The Democratic Party sits on the horns of a dilemma. While President Joe Biden has not yet announced his reelection plans, he is already off and running. He said so, during his recent State of the Union speech. Ten times, by my count. “Let’s finish the job,” he said. In case you missed the point, that means he has much more to
Former Vice President Joe Biden is trying to reassure voters. Like former President Obama, he is promising that “If you like your health plan, your employer-based plan, you can keep it.” Don’t bet on it. Some presidential candidates support directly outlawing private health plans, and replacing them with a single-payer, government-run health plan.
Everyone seems really eager to confirm that impeaching president Trump was the right thing to do, but no one asks: what’s next? Look no further than what Boris Johnson has achieved in the UK,
Kamala Harris didn’t do a great many things well in her crash-and-burn campaign for president. But her swift exit from the race was executed perfectly.
In the last election before the Grand Old Party plunged itself into its shameful Donald Trump era, Lt. Col. Joni Ernst, who formerly commanded Iowa National Guard
What happens in the wine cave stays in the wine cave. At least, that’s how it’s supposed to work in the world of American politics. For decades, Democrats would rail against the “wealthiest 1%”
“Was there a ‘quid pro quo?’ As I testified previously, with regard to the requested White House call and White House meeting, the answer is yes.” Ambassador to the European
The top Democratic presidential candidates spent large chunks of prime-time television clashing over “Medicare for All” — again. Like a string of previous debates, Wednesday’s prominently
There are many promising agendas on display in the Democratic primary, but few policy solutions that can currently be put into practice so long as Senate Majority Leader