The backdrop—the LMU labor dispute—provides a perfect excuse to talk about working America. But the temptation to throw elbows will be strong.
Max Burns is a veteran Democratic strategist and senior contributor at Millennial Politics. He regularly makes appearances on Fox News, Fox Business, and Bloomberg Radio. Follow him on Twitter @TheMaxBurns
Unlike the current Democratic establishment, mission-driven Millennials refuse to put party orthodoxy ahead of the issues that brought them into political activism.
Pelosi’s decision to move forward is music to the ears of Democratic voters eager to hold Trump accountable. And it puts a clock above the heads of House Democrats.
First Tom Steyer, who’s spent $47 million that could have helped Senate candidates; and now Mike Bloomberg. Go away and leave us alone!
I worked at Facebook. It wasn’t—then—a massive monopoly hellbent on destroying democracy.
What made him so dangerous was his determined incitement of the worst and most violent tendencies of his populist mob.
Tillerson says the President broke the law. Ivanka barges into head-of-state meetings. State career people are beside themselves, and their department is in tatters.
The failure of the ERA in the 1980s made Democrats and liberals gun-shy about constitutional reform. It’s long past time to get over it.