Andrew Heaton makes the case for an American monarchy. I see the virtues of monarchies, though I think it just runs too much against our particular national character.
Adam Gurri writes about how modern liberalism needs to reconcile itself with nationalism, to some degree, Kristian Niemietz argues that the left and right both have some hard work ahead of them fighting populism, and in Jacobin Daniel Finn argues that there’s no going back on Brexit.
Eric Kaufmann looks at the relationship between Muslim immigration and backlash, and how the latter can be prevented.
Minnesota has done right by going left.
Maybe it was the US’s role to primarily be the cautionary tale in others’ stories?
Is disagreement becoming personal prejudice? I don’t know. What I do know is that if you are ever – ever tempted to tag something as the “last acceptable prejudice”… just don’t.