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Two weeks before the blue wave: Here are 5 ways the Democrats could still totally blow it

In simply over two weeks, the largest midterm election in my lifetime, and probably in anyone’s lifetime, will lastly attain its determination level. Are you...

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Ralph Nader: Democrats are still weak and corrupt, “could blow it again”

Ralph Nader is aware of how you are feeling concerning the 2000 election and the presidency of George W. Bush, all these years later. He would really like you...

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Democratic moderates fear the “socialist left” will wreck the party: They want to keep that gig

No political group in the current historical past of the world has had a present for snatching defeat from the jaws of victory fairly like the Democratic Get...

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Democrats have an ideology — government as a force for good. To win, they must embrace it

As Matt Grossmann and David Hopkins vividly underscore of their ebook “Asymmetric Politics: Ideological Republicans and Group Interest Democrats” (Salon...