There's a distortion field around her 2016 campaign that focuses on negativity. But the truth is she rallied the majority of the country to reject Donald Trump. Bernie? Biden? Take a page from her playbook.
Trump got into the Oval Office by hating our last president. Now that he doesn’t have Obama or Hillary, he’s set his sights on four congresswomen of color—especially Rep. Ilhan Omar. Will it backfire?
From repro rights to protections for LGBTQ people—in the face of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history—Dems have their work cut out for them.
Brett Kavanaugh’s illegitimate hearing and appointment on the Supreme Court may seem all but inevitable. But that doesn’t mean the Democrats have failed the majority who don't want to see him on the bench.
Democrats won’t win running two of the oldest candidates—Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden—for 2020. To beat the GOP, new faces and fresh ideas are the only way to move forward.
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.