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The Fourth Turning: The Only Way Republicans Win in 2024 | The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

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MenuThe Fourth Turning: The Only Way Republicans Win in 2024Progressive conservatism was Trump’s secret weapon in 2016.Editor's PicksSign Up to receiveHot OffThe PressWhat happens now? Trump was defeated, but more than 74 million people voted for him, and Republicans won’t elect a president in 2024 if they leave the party. And yet that obviously won’t suffice. The party will need both the Trump supporters and the voters who can’t stand him, and that means Trumpism without Trump and a reversion to an older Republican Party.Arthur Schlesinger Jr. and Heather Richardson have identified a...

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America Held Hostage | The American Spectator

MenuAmerica Held HostageThis is how the Left campaigns to remove President Trump.Editor's PicksSign Up to receiveHot OffThe Presseading today’s national media is like staring down a bottomless pit. Le vertige des grandes profondeurs, the French call is. The vertigo from looking down a deep hole. And just when you thought we had reached bottom, there’s deeper level to the madness. It seems incomprehensible, and yet there’s a simple explanation. America is being held hostage.We began by re-fighting the Civil War. Until recently we had left that behind us, and non-racist white southerners were...

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American breakup: secession is much closer than we think | Spectator USA

American breakup: secession is much closer than we think | Spectator USA

The United States is ripe for secession. Across the world, established states have divided in two or are staring down secession movements. Great Britain became a wee bit less great with Irish independence, and now the Scots seem to be rethinking the Act of Union (1707). Czechoslovakia is no more and the former Soviet Union is just that: former. Go down the list and there are secession groups in nearly every country. And are we to think that, almost alone in the world, we’re immune from this?Countries threaten to split apart when their people seem hopelessly divided. I’ve seen it already....

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What’s at Risk in Redivided America? | The American Spectator | Politics Is Too Important To Be Taken Seriously.

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MenuWhat’s at Risk in Redivided America?For Republicans, our nation’s future. For Democrats, being called Canadian.Editor's PicksSign Up to receiveHot OffThe Pressoday’s great political divide is not over the ballooning federal debt or health care or any of the things that we used to argue about. Rather, it’s about when and how we should reopen the economy as the fear of the coronavirus pandemic lessens. Conservatives incline to a swift return to the way things were, while liberals worry that doing so would undo the work that’s been done to stop the spread of the virus. We’ve sorted...

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