Isn’t that a red flag?
Goodbye John Hickenlooper, hello Cardi B
Excuse me, would you be interested in buying a gender-neutral Kirsten Gillibrand t-shirt?
How the California senator’s sex work record could prove a stumbling block
Gabbard dismantled Kamala Harris because no one else had bothered trying
The Democratic circus is heading for the Midwest
The effect on indigenous English society was enduring devastation
The media are bored by the prospect of a ‘sure thing’
There’s no cogent reason to believe that he’s toast
The politics of recitation is enough for ordinary time. But America is in the midst of serious change
As the indisputable front-runner, Biden knew he was going to be the punching bag for everybody else
Because authenticity is everything
How Mike Gravel’s fighting talk livened up the Democratic primary
The Four B’s – Bernie, Beto, Buttigieg, Biden – remain preeminent. But one looks poised to fall into the political ravine – before even formally announcing!
She wears her careerism too transparently and her ideological flexibility will seem calculating and disingenuous rather than wise
Name recognition and star power split the 2020 field
Female identity politics is itching for revenge in 2020
If Kamala Harris is an act, she performs it well – and Republicans would be foolish to dismiss the threat she poses in 2020
Her new book is a serviceable tract attesting to the ambition, grit and sheer cunning of its author
The glow-up is real
She may be a mixed race woman, but for the radical left she’s just another white patriarch
Midterms simply are not a reliable verdict on a president’s job performance or re-electability