Democrats’ Gambling Their 2020 Prospects On Lurching Leftward

Immediately following the 2016 elections liberals coalesced around two competing positions about how to survive and thrive in a Trump-led Washington. Some argued that the path to power was to “reject the siren calls of the left” and move back to the center. As Mark Penn and Andrew Stein argued in the New York Times,…
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Without a Policy Argument to Offer Voters, Democrats Turn to Character Assassination

It wasn’t too long ago that Democrats were gloating about their chances to retain the Senate. In a strategy memo from last July the DSCC reveled in the idea that “National Republicans have failed to put any blue or purple state into play.” But now, with New Hampshire, Virginia, Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Oregon…
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Obamacare is Imploding and Democrats are Panicking

Conservatives knew that Obamacare was going to face its fair share of troubles. After all, we understand that big government is not very good at doing much of anything, and is absolutely terrible at attempting to do big things. But nobody that I know of expected things to go this bad, this quickly. What we…
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