Tagged: 2020

debates 9

Fear and Loathing Among the 1%ers

The DNC has finally decided to winnow down the baseball team-sized field of Democratic Nominee hopefuls by September of this year.

Joe Biden 157

The Big Dog Or The Biggest Choke

Whether he wins or loses, Joe Biden will give us a story this cycle that we’ll be talking about for a long time to come.

world 15

Ordinary World

Your Ordinary World ft. links to stories on San Diego Synagogue shooting, Joe Biden, America’s narrative, taxing the rich, Trump 2020 and more.

Biden 27

Joe Biden Finally Announces

After a very long courtship, Joe Biden has decided to commit. For the third time, the former senator VP will run for president.

Pete Buttigieg 32

The Pete Principle

There has to be an underdog to the story, whether he wins or not, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg checks a lot of those boxes.

beto 1

Beto Meh-nia?

Nothing to sneeze at, but with a stagnant poll number in a crowded field, a candidate planning on running as the “next big thing” cannot afford to linger in third or fourth place

Bernie Sanders 41

Bern Notice

Like it or not, the front runner for the Democratic 2020 nomination as it stands right now, today, in the year of our Lord 2019, is Bernie Sanders.

Revenge 81

The Revenge Cycle, On Repeat

The same folks who are never satisfied no matter the outcome drive the ones with the most to lose away from their only mechanism of being heard.

world 28

Ordinary World

Your Ordinary World for 12Mar19 with links to stories about President Trump, Speaker Pelosi & impeachment, reparations debate, religion & conservatism, Jeffrey Epstein, and Rep. Amash to read, share, & discuss.

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