Back in 2019, a rumor began circulating. First, it flowed through prominent Democratic officials and donors, then through the outer ring of politicos, and finally through the press. The rumor: … Continue Reading President Kamala Harris
Ever since the liberal mainstream media called the election for Joe Biden even before all the votes were counted and with allegations of pro-Democratic voter fraud all across this great … Continue Reading Trump could use this little-known loophole to still win the election
Across Twitter, armchair pundits and genuine pundits alike are a little frustrated by the lack of a call in the presidential election. No major network, nor the Associated Press, has … Continue Reading Joe Biden is the winner – but we don’t know how, yet
Julie Rovner Former Vice President Joe Biden appeared to be inching toward the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency Wednesday afternoon, but at the same time it was … Continue Reading A Biden Win and Republican Senate Might Lead to Gridlock on Health Issues
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Another Pyramid contributor challenged me to a simple contest: predict the outcome of today’s election and whoever is closest gets, you know, the honor of being closest. While he took … Continue Reading There’s a chance we look back on this and laugh, right?
Yesterday was a milestone in our long national nightmare: the last debate of the 2020 election cycle! Well, unless we really are in a time loop. As FiveThirtyEight points out, … Continue Reading Last, and Also Least
Julie Rovner, Kaiser Health News If Joe Biden wins the presidency in November, health is likely to play a high-profile role in his agenda. Just probably not in the way … Continue Reading Biden’s Big Health Agenda Won’t Be Easy to Achieve
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
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.
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
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.
One of the big questions that haunts the Who The Fuck Are All These Fucks? series is: when does someone get a profile? Does it come when they’ve announced their … Continue Reading Fine, okay, let’s talk about Joe Biden
We’re deep in the middle of the 2020 presidential election but it’s March of 2019 and we should not be in the middle of an election that’s still nearly two … Continue Reading We’re ranking the Democratic candidates by how silly their names sound