People who hate both presidential candidates voted Donald Trump in 2016, but this time they’re breaking for Joe Biden, according to Politico.com. It’s a small slice of registered voters, but in a tight race, even those who despise each choice might make the difference in choosing the 46th President of the United States. Get your […]
Forced underground by the COVID-19 pandemic, former Vice President Joe Biden tries to project calm, steady, predictable leadership, awaiting the inevitable Trump meltdown. L.A. Times columnist Doyle McManus tells Democrats not to worry that the Biden campaign vanished — it’s just what’s needed at a time like this to make ‘Bunker Joe’ the November sleeper pick.
Conspiracy theories abound to explain the Democratic Iowa caucuses cluster-foul-up, from the machinations of Donald Trump and Vladmimir Putin, to rank incompetence, and beyond. Bill Whittle dubs it beclown-a-palooza. Right Angle is a production of our Members, and you can join them right now to unlock new levels of engagement at this site, including comments, […]
With Bernie Sanders taking the lead in a number of state polls, Democratic insiders panic at the thought that they can’t stop him. Jonathan Chait, writing in New York Magazine, calls nominating Bernie “insanity” because he’s the riskiest candidate since Barry Goldwater in 1964’s Republican presidential contest. Who will win this battle for the soul […]
Major business leader, Bob Johnson, the founder of Black Entertainment TV (BET), tells CNBC that the 2020 presidential election is Donald Trump’s to lose. No one can dominate the news cycle like Trump, and the Democratic presidential candidates have moved to far from the center to appeal to the super-majority of Black voters the Democrats require in order to win the White House, Johnson says.
Democrat Presidential candidates Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren unveil plans to tax wealth progressively to fund Medicare for All, and the valiant fight against man-made climate change.
The Washington Post says Democrat presidential candidates have deep policy divisions, but do policies even matter in a battle with incumbent Republican President Donald Trump, the post-policy president?
Stanley B. Greenberg, pollster and political consultant to both Bill and Hillary Clinton, says demographic forces will kill the Republican Party in the 2020 election. His new book — R.I.P. G.O.P. — declares the party D.O.A., as the Democratic Party brings a message of hope for the “New America.” Does President Trump dismiss Greenberg’s claims only at his own peril?
Bill Whittle Now analyzes the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats offered by the Democratic presidential candidates now locked in a 3-way tie for second place (first in the hearts of their Democratic countrymen). Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, and former Vice President Joe Biden, each come to the challenge of winning the Democratic presidential nomination with different advantages and handicaps.
Women now occupy more top positions in Democrat presidential campaigns, and at equal pay, than at any time past. Why has it taken so long for Democrats to treat women with fairness? Does the presence of women in the top echelons of presidential campaigns reshape the competitive landscape for 2020? How can Trump, a known sexist, compete?
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren on the far, far left, against the rest of the field on the merely far left: How can the Democratic Party ever pull together to defeat President Trump when they can’t even agree on their ideology? Can Betsy Warren’s attacks on multinational corporations endear her to the Trump base who oppose globalism?
First quarter GDP jumps by 3.2% during the longest federal government shutdown in history. Bill Whittle says that doesn’t prove anything, so he’d like to see more testing.
Hillary Clinton tells Westchester News 12’s Tara Rosenblum she will not run in 2020. Is this really the end of an error, or is she being coy — “I’m out, so please don’t beg”? Scott Ott, Bill Whittle and Stephen Green engage in the appropriate amount of reveling.
When a yearbook pic emerged allegedly showing Virginia Governor Ralph Northam in 1984 wearing blackface and standing by someone in a white Ku Klux Klan (KKK) robe, Democrats called for him to step down. However, when he appeared to defend post-birth abortion (infanticide) they stood with him. Should conservatives who decried the treatment of Brett […]
58% of Democrats say their party needs new leadership and the Democrats’ minority in Congress is shrinking with each election, but House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is holding onto every last strand of power she can maintain. Bill, Scott, and Steve offer their two cents.