No, with April 1 still a day away, this is not an April Fools joke. PPFA actually has a post. (Don’t get used to it.) I was about to say it’s been a weird couple months since I last wrote something, but then I checked when my last post actually was, and it’s just been… Read More PPFA Update (and a Top 30 Challenge for April)
Have you ever had a significant other whose prior significant other was particularly good-looking or talented, leaving you feeling a little, um, “inadequate”? No? Oh. Me neither. If we had, though, I bet we’d feel a little like today’s slate of primary contests. Super Tuesday spoiled us. Remember when a single state and just a… Read More Mediocre Tuesday
Super Tuesday is behind us, as are a couple dozen Democratic candidates. Now we pivot to the final stage of this protracted primary: a brawl between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, one that could drag on for months. (I feel like we should be listening to this track from Rocky II. Bill Conti, ladies and… Read More The Pivot
In a Beatlesesque eight-day week, every box of the Biden Campaign’s Must Do List was checked. And now, quite unlike his last major opponent, he ain’t got nothin’ but love for the Democratic Party.
Happy Super Tuesday! The first four states were less about the delegates as much as they were about momentum, media interpretations, and how those factors affect today, the day about 35% of pledged delegates are awarded. (Wishful thinking, am I right? Prepare for days of delegate-counting.) Coming out of South Carolina, Joe Biden has picked… Read More Super Tuesday 2020 Previewpalooza
It took 32 years, but Joe Biden finally won a presidential primary. On Saturday night, he won South Carolina, and he won it big.
Tomorrow we arrive at the fourth contest of the 2020 Democratic Primary: South Carolina. Before I get into the punditry and predictions, there are several pieces of important context to first address.