What is the most salient case for Donald Trump’s reelection? National Review’s Rich Lowry argues that, for still persuadable voters, it is not the president’s record or his personal conduct
Noah RothmanTrump’s reelection won’t halt the advance of a revolutionary and illiberal brand of leftism, but his defeat won’t make it go away either. It's a phenomenon that predates Trump and the incentives to attack its root causes don't yet exist.
Noah RothmanThat vision of politics as totalistic was common, and it’s not surprising that a form of totalitarianism arose from it.
Noah RothmanIf anything, this trend toward radicalism is organic. It won’t disappear entropically. If it is to be stopped, Democrats must actively stop it.