The American Conservatism has a new book.
And it’s not the same book it was a year ago.
I wrote about it in July, and it’s a collection of stories from the American Conservative’s past, present, and future, a compilation of stories written by the American conservatives themselves, including Paul Weyrich, Andrew Breitbart, and Ann Coulter.
The American conservatives’ book, The Truth about Trump, is a great read, and I recommend you pick up the book, if you haven’t already.
(I recommend picking up The Truth of Trump by Paul Weyrsich, which is a much better read.)
But The Truth Of Trump is not the book I wanted to write about.
It’s a book I had hoped to write in October, and a book that should be the starting point for those looking for an account of the 2016 election and its aftermath.
That’s not what happened.
Instead, The American conservative’s new book is the book that will make us all feel like we’ve finally found the answers to some of the most vexing questions in American politics, and is a welcome addition to the larger debate about the 2016 elections.
The book, like all American conservatives, is focused on a core belief system, but it is not a book about Trump.
Trump is a character in the book.
Weyrsiceich is the author of the book’s title, and he tells us that he’s “a Republican-leaning writer and speaker with a lifelong commitment to conservative ideas.”
Weyrsichek is a very conservative writer and a passionate speaker.
He is also an incredibly talented writer, a highly articulate speaker, and an eloquent speaker.
(He’s also an articulate writer, an eloquence speaker, an author who has a lot of ideas, a former professor, a Republican activist, a writer for a local radio station, a blogger, a journalist, a political strategist, a historian, and so on.)
In the book we see his writing as both informed by and informed by the views of Paul Wey, the late editor of the conservative magazine National Review.
(Paul Weyrch was an early editor of National Review and was a key figure in the American conservatism movement.)
The book is filled with interviews with a number of American conservatives and the voices they’ve had on the right over the past century.
One of the main topics is the “Trump Effect.”
It’s this belief that the 2016 race was decided by the votes of only white, working-class people who didn’t vote for Trump, and that Trump lost because his supporters were overwhelmingly white and male.
(Weyrich argues that white, male Trump supporters were actually the main beneficiaries of the election.)
The authors of The Truth are careful to explain why Trump lost.
They believe that white working- and middle-class voters were the main cause of Trump’s loss.
Trump was, in Weyrichek’s view, not a particularly appealing candidate.
He was a bit of a joke, and even his supporters would concede that.
And yet he lost, because he was the right kind of Donald Trump, they say.
(There’s another version of this argument, too, which I’ve heard from many people who believed the same thing.)
Weyriches book also shows us that Trump’s defeat is not entirely a result of racism.
He did not win the election because of racism, because the election was decided in part by the “colorblind” vote.
He lost because of other factors, including, according to Weyricech, a failure of the GOP to focus on economic inequality.
There are some people who say that the Democrats have lost the popular vote by a few million votes, but this is not true.
There were millions of Americans who voted in the 2016 presidential election who did not vote for Hillary Clinton.
So Trump did not lose because of a few people.
He got wiped out by a massive coalition of white working and middle class voters.
And Trump did it by winning a very, very large number of white, middle-aged men, who did support him because of his populist rhetoric and his xenophobia.
The Americans’ book is a reminder that, while we may never know what happened in the presidential election, we can look back on it as a victory for conservative ideas and the American conservative movement.
It is a story about how the Republican Party, led by the likes of Weyrics son and Breitbart, took over a conservative movement that was dominated by white, white, upper-middle-class Republicans and Republicans from wealthy backgrounds.
But it is also a story of how, through a combination of a series of terrible policies, Trump won.
The Republican Party is now led by a person who has been very vocal in calling out the party’s failures, and in claiming that he and the Republican establishment were responsible for them.
Weyricism is a big part of this, and one that has come up time and time again in the wake of Trump and the 2016 campaign