I couldn’t help noticing this gem from http://www.politico.com/story/2017/04/john-kasich-2020-buzz-236785
John Kasich, the Ohio governor and two-time GOP presidential candidate, insists he’s not looking at another White House run in 2020.
It would not surprise me if Kasich and Jeb Bush opted to primary challenge Trump.
First, I am compelled to examine the fact Progressive Governance requires Top-Down Interpretation of the Supremacy Clause as the States that became the Confederacy advocated for in seeking to eradicate the Equal Powers’ Clause that entailed the Great Compromise not only including two chambers of Congress but also the Electoral College thus preventing larger populated States from steamrolling legislative and presidential outcomes. This process is exactly the measure Zakaria utilized in determining Putin’s power.
The power of a head of state is determined both by the country’s strength and the capacity he or she has to exercise that power, unilaterally, unconstrained by other institutions, parties and political forces. And combining those two metrics, it’s easy to see why Vladimir Putin rises to the top of list.Putin has created what he calls a “vertical of power,” something unlike any we see in other great nations.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said Sunday that people “should be marching in the streets” to demand changes to “antiquated” education systems that aren’t preparing students to be competitive in the job market against the robots of the future.
But the prominent Donald Trump adversary is publishing a book titled after a prominent 2016 speech he gave opposing Trump: “Two Paths: America Divided or United.” Almost immediately after it’s released later this month, he plans to return to the early voting state of New Hampshire during his book tour.According to a handful of people close to the governor, another White House run is not part of the plan — at least not currently. Rather, Kasich is attempting to carve out a role as the foremost Republican counterbalance to Trump, a prominent voice offering an alternative vision of conservative governance that’s more conciliatory and less abrasive.
“People should be marching in the streets demanding that we change how we educate K-12, higher education, job training,” Bush said. “We need life long in skills development so people can live purposeful lives.”