There's nothing like the warm, satisfying sound coming out of American presidential politics these days:
The sound of Democratic and Republican establishments — what I call the Combine — being kicked by voters where it hurts.
Right in the metaphors.
Or, if that's too vague, let's just say the political establishment is getting it right in their peculiar vulnerabilities.
Bernie Sanders trounced Hillary Clinton among Democrats. And Donald Trump scored a huuuge victory among Republicans, although Sen. Ted Cruz's third-place showing puts him in a good spot as the campaigns move South and West.
Hillary Clinton has been irrevocably identified as the...