False. I define "Bannonism" as "the ideology and associated policy proposals of Steven Bannon". Not sure why you're trying to twist my words. False. Provide the evidence or admit error. If I'm a white nationalist, why do I advocate for increased incentives for Japanese people to immigrate to the USA? You're aware of that position (we've discussed it before) but you appear to be ignoring it because you want me to fit a mold that you read about in the mainstream media. Correct! Our southern border is far from secure. I disagree. Ann Coulter went through the trouble of aggregating the stories for us, so she deserves credit as does Breitbart for publishing the piece. More importantly, you're trying to distract from the point that all the information on the OP is well-sourced. Paul Ryan's ideology has clashed repeatedly with Bannonism. Ryanism and Bannonism are fundamentally incompatible on the subjects of domestic government spending and immigration. It's possible that future Republicans leaders will steer the party closer to Bannonism.