The predominance of corporate interests underscores the ongoing tension between the party's centrist and progressive wings.
Democrats are questioning the eligibility of progressive underdog Abdul El-Sayed, who would be the first Muslim state leader in the U.S.
But that's where we are.
"This happened so fast," Virginia Del. Elizabeth Guzman (D) said.
The conservative firebrand channels the spirit of a much older, crankier, low-information voter.
Under the proposed laws, possessing classified information could be seen as espionage.
And what they don't know.
The revolution will be localized.
"If you live in an information cocoon, you will believe many things that are false."
We need to look beyond "thought leaders" and their 1,000-word prescriptions.