WFP National Director Maurice Mitchell visited with Politics Done Right at #NN19 recently and explained the party and its relationship to the Democratic Party.
Discussion on Progressives nudging the Democratic Party back to its Democratic roots
Democratic leadership continues to fear the Trump voter, more so than the backlash from the Democratic base that is forthcoming.
Too many of us have seen this game before and it is self-defeating. The entire Democratic machine in a not so very subliminal manner is anointing Joe Biden as the preferential candidate to represent the Democratic Party against our corrupt president. I sometimes wonder why the Democratic Establishment spends so much money on overpaid analysts. […]
If Progressives are unable to institute labeling honesty in 2019, a year when all the evils of Capitalism are at the forefront, then we should all take our marbles and go home.
The Democratic Party cannot be tricked into fighting each other based on externalities. Let’s debate strictly on policy going forward.
Young Gen Xs, Millennials, & Gen Zs are a different breed. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is just the tip of the iceberg. A new normal awaits.
It would be disingenuous not to acknowledge there are two significant factions not coexisting very well within the Democratic Party.
The plan to gut superdelegates plan is widely supported. Corporate lobbyists who “think their vote’s more important” are desperately trying to undermine it.
I enjoyed this Harris County Democratic Party County Executive Committee meeting because I see a change that will bring more into the fold.