Jay Cost watches politics like a hawk. And so from time to time we check in to see how he’s processing what he sees. And so here you’ve clicked. He gave National Review Online’s Kathryn Jean Lopez his early-December view of political matters primary and general.
(Cost, by the way, has a book coming out next May, Spoiled Rotten: The Story of How the Democratic Party Embraced Special Interests, Abandoned the Public Good, and Came to Stand for Everything It Once Opposed, which can be pre-ordered on Amazon.)
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