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Elizabeth Warren’s ascension to ‘frontrunner’ status has brought ‘turbulence’ & bad headlines, raising doubt on depth of candidacy.
Elizabeth Warren continues to dodge basic questions about Medicare for All, which undermines her carefully crafted image as a policy expert.
Seeking to overturn the 2016 election, Democrats have tried to impeach the president since the day he took office. This week fully exposed the fact that they lack both public support and the votes needed in the House for a formal vote on impeachment.
Joe Biden’s cash crunch is bad news for the viability of his campaign. Two weeks ago Politico exposed the looming Biden cash crunch as he fights a two-front war against primary opponents and Republicans.
Warren and Biden Have Faced Little Resistance from their Primary Opponents, Here’s the Path to Scoring Points on the Frontrunners
Beyond Biden’s anemic debate performances and constant gaffes on the trail, his family’s scandals also continue to widen. Among those scandals was Hunter Biden’s position on the board of a Chinese-backed private equity firm.
Elizabeth Warren flip-flopped last night during CNN’s LGBTQ town hall on whether she believed taxpayer dollars should be used for transgender-related surgeries for incarcerated individuals.
Elizabeth Warren’s plan to ban private prisons is yet another unworkable policy with massive unintended consequences that she is espousing on the campaign trail.
The Biden family has a four decade long history of capitalizing on the family name.
According to a new study from The Center for Immigration Studies, the plan supported by all of the 2020 Democratic presidential frontrunners to give healthcare to illegal immigrants would cost an estimated $10 billion to $23 billion.
Elizabeth Warren continues pattern of being less than truthful about life story.
Joe Biden made a slightly stunning revelation on the trail in Nevada this week saying that his embattled son, Hunter, will be appearing on the campaign trail in the near future.
All of the concerns Joe Biden highlighted so passionately in 1998 are playing themselves out before our eyes.
In a recently resurfaced video from 1998, Joe Biden warned against the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, “arguing that Congress should only pursue proceedings based on principle rather than “politics.”
Warren can’t address voters’ questions about Medicare for All details.
Warren says no one should profit from locking people up, but she has financially benefitted from private prisons in the past.
According to a new Politico report, Biden’s brother told potential investors that Joe Biden would use his cancer initiative to promote their business.
It’s been a rough week for Warren, and this is the second example of blatant hypocrisy she’s been exposed for.
Seemingly every new proposal Elizabeth Warren comes up with turns out to be completely inconsistent with her own record.
Numerous Democrats running for President have supported implementing a new financial transaction tax (FTT) — one on top of the current financial transaction fee — to pay for their expensive policy proposals.
The third Democrat debate brings opportunity for all of the candidates — who will take it?
Before taking her pledge to skip high-dollar donor events during the primary, Elizabeth Warren built up a war chest largely filled with dollars from big-time donors.
The AP also highlighted at least two instances in which Biden took money from lobbyists who had criminal records and spent time in federal prison.
As the primary drags on, voters are increasingly wondering who the real Elizabeth Warren actually is.
It turns out Biden crafted this story with details from three separate events, and even lied about the number of times he’s traveled to Afghanistan.
This follows reports that national Democrats are panicking over their presidential candidates embracing radical policy proposals.
Remember Joe Biden saying yesterday that he would stop praising segregationists?
IfNotNow activists confronted Schneider and accused him of dual loyalty to Israel.
With platforms this extreme, it’s no wonder national Democrats are hitting the panic button.
If Warren’s political gymnastics have left your head spinning, you’re not alone.
The Biden-Warren matchup leaves Democrats in a no-win situation.
A new national CNN poll of the 2020 Democratic primary has some pretty brutal numbers for Kamala Harris.
Citing Harris’ “fuzzy math,” the Post’s Glenn Kessler points out that her plan would repeal the GOP tax cuts passed in 2017 for vastly more people than she claimed.
Elizabeth Warren was forced to privately apologize to the Cherokee Nation.
An explosive report from CNN’s KFile is exposing Warren’s ideological “evolution” on regulations and taxes – leaving voters to wonder who the real Elizabeth Warren actually is.
Joe Biden’s brother James secured a risky second mortgage on a vacation home from Ukrainian businessman linked to the former Vice President.
Elizabeth Warren’s repeated attacks on law enforcement are putting the lives of police officers in danger.
In would be an understatement to say that Joe Biden has never been the most polished public figure. But his performance this weekend became the prevailing narrative of his trip to Iowa, and it’s worrying the early state’s Democrats.
Harris’ inaction caused a scandal that resulted in roughly 1,000 pending drug cases to be abandoned by prosecutors.
Harris’ debate performance is panned as she can’t defend problematic criminal justice record.
Joe Biden is on defense as he comes into the second debate eager to make voters forget about the first debate.
Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders led the charge highlighting their plans for open borders, an increased minimum wage, and free healthcare for illegal immigrants.
Democrats were falling over each other trying to race to the left tonight by embracing radical ideas that are out-of-step with mainstream Americans.
Showdown between Sanders and Warren highlights the first night of Democratic Presidential Debates in Detroit.
Following The New York Times’ scathing examination of her lack of a policy vision, Kamala Harris released a healthcare plan to attempt to nail down some parameters on an issue that has dogged her campaign since January.
Senator Elizabeth Warren’s politically motivated warning of an economic recession is panned by experts.
With another round of debates next week, Biden is under pressure to stop the hemorrhaging of support and build some positive headlines. He’s off to a poor start this week.
During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel last night, Harris went so far as to boldly proclaim that “you can keep your doctor” if Medicare for All took effect.
When then-Vice President Joe Biden hosted Chinese leader Xi Jinping for a five-day diplomatic blitz in 2012, a Hollywood Democratic mega-donor kept popping up with them.
Elizabeth Warren’s theatrical committee performance doesn’t erase her past pork-barrel politics on behalf of defense contractors.
Warren has built her campaign on the idea that she has always been working for the people, yet her time as a legal consultant runs directly contrary to that as she fought to win favorable judgments for corporate clients.
Joe Biden refuses to apologize to immigration activists for Obama-era deportations.
“I think he has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades”
South Bend’s violent crime rates have risen year over year since Mayor Pete was elected.
Biden’s claim on funding state prisons is misrepresenting his own record.
The reviews are in and Joe Biden had a very bad night.
Kamala Harris is all over the place on eliminating private health insurance. Last night, she raised her hand in support of elimination. Then she contradicted herself again.
Kamala Harris doesn’t know whether or not she would eliminate private health insurance and that should make voters just as nervous as Elizabeth Warren’s raised hand last night.
The second night of the Democrat primary debate shaped up to be much like the first. The 2020 field took a hard-left turn by embracing radical ideas that are out-of-step with mainstream Americans.
Everyone will be looking to make a moment that helps them stand out in the crowd tonight and Biden should feel the full brunt of his competitors tonight.
Tonight, Elizabeth Warren said “I’m with Bernie on Medicare For All” after raising her hand to indicate her support for abolishing her private health insurance and replacing it with a government run plan.
In tonight’s first Democrat primary debate, the candidates showed just how far-left and extreme the Democratic party is from the American electorate.
Joe Biden has “enjoyed an explosion of wealth” according to a new piece this morning from The Washington Post. Despite his oft-repeated remark that he was once the poorest Senator in Congress, the title doesn’t hold since he left office.
South Bend Mayor and 2020 presidential contender Pete Buttigieg is facing tough criticism from the city’s African American community after a recent shooting where a white police officer fatally shot an African American man.
At a speech in Miami, Bernie Sanders acknowledged that national healthcare programs, like his proposed Medicare for All bill, have problems.
ABC News published a look into instances where Joe Biden’s diplomatic work as Vice President and his son’s foreign business dealings overlap.
Joe Biden’s campaign will not say whether or not he still believes in the death penalty. After decades of supporting the policy, Biden offered a “decidedly different stance” on the campaign trail in New Hampshire earlier this month.
The Associated Press today published a story examining Joe Biden’s ties to the health care industry as a result of work through the Biden Cancer Initiative.
As Bullock’s political audience changes, so does his approach to coal.
Joe Biden tried to connect with the audience this afternoon at the Poor People’s Campaign Forum by referring to his previously held “poorest man in Congress” title.
Joe Biden’s campaign has had a difficult time managing his beliefs about abortion.
Elizabeth Warren’s deep ties to defense contractors call into question seriousness of her new reform legislation.
Today, CNN is out with a new report detailing that in 2006 Biden used to proudly tout that he wasn’t in lock step with the Democratic party on abortion. Once Biden met the ire of the liberal left in 2019 he clearly caved from political pressure.
In the context of the 2020 presidential primary, the progressive wing will be battling with Biden as the most prominent and unabashed free trade advocate in the race.
Kamala Harris is now trying to take ownership of her less than stellar record as a prosecutor.
While Harris spent a significant amount of time attempting to reframe her record, The Washington Post noted that Harris left out critical details about the less popular parts of her record as a prosecutor.
Just two days ago, Biden campaign co-chair Cedric Richmond was on CNN defending the candidate’s support for the Hyde Amendment.
Biden’s Plagiarism Problems Stem Back to Law School and Short-Lived 1988 Presidential Campaign.
Although Biden’s flip flop on the Hyde Amendment appealed to the far-left base of the party, it drew criticism from pro-life Democrats. Kristen Day, the executive director of Democrats for Life, told National Review, “Biden is making a critical error flip-flopping on his position.”
In 1973, Biden said the Supreme Court went “too far” protecting abortion rights in the Roe v. Wade decision and said that a woman should not have the “sole right to say what should happen to her body.”
This weekend, Kamala Harris is going to get her chance to tell Alabamians what she thinks about them.
The 2020 Democratic presidential field has largely jumped on the bandwagon of bashing Joe Biden for his support of the Hyde Amendment – following a flip flop over the past two weeks. However, many of them have also repeatedly voted in favor of the amendment themselves.
Joe Biden’s trip to New Hampshire was carefully planned by staff as he rolled out a new environmental policy. Joe had other ideas.
This weekend at a so-called grassroots fundraiser, Bernie Sanders was introduced by Guy Saperstein, who is “a former member of the Democracy Alliance, the secretive group of liberal billionaires…that funds Democratic campaigns and causes across the country.”
Over the weekend at the California Democratic Convention, 2020 presidential hopefuls John Hickenlooper and John Delaney were both booed by the crowd for denouncing socialism.
In attempt to quell criticism from climate activists, Joe Biden introduced a $5 trillion plan that calls for zero net carbon emissions by 2050. However, this plan is still not aggressive enough for the progressive base.
Pete Buttigieg contrasted himself with the senators running for President in saying that Al Franken should not have been pressured to leave the Senate following sexual misconduct allegations.
News reports from the convention covered Harris’s fall “from the top of the Presidential pack,” and how her position in her home state and important primary state is precarious.
Yesterday, at a MoveOn forum Kamala Harris was asked to respond to concerns about people losing their private health insurance as a result of Medicare for All.
In an interview this morning on “The Breakfast Club” Elizabeth Warren was pressed by the show’s hosts on her Native American heritage.
One month into Joe Biden’s campaign, one question continues to linger over his bid. Does he have the ability to maintain the frontrunner status that was thrust upon him?
2020 presidential hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris postponed her scheduled campaign trip to Iowa this week to stay in DC to vote on funding for natural disaster relief.
After decades of debate, successful votes in Congress, and repeated pronunciations that Israel and the United States are inseparable allies, the Trump Administration moved the American Embassy in Israel to its capital city of Jerusalem.
Joe Biden has joined the bandwagon of the far-left and reversed his previous support of the Hyde Amendment
Nearly every 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful has sworn off accepting money from dark money groups, corporate PACs, and other big money sources to appease the far-left base.
Last night, Elizabeth Warren’s campaign released a list of cases that she worked on during her time as a law professor, “charging as much as $675 an hour to advise a variety of clients,” according to The Washington Post.
Democratic candidates’ spending would “require taxing middle-income people…But talking about that just doesn’t fly politically.”
In last night’s CNN town hall, Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke said he was “happy” with his 2015 vote for the oil export ban, a policy issue causing him trouble with the progressive base of the Democratic primary.
Kamala Harris’ latest flip flop is her new-found support for independent investigations of police shootings.
The O’Rourke campaign owes El Paso Police officers nearly $21,000 for 675 overtime hours that the officers worked for Beto’s campaign launch.