Well, just as I suspected, there was no presidential debate this week. After Trump tested positive for COVID, Biden refused to participate in the next debate, which was to be … Continue Reading The Debates Are Better When They Aren’t Debates
Twice so far this election, conservative media outlets – chiefly Fox News and the New York Post – have tried to jolt the struggling Trump campaign with an October Surprise. … Continue Reading Brennan and Biden “scandals” show the gulf between conservative media and the world
You don’t have to look hard to find merchandise you can buy and wear to show your support for Donald Trump’s re-election. Hats, shirts, playing cards, wristbands, hair ties, sweatshirts … Continue Reading How bootleg merchandise could bring down the Trump campaign
From the staffs of KHN and PolitiFact October 8, 2020 The Trump administration’s pandemic response: decisive action that saved lives, or the greatest failure of any presidential administration? During Wednesday’s … Continue Reading In Debate, Pence and Harris Offer Conflicting Views of Nation’s Reality
Hello, dear readers of Pyramid. My post summarizing/reacting to/snarking about the first presidential debate was not originally written for this site — as you might have guessed from that introductory … Continue Reading Pence, Harris, and the night we’ll never get back
By Paul Wiele for Pyramid Welcome to my self-inflicted purgatory: the first 2020 general election debate! First off: as you know, I am not much of a Biden fan and … Continue Reading The first debate could have gone worse. Possibly. Somehow.
Whether you want to call September 29, 2008, the “beginning” of the recession probably depends on the kind of economist you are (or aren’t). By today, both Lehman Brothers and … Continue Reading Today in History: the Beginning of the 2008 Recession
Elections in the Soviet Union were and are often decried as undemocratic. The way the Soviet election system worked was simple: you were handed a ballot with one candidate, nominated … Continue Reading The safest election is one with no voters
by Miranda Green When the first fire of the season broke out on the Hoopa Valley Reservation in Northern California in July, Greg Moon faced a dilemma. As Hoopa’s fire … Continue Reading Native Americans Feel Double Pain of COVID and Fires ‘Gobbling Up the Ground’
Sure enough, a vacancy on the highest court in the United States has appeared. Far from being merely in an election year – as happened in 2016 – this vacancy … Continue Reading The hypocrisy is the point
Welcome to our recurring series “Who The Fuck Are All These Fucks?” in which we profile, in brief, each of the 2020 candidates for president. This series is not meant … Continue Reading 2020 Candidates: Deval Patrick
On June 27, ten candidates debated in Miami, each hoping to become the Democratic Party’s nominee for president in July 2020. The night before, ten lesser-known candidates (with Elizabeth Warren … Continue Reading Busing, Biden, and the Looming Question of Age
Last night, voters had the opportunity to see the first ten candidates seeking the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. In a policy-heavy and not particularly exciting debate, the candidates showed that … Continue Reading Debatable: The second 10 candidates
Here we find ourselves, at last, at the start of the Democratic primary. The for real start. The true launchpad. The very first Democratic presidential debate of the 2020 election, … Continue Reading Debatable: The first 10 candidates
We’re live-blogging the first Democratic primary debate of the 2020 election. This will begin at 8:45 PM ET and will continue until they stop talking or we die of boredom. … Continue Reading Debatable: Live Blog (Night 1)
You don’t exactly have to scour the internet to see Democrats are concerned about Joe Biden’s seemingly indestructible lead in the 2020 presidential election. There are certainly indicators that his … Continue Reading It isn’t the DNC that’s pushing Joe Biden. It’s our fear.