What should be pro forma is instead shaping up to be a clown show of historic proportions before the inevitable finally arrives.
We as a country are in for a national season of dazzling, baffling, and spreading of a big old hot political mess.
Why don’t Democrats win rurally anymore, and how can they start winning again? It’s really simple.
Harsh Your Mellow Monday returns to deal with election analysis that only confirms your priors, voter fraud or lack there of, and Alex Trebek.
Pictured is the Versailles rail accident in 1842, perhaps a preview of the coming debate when the candidates will be almost as old as the painting
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Welp, we finally got a debate with some actual debating instead of the soundbite snoozefests that have become the norm in campaign 2020.
The latest, and mercifully the last, Democratic Debate for 2019 is in the books. Let’s talk about it.
In The Race To See Who Can Stop Biden, A New Challenger Emerges – And He Could Be Biden’s Easiest Foe To Beat
There were not any huge fireworks from this one, so the fair question to ask outside the breakdown is, “Is anything going to be different tomorrow?”
There has been a push for justice reform in recent years, much of it regarding the extended incarceration for non-violent drug crime. Biden’s statement that non-violent offenders should not be in prison is not a new idea, and it is one deserving of some consideration.
Joe Biden talked about these formative events to a generation. The problem is that was not only a generation ago, but nearly two generations ago.