On the cusp of the 2020 primaries starting in Iowa on Monday, Throwback Thursday takes a look at some writing about primaries past from the pages of Ordinary Times
Politically, for the 2020 election cycle, we as a nation are going to get a really poor return for our time invested in Iowa.
In The Race To See Who Can Stop Biden, A New Challenger Emerges – And He Could Be Biden’s Easiest Foe To Beat
The problem with idols is they are man made, and those who made them know it deep down, no matter how much magic, signs, and wonders the crowd attributes to it.
Beto O’Rourke, who started his campaign stating “I just have to be in it,” is now out of it as far as the 2020 Democratic nomination for president is concerned.
Elizabeth Warren May Just Be The Next Game Changing President – Or She Could Just End Up A Perfect Foil For Her Detractors
So, what’s the purpose of primaries anyway? Are they a process by which a political party selects its nominees, or is a function of the overall US election system?
Unlike Four Years Before, The Battle For The 2020 Republican Party Nomination For President Is A Boring One, And Yet Neither Is It Historically Insignificant
It rings hollow when the powers that be point out the obvious-that you are not viable-and the known-from-the-start non-viable candidate starts crying foul.
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.
Symposium: There is no “I” in “team” but there is a “me”, and there is an “I” in Avenatti, and both are in “nominee.” You see what needs to happen here.
Symposium: The answer to the question, “Who are you voting for?” is clear: It’s Warren E, and she’s here to Regulate.
As is usual with the talented folks of Ordinary Times, the results were varied, as great writers took up the cause of their candidate of choice.
There are three tiers of presidential hopefuls right now: three Senators fighting for second place, the rest of the mess much lower, and Joe Biden all alone with a healthy lead.
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
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.
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