SubscribeStar Saturday: A Banner Week for Populism

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It was a banner week for populism and national sovereignty.  At the time of this writing, it appears that the sham impeachment trial against President Trump is headed for a speedy acquittal, with the Senate voting 51-49 against hearing any further testimony from new witnesses.  Here’s hoping that complacent Republican voters get the message:  the Democrats will concoct any whimsy necessary to destroy not only President Trump, but any Republican who dares to challenge their progressive hegemony.  We can’t afford to let these people control a local PTA chapter, much less a chamber of Congress.

Across the pond, the British quest for independence from the managerial-authoritarian clutches of the European Union is finally complete.  After three-plus years of wrangling—and progressive attempts to overturn a fair referendum—Great Britain is finally free again.

The battle is far from over—indeed, it never is—but we could be witnessing a new birth of freedom and national sovereignty around the globe.

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2 thoughts on “SubscribeStar Saturday: A Banner Week for Populism

  1. […] The magazine was also an early supporter of Margaret Thatcher’s candidacy to lead the Conservative Party, and supported leaving the European Economic Community as early as 1975, well before it morphed into the odious European Union.  The celebratory article (you can also read it at The Spectator USA) demonstrates the magazine’s longstanding commitment to British independence: […]

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