To be successful in 2020, the Democrats cannot be the party of socialism.
The federal government is nearing the second week of the partial shutdown, Republicans are about to lose their unified government, and Americans are increasingly turning against the president.
Trump would rather shut down government than compromise on immigration legislation. He is responsible for the shutdown.
Americans should have a clear sense about our trade policies and positions. But today, there is so much uncertainty, particularly with China. And now we’re feeling the consequences.
Democrats need to embrace moderate policies to win voter support and reject radical positions.
Democrat Mike Espy lost the U.S. Senate race in Mississippi but ran on a moderate platform that Democrats should embrace in red states.
It was deeply troubling to see video of U.S. Border Patrol agents firing tear gas Sunday into a crowd of migrants – including women and children – across the border in Mexico in order to prevent them from breaking through the border fence south of San Diego.
The 2018 election results in Florida are bringing back memories from the state’s recount following the 2000 presidential election.
Less than 24 hours after polls closed in Tuesday’s midterm elections, when he no longer had to fear short-term political damage, President Trump formally asked for and received Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ resignation.
Ultimately, what won the day for Democrats on November 6 were the moderate messages and centrist campaigns that disavowed Nancy Pelosi and provided compelling alternatives to Republican policies.