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A “Vote Democratic to Save Our Democracy” Tour (by Prominent, Lifelong...

In my series on "How Trump's Catastrophic Presidency Could Be Made into Good News," I have been arguing that the Democrats should be making...

Why I Don’t Trust the Democrats to Run the Right Campaign...

Nader’s Challenge In recent interview on MSNBC, Ralph Nader challenged the Democrats: "Democratic Party: …(L)ook in the mirror, and ask yourself why you cannot landslide the...

Asking: How Should the Dems Run this Year?

This is really to pose the question. I am going to frame the question with a few thoughts to frame it, but my purpose...

A Three-Minute Overview of the Democratic Candidates in VA-05

We've got less than a week before Democratic caucuses occur in Virginia's 5th Congressional District. Starting as early as next Saturday, April 14th, Democrats...

A Thought and a Question about the Conor Lamb Race

The thought is this: I don't think we should think of what this race shows in terms of indicating an R + 20 Blue Wave...

Steyer’s Right, Pelosi’s Wrong: Trump’s the Main Issue for 2018

Billionaire Tom Steyer, who has launched a campaign to get President Trump impeached, says that Democrats, in the upcoming elections, should focus on the...

Recruiting Tool: A Way to Motivate the Upset-but-Inactive to Take Action

It's great to see how this "Blue Wave" is gathering momentum, as each special election seems to bring good news, often turning districts from...

The Rising Up of the American People

This is my weekly op/ed piece -- as always, written with a conservative readership in mind -- which will be appearing in newspapers in...

How Republican Trump-Protection Might Play into the Democrats’ Hands

I should begin by admitting that I’ve been distressed by the recent attacks against Robert Mueller and the Trump/Russia investigations. Distressed, first of all, by...

Do you know any young people who would play this voter...

No one has better access to young adults, to persuade them to register to vote, than young adults themselves.  And high school students who...