The last election of 2018, redone in 2019, that some folks desperately want to mean something for 2020. Be careful with the Bellwether.
Well, now that you’ve read our series on who you ought to be rooting for in the pre-season, it’s time for everybody to show how good they are at this prediction thing!
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.
Smells like 2020 presidential primary politics in here.
For being so popular at the moment, it is amazing that people have forgotten about Joe Biden.
Let us spare a moment to consider Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s re-lauch/reboot/restart campaign.
Linky Friday is Ordinary Times’ end of week tradition of bringing you links from across the web and around the world. This week, a special focus on Midterms 2018, musical interludes, and the greatest campaign speech of all time.
Parting thoughts on the former next Madame President. (Or: I listened to 16 hours of Hillary Clinton so you don’t have to.)
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.
Kevin Drum provides a wonderful opportunity for me to launch my first volley in the struggle to write the first draft of history for the 2012 election: Liberals, you should rein in the triumphalism....
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...
The night of October 16 was a good one for President Obama. After more than a month of sounding, looking, and acting like a tired man who resents being made to undergo the electioneering...
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.