The Seismic Shift Happening In American Politics
Closest to what: Philosophical conservatives might support the Republican party because Republican candidates are the closest to what they want.
The libertarian problem: The problem that libertarians have had is that they can’t stand being with one another.
A moderate Republican: By today’s standards, John F. Kennedy would probably be considered a moderate Republican.
A different party: Politicians sometimes have a better chance of winning a race if they run for a different party.
Themselves in danger: Universities, corporations, and bureaucracies are putting themselves in danger by the way they’re currently talking about issues.
Not the solution: The American people are seeing for the first time that government is not the solution to their problems.
No collective bargaining: Unlike at the state level, there’s no collective bargaining in the federal civil service.
The common thread: When you look at bureaucrats, the common thread is a lack of accountability.