I would love to have some insightful, thoughtful bit of analysis here but…frickin’ why?
10 candidates, almost as many moderators, 2 languages, 1 glaring technical glitch, and a whole lot of crosstalk: Night one of the Democratic debates is in the books.
Gov Bullock isn’t being excluded because he is from Montana, candidate Bullock is because he didn’t meet the absurdly low standard to be included.
With two nights and 20 candidates, it is highly likely the debate festivities will be less Rumble in the Jungle and more Slog in South Beach.
The DNC just screwed Elizabeth Warren. A foreseeable consequence of a poor decision.
The Democratic National Committee declined the calls by some to have a debate solely about climate change.
The DNC has finally decided to winnow down the baseball team-sized field of Democratic Nominee hopefuls by September of this year.
Any way you look at it, Sanders going rogue on Fox was a success
With one of the most unpredictable presidential campaigns looming on the horizon for 2020, one thing will certainly be different from the 2016 version: the Democratic nominee will set foot in Wisconsin.
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I think Tom Junod’s characterization of the First Lady’s speech is exactly right. “Republican commentators,” he writes, “spoke almost winsomely of Ann Romney’s need to humanize Mitt Romney; but no Democratic commentator could speak of the...
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