- Peter Ferrara endorsed Ted Cruz for president. If you're interested in Cruz's economic policies, Ferrara does a good job summarizing them.
Kevin Williamson wrote another anti-Trump article for National Review. He rails against Americans' poor literacy level — particularly political literacy — and summarizes his view of Trump thusly:
Donald Trump is the face of that insalubrious relationship, a lifelong crony capitalist who brags about buying political favors. But his enthusiasts, devoid as they are of a literate politics capable of thinking about all three sides of a triangle at the same time, take a kind of homeopathic view of Trump, believing that they can dispatch a crony capitalist to undo crony capitalism in the same way that New Age healers believe that a little bit of diluted poison chases away similar toxins. The founder of homeopathic pseudoscience, Samuel Hahnemann, cited “the spirit-like medicinal powers of the crude substances.” There is no substance cruder than that which composes Donald Trump, and no spirit of our time quite as poisonous.
Vice President Joe Biden denounced the PKK and thanked Turkey's government for its (largely non-existent) help in fighting ISIS.
The pro-Kurdish HDP said it would participate in a parliamentary commission to draft a new Turkish constitution. HDP will lobby against creating a strong presidency in the new constitution.