The War Against Change by John Michael Greer for The Archdruid Report.
Greer argues that the Democratic Party is the party of a failed status quo, except maybe for Bernie Sanders, who wants to restore a few of the New Deal programs of the past. It is the Republican Party that is the party of change—change for the worse.
Inside the GOP Clown Car by Matt Taibbi for Rolling Stone.
The 10 Trump Rules by Barry Lefsetz for The Big Picture. [Added 8/14/2015]
Donald Trump understands how American politics has changed, and the other candidates don’t.
Jeb Bush and Carlos Slim by Steve Sailer for The Unz Review.
The foreign policies of George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush and Jeb Bush are all shaped by the Bush family’s business ties with Mexican business and political dynasties.
Election 2016: Jeb Bush Leveraged Political Connections for Clients and Allies After Leaving Florida Governorship, Emails Show by Andrew Perez, David Sirota and Matthew Cunningham-Cook for International Business Times. [Added 8/15/2015]
Scott Walker Gets Schooled by His Neighbor by Eleanor Clift for The Daily Beast. [Added 8/14/2015]
Democratic Minnesota outperforms Republican Wisconsin.
Scott Walker wants to fire academics with whom he disagrees politically by Michael Mann and Randi Weingarten for The Guardian.
Chris Christie vs. Rand Paul by Andrew Napolitano for The Unz Review.
Chris Christie doesn’t care about the Fourth Amendment or the rest of the Bill of Rights.
How Bobby Jindal Broke the Lousiana Economy by Stephanie Grace for Newsweek. [Added 8/14/2015]
Ted Cruz Wants to Subject Supreme Court Justices to Political Elections by A.J. Vicens for Mother Jones.
Rick Perry Is on the Payroll of His Super-PAC’s Biggest Sugar Daddy by Patrick Caldwell for Mother Jones.
Sam Brownback guts Kansas even more: This is life under America’s worst Republican governor by Paul Rosenberg for Salon. [Added 8/14/2015]
Tags: Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie, Democrats vs. Republicans, Donald Trump, Election 2016, Jeb Bush, Mexico, Mexico-U.S. Relations, Republican Party, Rick Perry, Sam Brownback, Scott Walker, Ted Cruz