[T]he Republican Party will find itself facing the same choice ... either accept the new reality and open up to voters of immigrant backgrounds, or keep following the conservative ideas and principles of Trumpian ethnic nationalism.
[T]he top priority for the majority of Americans is health care, regardless of their age, party affiliations, ethnicity or race.
[D]emocrats have failed to capitalize politically on the impeachment of Trump.
The seriousness of the accusations against Trump ... make the Republicans' 1998 accusations against Clinton ... laughable by comparison.
What the Democrats want to be and what they really are, apparently are two very different things.
[H]er sluggish progression on topics dear to the party's progressive fringe ... hindered her campaign.
What profile and what agenda can defeat Trump? ... Democrats need a centrist with social sensitivity.
Next year, we may well see a duel of the billionaires.
Trump’s band of enablers and the generality of his supporters, are bereft of any modicum of objectivity and sadly, seem to lack critical thinking skills.
Wall Street always seems to be on the winner’s side, but Bloomberg should still be wary.