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Democrats shouldn’t choose between pragmatists and revolutionaries—we need a candidate who is both.
Democrats have an unexpected opportunity to draw more of Trump's corruption into the impeachment inquiry and insure that Republicans can’t treat Ukraine as a one-off.
Our new survey suggests that the Republican strategy might protect Donald Trump from impeachment, but won't protect Republicans from the political consequences of it.
A majority of voters support impeaching Donald Trump and removing him from office, according to the latest entry in our Crooked Media-Change Research PollerCoaster series.
We should begin anticipating what to expect from a party that has decided it’s acceptable for the president to abuse his power to deny voters a free and fair election.
If Trump is not removed or driven from office for the Ukraine scandal, discovering the extent of this corruption will require no less than a full audit of his diplomacy.
House Democrats face a straightforward choice: Do they mean to impeach Trump to check a box, or to make Republicans pay as steep a price as possible for all of the crimes they’ve abetted?
Learning doesn’t start at age five. Public education shouldn’t either.
This young American generation’s leaders know that we face an urgent climate crisis and that addressing it is a matter of life and death. They’re acting like it—it’s time that the rest of us did too.
The Trump administration has begun to obstruct the impeachment inquiry. Democrats should escalate their tactics as well.