The big loser at the debate was Medicare for All. Here is what I think we have got to do to ensure the misinformers lose.
Apparently CNN had the backup recording system rolling as it picked up the tense exchange between Bernie Sander and Elizabeth Warren.
After the debate ended it seemed as if Bernie Sanders extended his hand to shake Elizabeth Warren’s hand. It seemed as if she drew it back.
The FiveThirtyEight.com’s Nate Silver analysis should dispel that fallacy. Did he project an easier path for Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren?
Julian Castro recently endorsed Elizabeth Warren for the Democratic Nomination for President of the United States. While some Bernie Sanders supporters are disappointed, they should not. Here is why. Julian Castro endorses Elizabeth Warren We have several progressives running. Different people for different reasons prefer Bernie Sanders over Elizabeth Warren or even Andrew Yang and […]
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s former Deputy Chief of Staff wrote that a quick coalescing around Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren is best.
Corporate Media uses MOM to dismiss Andrew Yang, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders. What is MOM? Marginalization, Omission, and Mischaracterization.
The Elizabeth Warren message to those Democrats seeking the mythical center was succinct and on point. Stop being naive. Progressives understand the GOP.
MSNBC: Bernie is an afterthought, Warren is too left, and Buttigieg and Klobuchar are the ascendant stars. Now this is the derelict LA Times.
Kaiser Health News Editor-In-Chief Elisabeth Rosenthal points out the difficulties that Medicare for All presents in a very circumspect manner.