It appears that to allow Bannon to make any point (let alone win it) would be to risk the total and utter death of Zanny Minton Beddoes
The former publisher of The American Conservative is a case study in contrarianism gone haywire
‘The last thing we want is for us, the Brits, having made a momentous decision, to be drawn back into the tractor beam of Brussels.’
A labour movement that cooperates with conservatism would broaden the benefits of a strong stock market and reduce the drive to radicalism
Thanks to Trump, the Republicans are facing a grim electoral landscape
Tipping point for Ted
The New Class patronised the poor, whereas Trump listened
What is wrong with 21st century liberals? Where is their willingness to go into battle against people they consider to be backward and dangerous?
Cancelling the former White House strategist might win back the respect of New Yorker readers — but it won’t help in their quest to explore ‘Ideas’
And that’s saying something
In years to come, no one is going to talk about ‘kavanaughing’ a candidate
His rival Beto O’Rourke is just four points behind him in the polls
The rooted ask the great unasked question in American foreign policy: What does this war mean for my block, my neighbourhood, my town?
He represented the demise of a vital link with liberals to forge interventionalist coalitions
The President has created a Republican Workers Party
Will Trump’s support damage Brian Kemp in the Georgia race?
The President’s preferred candidates had the edge on Tuesday
He was a man of many virtues. It’s a shame his politics were so flawed
‘We fought as hard as we could. And, though we fell short, the failure is mine not yours’
I don’t love the way she thinks
Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp face off — and they couldn’t be more different
Weekly Standard editor Stephen F. Hayes is lashing out for a reason
Republicans have stuck by Trump through thick and thin...so far
‘The Great Manipulator’ is back on the warpath on two continents.
The Kentucky senator is able to bridge Trumpism and old-guard Republicanism while pointing both in a more libertarian direction