By Nicholas Stix
This is from last May, but it reads like it’s hot off the presses.
[WSJ:] “[T]he GOP’s Buchanan wing is making a comeback.”
“Now it is true that, while Nixon and Reagan won 49-state landslides and gave the GOP five victories in six presidential contests, the party has fallen upon hard times. Only once since 1988 has a Republican presidential nominee won the popular vote.
“But was this caused by following this writer’s counsel? Or by the GOP listening to the deceptions of its Davos–Doha–WSJ wing?
“In the 1990s, this writer and allies in both parties fought NAFTA, GATT and MFN for China. The WSJ and GOP establishment ran with Bill and Hillary and globalization. And the fruits of their victory?”
[Read the whole thing at VDARE.]