How to Avoid Being Racist at a Party: How to Get Away With It
The American conservative movement is in a state of flux.
There are people who have been around for years who are new to the game, like Sarah Palin.
And there are people, like Bill Kristol, who have made a name for themselves with articles like this one.
And then there are the people who came from the fringes of the right in the 1980s and 1990s, like the former head of the GOP, Dick Armey, who now runs a conservative think tank.
Kristol and Armeys are both part of a movement that has been largely relegated to the fringe.
And Kristol’s new book, The Party is Over: How the GOP Became the Party of Trump, is a powerful corrective to this neglect.
It is also a warning to anyone else who might want to be part of this movement.
And it’s a book that’s not a guidebook for how to do it, but it is a useful framework for figuring out how to get away with it.
Kristolf’s argument in The Party Is Over is that the GOP’s problem has been the same thing that every conservative movement has been struggling with since at least the 1970s: a growing, more visible and more successful social justice movement.
It was this movement that pushed back against the “tribalism” of the Southern Strategy of the 1970, 80s and 90s, and ultimately led to the Civil Rights movement.
Kristofs own political career began in the 1970’s, when he became the first senior GOP official to endorse Ronald Reagan’s bid for president.
He then became a senior adviser to the presidential campaign of George H.W. Bush, and then ran for the House of Representatives in 1994.
And, he became a key advisor to George W. Bush.
And he served as the chief White House counsel during George W.’s second term.
He’s been a leading voice on the Republican right, serving as the GOP strategist in the George W .
But it was The Party That Failed: The Politics and Policy of the Never Trumpers that Kristof says is the true problem for the party.
It’s the same reason that the Democratic Party was so weak, he argues: It was dominated by people who had never thought about politics.
And the party was always in the minority.
Kristopias main point is that this party was not going to take power, so it needed to make sure that people who were on the margins of the movement could take power.
And to do that, Kristof argues, the party had to focus on the people in the margins, which he calls the “people who are angry, who want to fight for a different kind of America, and who have a different set of values.”
Kristof’s book argues that the party has failed to understand this important role that its people played in bringing about the civil rights movement and in defeating the forces of racism and sexism that were at work to bring it about.
And as Kristof points out, it’s important for the Republican Party to understand that the only people who are not part of that movement are the folks who have historically been the most anti-immigrant, anti-black, and anti-woman of the party’s base.
Kristo has a lot to say in the book about how this was an incredibly successful movement.
In the end, he writes, “the political landscape of America has changed.”
It’s a change that will not be easy to reverse.
It may not be the party that gets power, but the people will.