Will any perceived anti-Israel bias or anti-Semitism on the part of the Democratic Party significantly affect the historically reliable Democratic loyalty of the American Jewish voting bloc?
Democrats would rather see President Trump "fail," even if that means that the economy worsens and the country becomes less safe, as long as that failure portends a near-future Democratic presidential victory.
Democrats are in for one very difficult uphill slog in 2020, and baring some unforeseen random outside factor, they probably will not reach the top.
The Progressive Party has several new faces poised to lead the way and show the country the path we need to take.
Even in the midst of a life-or-death struggle, there are adversaries who not only gain the respect of the opposition, but come to be regarded with admiration if not outright affection.
Flip-flops on contentious issues in politics are commonplace — a central part of the very fabric of our governing reality.
Elizabeth Warren is merely the latest of a long line of sanctimonious, entitled, and incompetent Massachusetts politicians.
Any open-minded, rational person can recognize the difference between the real world of tangible, corporeal things and conditions and the wannabe pretend world of abstract, ethereal fantasy.
If one was recently laid off because his facility just shut down and moved its operations somewhere else, then the economy is bad. Pure and simple.
Environmentalists are symptomatic of the fundamental problem with Democratic Party politics as practiced today.