At the risk of alienating some of my progressive friends, some very interesting points are made in this article. Many of which I believe are valid.
The initial premise is: "A new Reuters/Ipsos study revealed more than 50 percent of Americans “don’t identify with what America has become” and feel like strangers in their own land."
But the above doesn't translate into what you'd think (disenfranchised TP, Nascar fans, etc. flocking to a perceived banner of open racism).
The article discusses not only the effects of the rise of the military/government surveillance state and it's effect on the morale of the country, but also delves into Trumps actual likely policies versus how the media is branding him. Think MSM hysteria which unfiltered Trump plays right into. Also included is a foreign policy assessment of how Trump would be different than Hillary. This is an interesting read about what you're being told to think about him versus what I believe Trump may actually stand for.