The dysfunctional Trump administration has set the Democrats up for big electoral gains this November. Democratic socialists advocate for admirable but extreme positions. Should Democrats follow or pursue milder first step policies that the electorate will embrace? The mid-terms may hinge on this.
This brief history offers an overview of the party of the "common man"—an appellation originating with Andrew Jackson, under whom the party of slavery and segregation acquired its new name and direction. The party since Jacksonian days has added a third "s" to its sibilant list—socialism.
A concise article on the basic beliefs held by most Democrats and the ideas they support.
The speed with which the photo of Bill and Hillary Clinton (dressed as a farmer and blackface) was discredited implies hush money was applied to make a case of real - not mistaken - identity go away.
Politics today is looking less and less like adults having dignified and important conversations, and more like a playground filled with spoiled brats and sore losers. And I don’t mean Donald Trump.
The losses by Democrats over the past decade at all levels of government has been unprecedented, yet the Party continues to follow the same losing game-plan.
President Trump's withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord energized Governors and Mayors to react and oppose. This should be a model for Democrats to oppose his policies positively and effectively.
The mid-term election is over, the people have spoken. There were many close races, why?
The Democrats have taken back the House after eight years. Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.
The Left is losing it. They’re imploding right before our eyes. It is History in the making. Sadly, many people that should know better, are in it with them, til the end, I suppose.