By Ben Mathis-Lilley
A controversial right-wing group known as the U.K. Independence Party (UKIP or Ukip) leads the traditionally dominant Labor and Conservative parties in polling ahead of next week’s election of British representatives to the E.U.’s European Parliament.
Why aren’t conservative politicians in the U.S. studying what Nigel Farage is doing right?
Notice for the umpteenth time that “controversial” no longer means “new, sexy, cool” in the liberal media, it means “bad.”