While most of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates are trying to push the party further and further to the left, one has taken a different approach. During an interview Saturday, former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said that he feels “strongly that Democrats have to draw a clear line and say, ‘We are not socialists.'” Does
The Democratic National Convention has announced their qualifying candidates for the primary debates, and one candidate is very upset about his disqualification. Montana Gov. Steve Bullock was unable to meet the 1 percent threshold for entry into the debates, but the campaign disputed their disqualification, saying that one poll discounted by the DNC should allow
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has fallen to third place after Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) saw a surge in recent in state polling behind former Vice President Joe Biden. Sanders and Warren had been vying for the progressive mantle to challenge the more establishment and moderate candidacy of Biden, but Warren appears to be overtaking Sanders.
Former Vice President Joe Biden reportedly told donors that world leaders were calling him and begging for him to enter the 2020 presidential field in order to “save the world” from another term for President Donald Trump. “I get calls from people all over the world — world leaders are calling me — and they’re
Left-wing actress and singer Cher has no problem speaking her mind, and by all accounts she’s no fan of President Donald Trump, Republicans, or conservatives in general. But lately Cher has been tweeting some very un-Cher-like things. There was, of course, her tweet earlier this month railing against Trump’s suggestion that illegal immigrants should be
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg said that he would stop using the phrase “all lives matter” because he has realized what it actually means to the “Black Lives Matter” movement. The South Bend, Indiana, mayor was criticized by BLM proponents over a resurfaced statement in a State of the City address in 2015 where he