Like Trump, Sanders is tapping into a seething discontent in American life over who has power and who doesn’t. This isn’t Obama’s America anymore.
Trump exposed the chasm between the GOP establishment and Republican voters. Bernie Sanders is about to do the same for Democrats.
Bloomberg is rising in polls and just qualified for the debate stage in Nevada, but a question nags: who really wants Bloomberg to be president?
The mainstream media will spend a lot of effort this year reporting on Trump voters, but very little effort trying to understand or empathize with them.
Granite State Democrats desperately want to pick a candidate who can beat Trump, but they’re not sure anyone on the primary ballot can do it.
But many voters here still say they’re undecided going into Tuesday’s primary, and are eager for a first-hand look at Buttigieg.
The fall of Biden would mean the Democratic Party’s best hope to prevent a Bernie Sanders nomination is Pete Buttigieg. That should worry Democrats.
Schiff worries that if Trump isn’t removed from office, he’ll offer Alaska to the Russians for support in the next election. Schiff needs a history lesson.
The Iowa caucus has always been confusing, but this year new rules and a surge of new voters will make it more confusing than ever.
In Des Moines, Democratic activists and volunteers don’t see their party as divided and fracturing, but mobilizing for victory no matter the nominee.
Bryant’s death was met with denunciations of him on Twitter. But his life proved that redemption is possible, even for famous people with checkered lives.
A caravan of about 4,000 mostly Honduran migrants was broken up and detained by Mexican security forces this week following a series of violent clashes.
Admitting that Trump was wrong but he shouldn’t be impeached is a terrible idea that assumes too much goodwill from Democrats.
Having realized their impeachment gambit is failing, Democrats have resorted to accusing Sen. Mitch McConnell of a coverup and calling the trial ‘rigged.’
In his scorching opening statement before the Senate, Cipollone said there is ‘no case’ against Trump, and that there is nothing to Democrats’ allegations.
The son of J.R.R. Tolkien did far more than just compile and edit his father’s unfinished stories. He helped create the world of Middle Earth.
Do Democrats really care about the getting to the bottom of the allegations against Trump, or do they just want a show trial?
If Biden runs away with the nomination, it could have huge implications for the future of the Democratic Party—especially its activist left wing.
Only a mainstream media that’s been blinded by hatred of Trump could be this disappointed their predictions of all-out war with Iran haven’t come true.
Trump won the GOP primary in part by saying exactly what he thinks and never apologizing for it. Democrats had better figure that out, and quickly.
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