Democrats need a presidential candidate who can rattle Trump and force himself into pointless fights to soften him up for the eventual winner.
A longstanding tactic of the GOP is to do something extreme and then send the "reasonable" ones in to tut-tut over the mess. At least, in public.
Peter Baker of the New York Times just can't help himself. He has to normalize Trump.
Trump is showing his age. Mayor Pete came back with the sickest burn, and it was so easy. Alfred E. Newman? Whoddat?
Too many guns, too much Internet, and grandiose conspiracy theories can become a life-or-death decision.
Another raging Republican hypocrite with a bad case of selective amnesia.
Trumpers are using the same playbook against Biden that the GOP used against Hillary Clinton.
Many people in this country clearly believe that being in the position to finagle your taxes, like the having the chance to cheat on your wife with porn stars and supermodels, is an earned privilege.
In The New York Times, Shane Goldmacher writes about Joe Biden's belief that Donald Trump is an aberration in our recent political history.
Sorry James Comey, but William Barr didn't need to spend time with Donald Trump to become who he is now.
Many voters seem to believe most 2020 Democrats are too far out on the edge (with the possible exception of Pete Buttigieg, for some reason) -- too progressive, too "angry," too female. Or they believe that other people believe this.
Some advice for Democrats: Write an infrastructure bill. Pass it. Then tell Trump he's cordially invited to get on board.
Democratic voters have been so cowed by conventional wisdom and media's uneven treatment of the parties that they're afraid to do the morally right thing.
"Hunter Kelly" published a Medium post accusing Pete Buttigieg of sexual assault. It's so ridiculous even Twitchy isn't buying it.
If Hannity leaves Fox, will he go to work for Trump?