Historically, young Democratic candidates have done well on the national stage. Why wouldn’t Democrats pay attention to this when fielding a 2020 candidate?
‘Hope and change’ has already been tried, and there’s no Obama-level orator in the field. Elizabeth Warren’s stumping didn’t do much. Where do Democrats go from here?
The Democratic Party has spent two years at a crossroad. In this election it may finally choose a path.
As their 2016 platform makes clear, the Democratic Party seeks not only to protect abortion, but also to advance it.
At this moment in history, the Democratic Party belongs to those who hate our institutions, hate the limits of our system of government, and hate America’s way of life.
I am an immigrant and erstwhile Democrat who finds herself thinking that the Trump administration officials are increasingly the adults in the room on immigration policies.
Democrats running in states that went hard for Trump face a dilemma: how to win GOP votes without betraying the Resistance.
Recently, the Clintons’ promoter announced the pair would begin touring select cities next month. Mercifully for Democrats, it will begin after the midterm elections.
The Democratic Party and the overwhelming majority of reporters and pundits in Big Media reflect the interests of progressive activists at the expense of their coalitions, both nationally and locally.
Eric Holder and Hillary Clinton have finally voiced the reality: There’s politics. There’s dirty politics. And then there’s progressive politics—lying, cheating, and stealing to win.
While the national media encourage the radicalization of the Democratic Party and highlight how that radicalization excites its base in liberal states, the result is the crushing of moderate Democratic pols.
Our nation has never been more divided in an entire generation and, instead of uniting everyone, Hillary Clinton argued for doubling down on that division.
Conservative women today reject their casting as second-class citizens. They vote for what they believe to be a better America. The left just can’t understand it.
All it took was Democrats’ treatment of Brett Kavanaugh over the last few weeks to turn me into that elusive creature: a minority, immigrant woman who supports Republicans.
After watching how Senate Democrats and the media handled the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, I will be voting Republican in 2018 and for Trump in 2020.
The party is a shrunken core of holdover urban machine politicians being overtaken by an activist base on the far left.
If there’s no room for people like me, it ultimately weakens the Democratic Party and progressive causes, because like-minded candidates either won’t, or won’t be able to, run for office.
The Trump sex payoff scandal looks just like 1998, except that the two parties have traded places so everyone can look totally dishonest and hypocritical.
The Missouri Democratic Party voted to drive pro-lifers out of the party, effectively alienating moderates for the sake of their fringe wing.
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