What a political roller-coaster of a year it's been. A month ago, pundits were praising the superior delegate-counting operation of Ted Cruz. Today, he's out of the hunt and Donald Trump, not Cruz, is the Republican Party's presumptive nominee. Two weeks ago, Democrats were chortling over civil war within the Republican Party. Today, Republicans are chuckling over civil war among Democrats.
Meanwhile, the media is gleefully fanning the flames. Haven't you heard? The in-fighting among Democrats is worse than it ever was among Republicans. Violence at last weekend's Nevada state convention portends bloodshed at the national convention in Philadelphia. Bernie Sanders, in fact, is inciting violence by complaining about how the process is rigged against him. And Democrats are so hopelessly split in the primary that they'll never be able to come together before the general election.
Wrong, wrong, wrong. Since, apparently, nobody else will, let's set the record straight.