Tagged: election 2020
Discussing Berny Belvedere’s piece on how “I’m against…” is often winning out over “I’m for…” and candidates that don’t adjust get left behind.
Elizabeth Warren has released a proposal outlining the particulars of her “Medicare for All” healthcare plan.
An evening with Pete Buttigieg.
Amy’s focus on sensible changes rather than sweeping reforms earned her the derisive nickname “the Senator of small things.” Maybe that focus on small things is the way to go.
Symposium: Vote for the candidate who believes there’s a real existential crisis that has to be addressed.
The new strategy, same as the old strategey, only bigger, louder, and less filtered.
It was inevitable that those seeking to knock down the House — the House who have their own constituencies, own concerns, and own political careers to worry about — would start knocking back.
It has seemed a waste of time to get invested in a candidate, but after the debates held the last two nights, I can now say there are some standouts for me.
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.
My point is that a Trump defeat would be the first time in modern American politics where a good economy wasn’t enough to keep an incumbent in office.
In a move that was surprising only in the timing, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D, MA) released a launch video and a notice of forming an exploratory committee for a 2020 White House bid. The later move allows her to officially begin fundraising, staff a campaign, and become the first of the known name candidates to declare.
If Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed to the Supreme Court, all nine Justices of SCOTUS will be Ivy League affiliated in their education. But the Presidency is not any less upper-crust in credentials of late, to say nothing for the rest of government.