Presidential,” the substance of Trump’s foreign policy gets less distinctive.
At least I’m giving you something new to talk about.
He has no one to blame but himself for his failure to snap up foreign-policy moderates.
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