Will the so-called blue wave that struck American politics on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 continue into the 2018 elections? Will Missouri’s 2nd Congressional District,
It’s understandable that there would be some excitement today in the world of Democrats. They won an inning, the one they play in the
If you’re a Republican, a standard criticism of Democrats is that they are bad with all things money – raising it, spending it, managing
There’s nothing particularly sexy about what’s happening above the radar in Democratic politics. Primaries for Congress and states don’t start until well after the
Since the harrowing, soul-crushing Democratic defeat in the 2016 elections (and ever since), liberals have been desperately wracking their beleaguered brains trying to devise
The race for the 2020 Democratic nomination began at 11:30 PM, November 8th, 2016 when the networks projected that Donald Trump would carry the
Kelli Dunaway introduced herself to a small, informal group of progressive-minded Democrats last week and, as she told her jaw-dropping origin story, made a
We can see it now, the smiling faces of more than forty Democrats and Republicans in the House of Representatives who are working on
This list isn’t organized in any particular way, but rather it’s just a selection of possible places we might find ourselves in 4 years.
There are several theories that attempt to explain why Hillary Clinton was defeated in November, and most of them are at least somewhat credible.