“Medicare For All” is the centerpiece of Elizabeth Warren’s campaign for President, but she’s not talking about it as much as she used to.
Even as candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders continue to base their campaigns on it, Democrats appear to be growing skeptical of ‘Medicare For All.’
The fifth Democratic debate brought some candidate clashes, but hardly the no-holds-barred type of event you might expect for this late in the pre-primary process.
The top ten candidates in the race for the Democratic nomination clashed last night in a debate that made clear the different ideological directions that this race is pulling their party.
Is the Sanders-Warren position too extreme for the general election?
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other firebrands aren’t steering the ship. Yet.
We’re further from a public option than we were in 2009. The need for it has become more acute.
So, Dana Milbank has a column.
This is a good time to remind ourselves that the plural of anecdote is not data.
Mitt Romney said the other day that the 2012 Election is about “the soul of the country.” This is most assuredly not true.
The Beast has released its The 50 Most Loathsome Americans of 2010, which I gather is supposed to be amusing rather than taken seriously.
Internal memos reveal that Fox News spins the news in ways that favor conservative Republicans. Is that really news?
Even though it will likely be unsuccessful, a primary challenge against President Obama could end up harming him enough to hand Republicans the White House in 2012.
Amid signs that Democrats in Congress might rebel against the tax cut deal he struck with Republicans, President Obama took to the airwaves today to defend it at the same time that his base is rebelling against it.
Dan Coates has an ad that makes a claim that should make your head explode.
The White House seems to be getting annoyed at the criticism coming it’s way from the left.
Some Republicans seem to think they don’t need to put forward any actual ideas in order to win November.