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The Future of the Semi-Victorious Democratic Party

The Future of the Semi-Victorious Democratic Party

New York Times reporter Astead W. Herndon introduced his post-election interview with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez by reminding readers how the ebullient progressive Democrat has dutifully played the role the Democrats requested of her during the presidential election campaign. “For months,” he...

The Rise and Fall of US Democracy

The Rise and Fall of US Democracy

A functioning democracy requires an educated, informed population that understands its role in the processes that define how the democratic nation is governed. Ordinary citizens have two opportunities for actively participating in those processes. They can run for office or help those who are...

Democrats and Americans Fall to Their Knees

Democrats and Americans Fall to Their Knees

One of the most spectacular shifts of cultural perception currently taking place in the US concerns the symbolic status of the gesture of kneeling. Deemed provocative and unpatriotic only a few months ago by a majority of Americans, prominent people have begun using it as a proof of commitment to...

What Will Americans Endure in This Presidential Race?

What Will Americans Endure in This Presidential Race?

For at least the past 30 years, the strategy of the Democratic Party in the US has consistently focused solely on winning elections by arguing that its oligarchic loyalties are less servile than those of the Republicans. Since Bill Clinton’s presidency in the 1990s, the party has never strayed...

Democrats Erase Bernie Sanders’ Name in New York

Democrats Erase Bernie Sanders’ Name in New York

The Democratic Party in the US has once again undertaken its mission to remove the biggest obstacle to achieving the promise of efficiency in democratic government. It consists of preventing people — in this case, its own voters — from having a voice in democracy. Can America’s...

Can the Democratic Party Unite Behind Bernie Sanders?

Can the Democratic Party Unite Behind Bernie Sanders?

The Washington Post has published an AP-sourced article about Democratic candidates across the nation who are freaking out about the idea of Bernie Sanders becoming the Democratic standard-bearer in the November election. The various corporate media in the US are awash with pundits warning about...

You Can’t Teach an Old Donkey New Tricks

You Can’t Teach an Old Donkey New Tricks

Not so long ago, John Kerry was the Democrats’ presidential candidate. Although he emphatically denies it, he appears ready — in case of an emergency — to have another go. Why would he do so? The reason should now be obvious. So obvious, in fact, that he explained it to a friend on a phone...

Iowa Caucus: The Democratic Party’s Fine Art of Losing

Iowa Caucus: The Democratic Party’s Fine Art of Losing

The world of presidential electoral politics in the US has, for some time, become the Superbowl of hyperreality. The day after the NFL Superbowl, without the slightest pause, the physical sport of American football yielded the spotlight to the political sport of the presidential primaries, which...

Moderates May Be Extremists

Moderates May Be Extremists

One of Fair Observer’s featured articles this week is a piece by Neil Kapoor, a high school student with a definite talent for journalism. Analyzing the data available concerning US elections, he has delivered a persuasive, though not an entirely convincing argument in favor of the idea that...

The Facts Behind the Democratic Debate

The Facts Behind the Democratic Debate

The fourth debate for the Democratic presidential primaries took place on October 15. In this video by The Washington Post, the facts behind the claims made candidates are explained.

The Party’s Over, But the Democrats Are Dying for a Last Drink

The Party’s Over, But the Democrats Are Dying for a Last Drink

Business Insider attempts to make sense of the deep divide within the Democratic Party in the US that leaves those who identify as Democrats in a major metaphysical quandary, wondering not just about their identity but whether they have a claim to exist. In so doing, it demonstrates a problem...

Who Can Beat Trump in 2020?

Who Can Beat Trump in 2020?

For Democrats, the issue of paramount importance is identifying the person best suited to defeating Trump in November 2020. The United States of America is facing a constitutional crisis of an unparalleled magnitude. The Founding Fathers of the nation wisely created the executive, judicial and...

Reparations Cannot Repair the Irreparable

Reparations Cannot Repair the Irreparable

Establishment Democrats are busy marketing “reparations” to repair the damage they keep doing to their own image. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary reports. With the US presidential election “only” 20 months away, the already declared Democratic candidates have begun evoking the key issues....

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