A left-wing campaign group plans to spend more than half a million dollars to disqualify 2020 presidential candidates Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg.
Fellow Democrats blasted the proposal as "one of the dumbest ideas" and a "slap on the wrist."
When moderates attack, moderators engage in conservative talking points -- and more observations of the night.
The Democratic Party spending millions of dollars to defeat Grayson and Sestak in the primaries is short-sighted, to say the least.
[Research conducted by White revealed that} Vegans showed nearly three times as much prejudice toward vegetarians as vegetarians
So don't expect a round of "Kumbaya" to break out any time soon (and if there's going to be harmonious singing, let's find
John Kasich will indeed be the Republican nominee elected at the Cleveland Convention. And he will be elected because of experience that no other candidate can bring to the table. He will also win the general election in November.
They're tired of the most conservative members of their party setting the agenda.
The 94 Liberal Republicans who will return are said to be free of disease and dementia. "Strict constructionism, the disorder
It doesn't mean that we stop talking about climate change - that would be a mistake - but we can begin to reach out where we agree.
This is not a new story. It's actually one that has been developing for decades. As the Republican party has gradually ceded territory to extremist views, with each concession they have shifted further out of touch.
While Pataki’s reception among Republican primary voters remains to be seen, at least one conservative kingmaker considers
In gauging the responses to my writing, I have a personal rule: don't just look at what is being written, but why it is being written.
Islam needs reformers, not moderates. Yes, it's wrong and unfair for anyone to judge a religion by the actions of its followers, be they progressive Muslims or al Qaeda. But it is appropriate and intellectually honest to judge it by the contents of its canonical texts.
Politicians like data. But trends are a different story -- harder to confuse and more difficult to misapply, trends can spell out dire predictions for even the most data-toting politicians. And today's trends reveal a most moribund frontier in congressional deal-making: the end of moderate politics.
The upcoming 2014 congressional elections and the 2016 Presidential/congressional elections are a time of opportunity. The majority in this country are tired of cultural warfare. The vocal minority may be ruling but they have failed at governing. Sometimes war is necessary but it is always destructive and never sustainable.
We have different options, but not to lose our humanity and our hope for the future, the future that we all have in our minds and hearts, of safety and security for all, we only have one resolution and one way forward: harder, but essential: peace.
It seems to be a growing belief that the Republican Party has been hijacked by anti-science ideas and that somehow the Democratic Party is the party of scientific sanity, but the distinction may not be as clear cut as out might think. Or is it?
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