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If Democrats can execute an aggressive, disciplined message about Trump’s responsibility for the economic mess, they can put Michigan, and the race for the presidency, away.
Joe Biden now holds a three-point lead over Donald Trump in Michigan. Half of that lead comes from people who didn’t vote in 2016, or voted third party.
Trump keeps saying "OBAMAGATE!" It's absurd. It's also foreshadowing of the show trial he's been waiting three years for.
Biden will enter office facing an FDR-size crisis, but without FDR-size majorities, or a loyal opposition. Republicans understand this. Do Democrats?
Americans are right to laud the bravery coronavirus responders demonstrate by simply showing up for work. We must act to assure they don't pay for that courage with their lives in the years to come.
Wind of Change isn't just a rock song. It’s part of a whole alternative Cold War history of pop culture and espionage influence operations in the battle between the United States and the Soviet Union.
Amid a global pandemic and historic economic crisis, the Trump administration wants to kick millions of people off of anti-poverty programs. Let's do the opposite.
There should be no cuts to state programs that provide vital services or benefits or boost income. Every step like that is a step toward another depression.
Steering the country on to a wiser course toward a brighter economic future wouldn’t take an act of god, just a firmer commitment to avoiding the errors of the past.
Because of Ron DeSantis, coronavirus will spread farther and faster in Florida than it otherwise would have. People in Florida who would have otherwise lived will die.