The results of last night’s Indiana primary make it all but certain that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will face each other in the November general election. Bernie may have won Indiana, but the proportional allocation of delegates makes it virtually impossible for him to catch up. Meanwhile, Trump lost his only real competitor–Texas Senator Ted Cruz. While I predicted both outcomes, I’m not particularly thrilled that I was right.
As I've said before, Hillary's nomination isn't very inspiring. Instead, it's the culmination of 2 decades of planning, organizing, and political calculation. . . .