Congress is about to tie itself in knots and relitigate its favorite battle — the drive to rein in spending and hold down the deficit.
The most recent Quinnipiac poll (post-debate) shows that California Senator Kamala Harris is the best positioned to move up by picking up the support now going to Biden.
When President Donald Trump first imposed heavy tariffs on Chinese imports into the United States, everybody assumed, as he said, that they were intended to pressure Beijing to change its currency manipulation and other policies that have led to a massive trade imbalance.
The history of presidential debates includes a highlight reel that is etched in our collective national memory.
The first 2020 Democratic Debate, Night 2 was held on Thursday, June 27th, in Miami with 10 Democratic candidates.
The debate started and ended with Elizabeth Warren but in between, she faded as others stole the spotlight. There was an inescapable centrifugal force in this ten person debate. The minor candidates, given their first exposure to voters, will see their recognition build and their vote share grow. Warren, while dominating the field, was not able to hold all her support as others began to peel them away.
The first 2020 Democratic Debate, Night 1 was held on Wednesday, June 26th, in Miami with 10 Democratic candidates.
Is there life after Joe Biden for Democrats?
Short answer: No!
I backed Roy Moore in his Senate race in 2018. I felt that his was a needed voice outside the mainstream of the Republican Party and deserved to be heard.
As usual, the media misses the point in the “civility” flap about Joe Biden’s boast that he was on good terms with former Mississippi Sen. James Eastland. The coverage has focused on Biden’s quote that Eastland “never called me ‘boy.’ He called me ‘son.'”