It’s no exaggeration to say that the next six months will determine the viability of the Republican Party. The demographics of this country are changing. This will be the last presidential election cycle in which the G.O.P., in its current form, has even a shot at winning the White House. And so the large question Republicans must ask themselves is: Are we as a party willing to champion the new America that is inexorably rising around us, or are we the receding roar of an old America that is never coming back?By the demographics of the new America, he means the non-Christians, Third World migrants, welfare dependents, broken families, low info workers, and others who can be reliably turned into Democrat voters.
Conventional wisdom says that if trends continue, the 2016 election might be the last opportunity to elect a Republican President. Many pundits say that it is already too late.
Brooks' column was apparently written just before the Paris terror attacks. European citizens seem to be just now figuring out that their leaders have betrayed them, and are transforming their countries for the worse.