[T]he contest will be about whether Trump deserves to continue his presidency.
[R]adically changing the thinking on how to finance government spending and on the role of fiscal policy.
Biden remains a traditional Democrat at a time when the party is quickly abandoning tradition.
The Democrats are ready to go to battle, but they go in disarray.
[Democrats] must choose a course of action and not look back at a definitive moment that does not allow for hesitancy.
[T]here is another scenario that could be much more politically and electorally practical for Democrats: leave him in the White House.
Or do they want a revolution, a total repudiation of not just the chaos and immorality of the current regime but also of the economic, racial, social and other injustices of Trump’s America?
<i>The more migrants from Mesoamerica* who stream toward the border, the more urgently the American Democrats need to propose their own solutions.</i>
The dumbest argument against Donald Trump’s wall was always the assertion that the president was trying to combat a crisis that didn’t even exist. Families, [Read more]
[Pete Buttigieg] thinks that he himself will finally succeed in breaking with the consensus that has reigned in Washington for the past 40 years.
This parade of apologies seems to be part of the package for any “perfect not-so-perfect little Democratic candidate” in the 2020 presidential election.