The Republican Party woke up new and fresh, and ahead of the curve, yesterday morning, leaving the Democrats stale and old back in the 20th century (Keynesian 1930s), if not the 19th (1870s, when Marx was new and cutting edge).
History books will note the turning point of the 2016 election as the evening of October 28, 2015. At the Republican debate that night in Colorado, Texas Senator Ted Cruz . emerged from the Republican Presidential field as the modern 2016 embodiment of Ronald Reagan.
The tax reform plan he unveiled at that debate is as new, exciting, and politically and economically revolutionary as the historic Kemp-Roth tax rate cuts were in 1980. And that was just one plank in an extremely promising economic growth plan that Cruz intimated that night.