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Bernie Sanders Probably Won't Win the 2020 Democratic Nomination. Here's Why.

  • Sean Culleton
  • Mar 16, 2019 10:38AM

Sanders's role in reviving left-wing policies in the Democratic Party is undeniable. But that success may be his undoing in 2020.  

Electability or Ideology: What is the Winning Strategy for Democrats in 2020?

  • Sean Culleton
  • Feb 23, 2019 12:15PM

Amidst an early but growing pool of 2020 Democratic candidates, one thing is certain -- there's no clear leader that checks all the boxes. 

Does Hypocrisy Even Matter Anymore?

  • Sean Culleton
  • Feb 9, 2019 11:56AM

As a tool of political argument, hypocrisy's overuse has rendered it impotent against its targets. 

Whataboutism: How the Right Uses Collective Guilt to Defend Trump

  • Sean Culleton
  • Jan 6, 2019 10:24AM

Whataboutism is a favorite tool of President Trump and his supporters, but it does not have to become a mainstream element of political discourse if we are prepared to assert our personal commitment to truth as individuals.

Many Democrats Believe Mueller is Their Best Hope for Deposing Trump. They are Wrong.

  • Sean Culleton
  • Dec 16, 2018 10:41AM

There is no reason to believe that the Mueller investigation removing Trump from office would mean an automatic political victory for Democrats. 

Florida Recount Recap: Untangling the Web of Partisan Talking Points

  • Sean Culleton
  • Dec 1, 2018 10:46AM

If we truly want to understand the systematic issues affecting our electoral process, we have to move beyond the lens of self-serving partisanship. 

Giving Thanks for a Caravan of Pilgrims

  • Sean Culleton
  • Nov 22, 2018 11:01AM

The narrative surrounding Thanksgiving has always been a complicated one, but this year it seems especially so. 

As Early Voting Turnout Surges in Texas, Dems are Counting Their Midterm Chickens

  • Sean Culleton
  • Nov 5, 2018 12:58PM

The record-breaking early voter turnout, usually viewed as favorable to Democrats is a sign that incumbent Ted Cruz may be on his way out. 

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