All the people calling him a "throwback" haven't stopped to consider what is likely to happen to the British economy in the next decade.
He's supposed to be on the far-out fringe-left, but on key issues he's more in touch with what the public thinks than his competitors are.
Is this the beginning of the end for neo-liberalism in Europe?
I don't get it, what's to love? The institutional racism or the unaccountable violence?
A paradise for everyone is within our grasp.
The UK's biggest ever government fire sale includes the privatisation of all student loans taken out between 1998 and 2012.
The new Conservative government could mean enraged students battling with cops and animal lovers beating up fox hunters.
The Scottish National Party won big, the centrist Liberal Democrats lost badly, and the Conservatives held on to power in a result that has shocked the nation.
This weekend, the welfare minister said he would make £12 billion of cuts but wouldn't say how. It's not hard to work out that the axe will fall on young people.
The "Battle for Number Ten" between the UK Prime Minister and the Opposition Leader was elaborately choreographed to ensure that nothing interesting happened.
They may be ideological opposites, but their prominence indicates that the UK is entering a new political context.
The prime minister's "earning or learning" plan will mean the choice between either poverty wages or student fees.