It has been almost three years since the Brexit vote. The case for going back to the people is strong.
In Europe, socialism carries no red-scare potency. It’s part of life, and Europe is not Venezuela.
After nearly three agonizing years, the people are fed up. What’s next — recession, civil unrest or another referendum?
Jew hatred has re-entered the European mainstream. It makes an irrefutable case for the need for a Jewish homeland.
The land of milk and honey promised by the Vote Leave campaign in 2016 has turned into a nightmare.
The Trump administration manages to turn Germans into Gaullists, ready to flirt with Russia and contemplate strategic independence.
It's no longer worth pretending Trump is not in the authoritarian camp. The shock has passed. European powers are thinking again.
Instead of fanning fear, the president should listen to people on both sides of the border.
The immigration system is broken but the president has no interest in fixing it.
At the heart of homogenization lies emptiness. Anything-but-this anger follows.