The last election of 2018, redone in 2019, that some folks desperately want to mean something for 2020. Be careful with the Bellwether.
Symposium: If you want someone who would make the changes Trump promised but hadn’t, then I can’t think of anyone better than Tulsi Gabbard.
Let us spare a moment to consider Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s re-lauch/reboot/restart campaign.
What a field-day for the heat
A thousand people in the street
Singing songs and carrying signs
Mostly say, hooray for our side
“Hold up, hold up, hold up,”
Democracy is a lonely business.
In the comments here James Hanley called the debates “pure political theater.” To the degree that last night’s romp was light on substance and heavy on posturing it certainly was politically theatrical. And yet...
Ross Douthat seeks to diagnose what’s ailing the left and more specifically, the President. Naturally, it’s “liberalism’s glass jaw,” “There is no world in which all of these hopes could have been perfectly realized....
So what can the 2000 election, and subsequent events, tell us about how we cast our votes for President in 2012? That’s the rhetorical question Kevin Drum asks as a way to set up...
This piece by Rebecca Solnit serves as the best example, but there are countless others as well. In short, many self-proclaimed liberals can’t stand that (1) their guy might be just as morally dubious...