If they want to flip Congress, Democrats must take a cue from the ferocious anti-abortion crusaders who helped Illinois Rep. Dan Lipinski win the primary, and amp up their ground game.
The Democratic Party is reaching out to conservative-leaning voters in the Heartland. But the tactic is doomed to fail the party and erode progressive values.
As the Dems continue to hand-wring over what their "message" should be, all exit polls are pointing to the fact that they're ignoring their most loyal constituents.
With both parties in a state of disunion and disrepair, it's hard to have faith that Americans can emerge from this unscathed. Or at all.
The opening of GOP seats are a huge opportunity for Dems—if only they didn’t have to battle gerrymandering, voter suppression, and a dotard in the Oval Office to get them.
The Democrats appear to be working overtime at selling out more than half of their constituents—women. Are they trying to lose 2018?
If we've learned anything after the 2016 election—and we've learned a lot—it's that the woman who will break the ultimate glass ceiling will not come from the left. So, brace yourselves.
If we don't care whether Ivanka serves as her father's apologist, or we're still buying albums by alleged sex offender R. Kelly, or we dismiss rape jokes as just jokes, then yeah, we're complicit.
Another day, another media pundit telling us to stop talking about "identity politics" if Democrats want to win. But they’re wrong.
In a desperate bid to win seats back, Democrats are striving to be more inclusive to all potential allies. And yet they still haven't learned that compromising the party platform is a losing strategy.