As media and politics merge, who wins?
Democrats would need three, maybe even four seats to capture control of the Senate
Despite what the media might tell you
Smooth oratory on countertops will only get you so far
Fellow Texan Julián Castro meanwhile was polished and eloquent
Beto has now resorted to telling reporters that London Calling by the Clash changed his life
His name is Bailey and he has a common sense manifesto
Mike Pence, Nikki Haley...he could win with anyone on the ticket
How Mike Gravel’s fighting talk livened up the Democratic primary
In 2020, Democrats have to offer something more
Compare Beto’s campaign trail propaganda tour with Yang’s willingness to go up against Joe Rogan
Is the race already the Four ‘B’s: Biden, Beto, Bernie, Buttigieg? Or is this sausage fest about to break wide open?
To beat Trump, the Democrats need a candidate who is as tough as him
He might think himself the next Bill Clinton, but he’s probably the next John Edwards
The former Texas congressman ticks a lot of the right wrong boxes
Already the press are eager to show that O’Rourke unites where Sanders divides
So why has the Democratic machine fallen so madly for him?
Stop objectifying the poor man
The Democrats have yet to adapt to a political world where Obama is no longer the big, bright sun of the political universe
Bloomberg once estimated the wealth of Beto’s father-in-law at $20 billion. But obviously that’s not worth mentioning when you profile him
The boyish challenger is increasingly popular...among wealthy liberals in $2 million homes
Contrary to the rhetoric, the immigrants here are decent, frugal, God-fearing, entrepreneurial family people
His rival Beto O’Rourke is just four points behind him in the polls