Stephen Sestanovich: Neither party’s voters are isolationist in the traditional sense. They still favor an active U.S. role in world but disagree more than they used to about how that role should be exercised.
THEY SEEM INCREASINGLY DESPERATE: David Harsanyi: The ‘Isolationist’ Smear; ‘Isolationist,’ much like ‘neocon,’ is quickly becoming a meaningless label used to smear opponents.
Voters are more convinced than ever that neither major political party in Washington, DC is on their side. Now roughly one-out-of-two Likely U.S. Voters (49%) think it’s fair to say neither party in Congress is the party of the Amer...
Stephen Sestanovich: In 1989, Francis Fukuyama’s argument took on a life of its own in part because so many wanted to disagree. There’s a parallel in the reception of Thomas Piketty’s new book on inequality.