Tom Steyer has a problem with you people and how things are going, and you’re going to hear about it, even if it cost him more millions of dollars than he has already spent on his political causes
The Democratic National Committee declined the calls by some to have a debate solely about climate change.
It isn’t just CNN either. A quick glance at the Google reveals there is at least a strain of groupthink when it comes to Elizabeth Warren over the last week
The media is itching for a competitive 2020 Republican Primary fight. But actual Republicans? Not so much.
Much ink and characters have been spilled about the Democrat “Blue Wave”, and last night with primaries in Ohio, Missouri, Michigan, Kansas, and Washington we have some actual data and fresh results to add to the mix.
Rep. Joe Crowley had himself a whisper campaign going for leadership, and perhaps held thoughts of becoming Speaker of the House if the much discussed “blue wave” came ashore just right in November. Instead, he finds himself being compared to Eric Cantor on the list of stunning incumbent upsets.
I want to elaborate on something Elias touches on in his recent Salon piece. Declaring the Republican Party paralyzed by their on strategy of obstructionist nihilism, Elias explains,