What both political parties need now is a Charles Evans Hughes.
It is not a familiar name today, as it once was, but it should be.
As Republicans fret over how to unify themselves despite Post-Trump Stress Disorder and as Democrats worry that Thinking Big Biden will tax and spend them into an economic black hole, the party that locates the next Hughes will prosper. And so will the country.
Who’s Hughes, you say? Not just an old white guy with a luxurious silver beard. Barely remembered today and without a decent biography, Hughes almost won the 1916 presidential election over Woodrow Wilson,… Read More in Real Clear Politics