Welp, we finally got a debate with some actual debating instead of the soundbite snoozefests that have become the norm in campaign 2020.
The latest, and mercifully the last, Democratic Debate for 2019 is in the books. Let’s talk about it.
There were not any huge fireworks from this one, so the fair question to ask outside the breakdown is, “Is anything going to be different tomorrow?”
Elizabeth Warren May Just Be The Next Game Changing President – Or She Could Just End Up A Perfect Foil For Her Detractors
Over the weekend, most of the Democratic hopefuls took their turn on the “soap box” at the Iowa State fair, which brought “pulse of the people” interviews.
Symposium: The answer to the question, “Who are you voting for?” is clear: It’s Warren E, and she’s here to Regulate.
Symposium: With Elizabeth Warren, you have a candidate from a non-elite background, cares deeply about the struggles of everyday citizens, and one that rejects Trump.
The problem with the two night debate format is with the front runner in second night, most of what happened here will be forgotten about come tomorrow evening.
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.
The DNC just screwed Elizabeth Warren. A foreseeable consequence of a poor decision.
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
I hope the future of the Democratic party looks more like this than like a nicer, kinder rehash of Trump’s broken agenda.
Elizabeth Warren delivered a student loan proposal which demands attention.
Repairing the student loan crisis should be a bipartisan issue and I’d even go so far as to say there’s a strong conservative case in favor of.
Those of you wondering which of the major 2020 presidential candidates would call for impeachment first, wonder no more.
Let’s check in on the (mostly) running candidates for the Democratic Nomination in 2020
Elizabeth Warren’s missed opportunity.