There are differences in policy, but worrying similarities in strategy (or lack thereof).
Nationalizations. Higher taxes. Massive borrowing. No wonder Labour is behind in the polls.
You don’t convince other parties to support you simply by warning them the alternative is worse.
Evo Morales was pushed out by the military, but only after trying to steal an election for an unconstitutional fourth term.
Boris Johnson self-destructs and the leader of the opposition talks about a bankrupt travel agency.
The Labour Party leader is far, far to the left of the senator from Vermont.
The president proposes common-sense drug reforms — and the death penalty for drug dealers.
Brexiteers dismiss concerns about Northern Ireland. European Parliament chief Antonio Tajani could be Italy’s next prime minister.
Jeremy Corbyn met with Czech agents during the Cold War. Spain restarts the Catalan language war.
Left-wing admirers of Hugo Chávez will not see his heirs for the thugs they have become.