Tagged: Biden

democratic debate 26

A Dozen Democrats Debate

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?”

joe biden 79

Joe Biden’s Right

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 30

Joe Biden’s ’68 Throwback Special

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.

Joe Biden 60

Who Can Stop Biden?

Over three months into his campaign and two debate rounds later, Joe Biden remains the clear frontrunner. Can anyone else in the race stop him and how can they?

Joe Biden 61

Who Are We Kidding? Vote for Biden

Symposium: You want someone who can beat Trump. That’s the most important issue. Hell, that’s the ONLY issue. And Joe Biden can beat Trump.

joe biden 69

Democratic Debates: Biden in the Middle

Night two of the second Democratic Debate has come and gone with a very simple dynamic: Joe Biden was center stage both in where he was standing and in being the focus of incoming fire.

Joe Biden 36

Biden Sings Same Song, Second Verse

Democratic primary frontrunner Joe Biden was unveiling his healthcare proposal, and the tagline he laid on folks sounds strangely familiar.

Elizabeth Warren 130

Undebatably Wrong

The DNC just screwed Elizabeth Warren. A foreseeable consequence of a poor decision.

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.

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.

Sherrod Brown 40

Hark! Folks Not Running for President in 2020

These days, folks NOT running for president certainly qualifies as something different, and Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH), Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) & former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg all pass on 2020.

4

Politics and Empathy

Tom Bissell is one of my favorite writers. In his recent career he’s written a lot about video games, but for the election Yahoo! News has given him some space to pontificate about politics.

41

The Real Generation War

…Is the one proposed by Ryan and Romney. Not, as David Brooks’ pop psychology analysis would have us believe, one between folksy emotionalism and new wave wonks. I would normally try not to waste...

119

Paul Ryan Was Right (I’m Serious)

As much as I’d love to revel in Ryan’s tax-evasion during last night’s Vice Presidential Debate, I have to—oh it hurts!—agree with him. I’ve written in the past about why exactly I loathe Paul...

Editor Picks