The Democrats are here now to fight. But the bigger battle, for these six precious electoral votes, will be the one on Election Day.
The DNC seems to be achieving what it wanted all along–a narrow field of white candidates who can’t be accused of dabbling in identity politics.
It was tossed by the courts, and it ended up destroying the California GOP. But with Donald Trump and Stephen Miller in the White House, its spirit remains with us.
The architect of Trump’s inhumane immigration policy is the worst sort of true believer.
Kamala Harris recently described her race and gender as “the elephant in the room.” She’s not supposed to talk like that. But she’s right.
Would it be so difficult to express your condolences, acknowledge what happened, and give us a little space?
I used to read about the civil rights movement wondering what it was like to be terrorized because of the color of my skin. I no longer have to wonder.
So the promised big crackdown didn’t come off as promised. But the intended effect was achieved, as many immigrants cowered in fear.
No one wants to just let everyone just walk in. Now, a few Democrats are finally offering credible ideas about how to move past that fake choice.
JFK’s biggest challenge in 1960 was being ‘the first’ (that is, Catholic). Castro’s is being the first Mexican American. But 1960 proves that prejudice can be overcome.