The problem is that the left’s promises are unrealistic.
A woman would bring about a return to the equanimity that has been lost.
It's easy to feel the Democrats' obsession with electability, even from this distance. Put up the wrong candidate, and you get four more years of the big boorish boob.
Warren ... has been the most influential figure in a party still trying to come to terms with the end of the Obama era and the disaster of Clinton's defeat.
Perhaps the argument is less that the rich are too rich than it is that the government is too poor.
[W]e can expect in 2020 not a repetition of the vulgarities of 2016 but a discussion of substance and transcendence.
[Democrats] must choose a course of action and not look back at a definitive moment that does not allow for hesitancy.