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The plan: manufacture as much propaganda for Trump’s campaign as possible ahead of the election, then use police power and the justice system to overturn or call into question the will of the people.
In the fight to stop Trump, Democrats have put all their egg in a single basket in the hope the most volatile and crooked president in American history doesn’t knock it over.
The stakes are too high in this election to litmus tests allies, but the attention the Lincoln Project has received doesn’t match its actual impact.
Democrats should say no to any further coronavirus legislation that doesn’t provide as much running room to Joe Biden as it will provide to President Trump.
The noose, the white hood, and now the Confederate battle emblem all carry the stigma of racism. Guns as a racist totem will be much harder to dislodge.
After what happened in 2016, it would be foolish to assume that Trump can’t rebound from his abysmal position and stumble into a second term.
Abolishing the filibuster is a key that will unlock a would of new possibilities, but won’t on its own protect Joe Biden from right-wing sabotage, or rescue America's endangered democracy.
One of the best steps we can take, right here in New York City, is to electrify and green our public housing.
New leaders like Bowman aren’t hurting the Democratic Party—they’re bringing the party into the future, saving it from habits of a bygone era.
An interview with Charles Booker about the new political reality in Kentucky, where people want more than a "pro-Trump Democrat" on the ballot.