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

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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...

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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?

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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...

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