Archive for February, 2020

Democrats’ Knives Out

I think I’m on safe ground in saying the Nevada melee had to be the most combative of the Democrats’ debates thus far this primary campaign, but my attention span gave out about half way through, so I can’t offer ...

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After New Hampshire

Under the topsy turvy system by which we choose our presidential nominees, primaries in just two states-–one small, one medium-sized and both demographic outliers among our United States—have significantly simplified and clarified the Democratic race. The simplification: two long shot ...

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Democrats Divided (or maybe not so much)

Just a short post today to link to a strong reading recommendation: a fine essay on recent American politics by the Washington Post’s E.J. Dionne.  Dionne makes an important point that should be obvious: the differences between moderate and progressive ...

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