As Donald Trump begins his 7th Month in Office, this interesting and provocative take on the future is interesting read:

One of the interesting things about the great realignment elections—1860, 1932, 1980—is that the presidents who win them (Lincoln, FDR, Reagan) never run simply against the losing candidate. Nor do they run simply against the party of that candidate. They run against a decades-long regime, which is never simply a party or political regime, but…

via We have the opportunity for a realignment. We don’t have a party to do it. Yet. — Corey Robin