Politics can get dirty. But there is a certain level that must not infect intraparty battles. Unfortunately, the DCCC is doing an excellent job of going beyond dirty to vindictive. It so happens that the vindictiveness serves as a cover for what is readily apparent, real progressives need not apply.
It is essential to cauterize the reality in everyone's psyche that most Americans support progressive policies. Theo Anderson wrote in his article:
Something remarkable has happened over the past...
Robert L. Borosage
The DCCC shouldn't be pushing activists aside in key races.
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The Democratic Party has no leader right now. No one. Former President Barack Obama is palling around with his billionaire, island-owning buddies. Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders is kicking back in one of his three houses (we're guessing the big one on Lake Champlain). And the 20-some 2020 presidential wannabes are ...