By Ian Firstenberg The Iowa Caucus is a strange relic of the American Political system like the NYT endorsement. Regardless, the eyes of the country and even the world turned to the Midwest state that Jimmy Carter lifted to political prominence in the 1970s (boy howdy what a show). A
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By Sunny Dell Let’s first acknowledge every current candidate running in the Democratic presidential primary is faulty is some way or another. They’re all plagued with mistakes and missteps, old and new. Their characters, demeanors and perspectives are either too archaic, too naive or too bombastic. They make promises that
Following swiftly on the heels of their disastrous would-be CBS series about the Ghost Ship fire, Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman have reportedly spiked another project, a planned biopic of South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg called Treacliest Way Home. Criticized for lacking any real connection to the East Bay artistic
And then there were…20! Okay, with the recent addition of Joe Sestak, there are actually now 24 somewhat viable, if not just interesting, democratic presidential candidates to mull over. But the debates Wednesday and Thursday in Miami will showcase the top 20 contenders to climb to the top of the
Pete Buttigieg could actually win this thing. I will first say this is NOT an endorsement; this is purely observation. I hold judgment until I see how candidates perform on the debate stage – that’s where they go to thrive or die and I’m looking forward to the show. But