Democratic Party

Here’s everything the Democrats have done and why these midterms should be a cakewalk

By Matt Robison / November 4, 2022 /

No need for smoke and mirrors. It’s an overflow of facts.

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Republican anti-democrats are telling us who they are. Are we listening?

By John Stoehr / September 21, 2022 /

The GOP’s ulcerous paradox.

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Tim Ryan and the Democrats becoming the consensus party

By John Stoehr / September 20, 2022 /

The Republican way used to be the way. Not anymore.

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Make ‘Social Security for children’ permanent 

By Noah Berlatsky / September 13, 2022 /

What would the United States look like if we decided that children and their families had a right to abundance and liberty? 

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If the Congress is unchanged by the midterms, it will signal the return of an old norm

By John Stoehr / August 26, 2022 /

In the 20th century, six midterms flipped the Congress.

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The most productive ‘gerontocracy’ ever

By John Stoehr / August 19, 2022 /

Time to retire that talking point.

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The Democrats’ progressives need a new story

By John Stoehr / July 20, 2022 /

The one they’re telling is hurting Biden, the party and themselves.

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Biden in 2024? Debating it is more evidence of regime change

By John Stoehr / July 11, 2022 /

Public opinion is volatile during periods of transition.

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On abortion rights, Biden does something. Critics should give him credit, demand more

By John Stoehr / July 8, 2022 /

Giving credit is vital in the fight to codify Roe.

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Will white liberals choose to liberate themselves from their current illusion of freedom?

By John Stoehr / June 7, 2022 /

For everyone’s sake, I hope so.

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