We Need Moral Leadership Now, But Don’t Expect it From Republicans

I often try to preach bipartisanship in politics, especially now that Americans are polarized alongside party lines more than ever. When I ran a local chapter of Massachusetts High School Democrats at my high school, I always opened up meetings to conservative Republican students to converse about current events. I want to understand my conservative peers. I’ve never liked to …

The Importance of Biden’s VP Pick

While the office of the vice presidency has often been mocked and ridiculed, the Vice Presidential pick can make or break Presidential campaigns. The Vice President allows the Presidential candidate to diversify his/her base of supporters. In essence, the Vice President is an extension of the Presidential candidate’s image. Most significantly though, the Vice President is a unique opportunity to …

Joe Biden and all his Malarkey

Since the beginning of the 2020 presidential campaign, former Vice President Joe Biden emerged as the indisputable frontrunner. Biden simply dominates other candidates, consistently polling in first place nationally and raising over $20 million. Due to his experience as President Obama’s right-hand man and position as a moderate in a field of progressive candidates, many contend that Biden is the …

The media blackout surrounding Andrew Yang

“The opposite of Donald Trump is an Asian man that likes math,” says Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang at his rallies. Yang, a 44-year-old tech entrepreneur and founder of the nonprofit Venture For America, has attracted a flurry of spirited supporters called the “Yang Gang.” His flagship policy is the Freedom Dividend, a version of universal basic income (UBI), where …