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With the public behind the idea, and a free-and-fair election at stake, Congress should include a nationwide vote-by-mail requirement in legislation to help the country weather coronavirus.
The Democratic Party should end its practice of shielding incumbent House members in safe districts from real accountability, even when they sell out progressive goals.
Democrats have often shied away from confronting Republican presidents in the midst of national crises. We cannot make the same mistakes again.
START OVER: A response that helps as many people as possible and one that demands accountability from Republicans aren’t just compatible goals, they are necessary elements of one another. Democrats have to learn that, quickly.
Or, how to survive the Milwaukalypse.
The right's increasingly racist scapegoating of foreigners and immigrants for coronavirus is a sure sign that the Trump administration's response to the pandemic itself has failed.
Joe Biden can show he isn't naive about Republicans by insisting that Congress's response to coronavirus entail strict oversight of Trump, and make stimulus during recessions automatic.
The diversity of today's Congress wouldn't be possible without the pioneering efforts of these black leaders from decades and centuries ago.
Trump has set about to recreate conditions that brought us the email feeding frenzy, so that the press will hound his 2020 opponent about a small number of trivial sins while ignoring his huge ones.
Leaving races uncontested cedes power to Republicans and leaves votes that would go to statewide Democrats on the table. Run for office. Don't make it easy on them.