News, news, news.
The pivot could also be reflective of the new environment Trump created in the West Wing after dismissing divisive, nationalist figures like former chief strategist Steve Bannon. With Bannon gone, the more moderate faction of the West Wing, consisting of New Yorkers like economic adviser Gary Cohn and senior adviser Jared Kushner, will likely hold more sway over the president’s decisions.
Jewish liberalism in control. “4-D chess,” indeed!
First, I was warning about “Vox Day” on my blog long ago. Right again.
If opposition to the mixed economy and the welfare state is not an essential trait of the Right, then what is? On this matter, I follow Jonathan Bowden, who argued that the essence of the Right is the rejection of egalitarianism as the highest political value.
Agreed. That’s good sense and any reasonable interpretation of political history.
I also think there is something slightly absurd about debating whether a world-historical phenomenon like National Socialism merits being included in a contrived, ephemeral, marginal, and increasingly ridiculous category like the Alt Right. It is like debating whether King Lear merits being classed among Saturday morning cartoons.
My view is that we should abandon the Alt Right “brand” entirely.
Of course, I agree, but for different reasons than Greg, and this is something often discussed here and need not be gotten into with this post.