Why Moving Past Mueller Could Prove to be a Boon for Progressives

I wanted to write a few quick words on the fallout from the yet-to-be-released Mueller Report.  U.S Attorney General William Barr’s summary of the report, indicating the 2016 Trump campaign had not “conspired or coordinated” with the Russian government, delighted Republicans and disappointed Democrats in equal measure. For many on the right, such as The … Continue reading Why Moving Past Mueller Could Prove to be a Boon for Progressives

Seven-Minute Abs, Medicare For All, and the Case for Being Bold in 2020

I’ve made it pretty clear in previous posts that I’m not the biggest fan of Hillary Clinton, or specifically, her last two attempts (hopefully) running for the presidency. To some degree, I felt sorry for the many brazenly-sexist attacks she faced during the 2016 election, and thought that in some cases, her position as First … Continue reading Seven-Minute Abs, Medicare For All, and the Case for Being Bold in 2020

Kamala Harris May Never Win Over Black Voters like Obama did, and That’s a Good Thing for African Americans

With African American Senator Kamala Harris now in the lead of declared Democratic presidential nominees for 2020, a roll of articles have focused on her difficulties winning over African Americans to her cause.  In Astead W. Herndon and Susan Chira’s New York Times piece, “Can Kamala Harris Repeat Obama’s Success With Black Voters? It’s Complicated”, … Continue reading Kamala Harris May Never Win Over Black Voters like Obama did, and That’s a Good Thing for African Americans

Surely Joe Biden Can’t Be the Answer to the Democratic Party’s 2020 Prospects?

In poll after poll, ex-Vice President Joe Biden has topped lists of prospective Democratic voters’ preference for who they would vote for in the 2020 Democratic Primaries, typically followed by Sen. Bernie Sanders, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and newcomer political celebrity Rep. Beto O’Rourke. While part of this will be down to simple voter recognition, I … Continue reading Surely Joe Biden Can’t Be the Answer to the Democratic Party’s 2020 Prospects?