Though Warren’s proposal for broadband internet access in rural communities might have some appeal to those voters, her identification as a socialist “pales in comparison.”
Joe Biden adopted U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-N.Y.) view of disregarding facts in the name of feelings on Thursday at the Iowa State Fair.
Mike Gravel threw his support behind U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) Tuesday but announced later he will also support U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii).
Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard was the most Googled candidate after last night’s debate. But she’s a threat to the Democratic Party establishment.
This backlash will probably grow in breadth and intensity, but it has as much to do with the state of the Democratic Party—as identified by Biden—as it does with opposition to segregationists.
All those Democratic voters whose first priority is beating Trump should take note. Pete Buttigieg is probably not their guy.
To beat Biden, someone will have to attract a critical mass of not only the Democrats’ ‘upstairs’ pool, but also the party’s nonwhite voters, particularly blacks.
Outsider Andrew Yang has more than 75 policy proposals, addressing everything from robo-calls to circumcision.
The field will be too large for party elders to manage. Now they must figure out how to maximize its impact, and the key to it is how the Democratic National Committee structures its debates.
The former Starbucks CEO toured Texas last week with a message about political unity and moderation that almost no one wants to hear.
In spite of a seemingly unstoppable alliance among media, bureaucrats, the House, and Never-Trumper Republicans, the left appears destined to extract defeat from jaws of victory.
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