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The former vice president is still worried marijuana is a “gateway” drug, even though scientists have found no solid evidence to support that claim.
Isis, notwithstanding President Barack Obama's singularly ill-timed claim of just a few days ago, is decidedly not contained after a year of American air strikes and stop-and-start ground action. Chaos is again in the saddle.
"We are not at war with Islam or Muslims. We are at war with violent extremism."
Those who misunderstand the group's name aren't just falling prey to a simple misunderstanding of a poorly worded slogan. "Black Lives Matter" is so confusing, it seems to mean the exact opposite of what the movement actually stands for.
While I'm pleased that we are seeing at least Democrats having a substantive discussion on the use of force in Middle East conflicts, it's still not the serious and comprehensive discussion about US policy in the Middle East we so desperately need.
Bernie Sanders' open dismissal of capitalism makes him pretty much unelectable in a general election, and thus a disaster for the Democratic party, if they were to nominate him for president. This is my opinion as a political scientist, and does not reflect an anti-left bias.
The first Democratic presidential debate was good for Clinton and for Sanders. It was good for the Democratic Party. And, the debate was good for America.
She hit Bernie Sanders on gun control. He defended her on emails.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz said her deputy chair "was not uninvited."
We don't understand why a presidential contender like Senator Bernie Sanders voted in favor of a law called the Protection of Legal Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA), which gun lobbyists wrote to prevent people like us from holding gun dealers accountable in court.
It's her opportunity to shore up support among progressives while beating back conservative opposition.
When you're 39 and about to give birth for the first time, presidential debates are kids' play. That's why Campbell Brown