Mark Steyn writes:
So, barring the intervention of the FBI and the Justice Department into the Democrat primary, the United States presidential election this November will offer voters a choice between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. That’s not “boosterism”, as this no-name tweeter puts it. It’s arithmetic, it’s reality, it’s what it is and where we are. This year’s primary campaigns were the semi-finals: On the Democrat side, socialism lost to cronyism. On the Republican side, constitutional conservatism lost to populist nationalism. Cronyism and populism advance to the Super Bowl. Deal with it. They’re the only two teams left. Pick yours.