As recession fears recede, Democrats need to remember that it’s easier to convince people to gamble on social democracy in good times.
The NationButtigieg’s fixation on the deficit amounts to a return to austerity politics—a strange move at a time when even many on the right acknowledge the need for more spending on infrastructure.
The media is ignoring that Warren beat Joe Biden, the Democratic front-runner, and outperformed her final polling.
The Nation“From the beginning, all of the women in the race—Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, Klobuchar, Warren—have known they were facing erasure... Elizabeth has known she has to just stay in there and keep fighting and just not quit.”
The argument against impeachment by Trump’s team proposes a super-presidency—an unlimited and fully imperial leader—that could rarely if ever be checked and balanced.
The NationGeorge Mason asked: “Shall the man who has practiced corruption, and by that means procured his appointment in the first instance, be suffered to escape punishment by repeating his guilt?”
Now we need a film to cut through US myths about the North.
The NationNorth Korea is universally viewed in Washington as a kind of Forever Enemy ruled by an irrational family dynasty that, for no apparent reason, hates the United States and belligerently threatens its friends and allies with nukes.