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As long as Democratic leaders show little urgency about the Trump crisis, the party's divisions will persist, and there’s no guarantee Trump will have a racist outburst on the eve of the election.
Undecided voters are learning and making up their minds. That means debates have the potential to generate large swings in the polls, which may be better news for some candidates than others.
We must acknowledge, first and foremost, that love-of-country is a force for good. Then we must prove, by our advocacy and our actions, what that means.
Some Democratic candidates have drawn important lessons from 2016, and it's driving the political establishment crazy.
Robert Mueller's testimony can't change Democrats' strategic and moral failure to confront the most obscene, corrosive president in modern history.
The Democratic Party's official reason for refusing to sanctioning a climate change debate is misguided and bad politics.
Democrats should recognize a pattern repeating itself, and should not rely on Trump’s promises to fix the migrant crisis on our southern border.
An enormous amount hangs on Democratic voters getting the electability question right, and yet most voters are shooting in the dark for the right answer.
The camps are what they are. The question before us is, What we are going to do to stop more migrants from ending up in them?