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Archive for the ‘2020 Democratic Primaries’ Category

Posted by MurphTheSurf3 On Apr - 30 - 2019 4 COMMENTS

With 20 Plus individuals seeking to be Commander in Chief, it is worthwhile to consider what makes one person superior to another in seeking the nomination. Scholars have assembled a number of lists. Here is an essay that gathers a number of them together.

Posted by AdLib On Apr - 17 - 2019 3 COMMENTS

There are many traps for conscientious candidates who run against a sociopathic demogogue who shows no hesitation to damage society or abuse the powers of the presidency to win at any cost. Avoiding them is critical.

Posted by AdLib On Apr - 4 - 2019 5 COMMENTS

The Democratic nominee for President in 2020 should consider a “New Frontier”-type campaign, not only because it is a proven path to success but because, as President Kennedy said about the fight for racial equality, “It is the right thing to do.”

Posted by AdLib On Feb - 12 - 2019 7 COMMENTS

It’s like the Republicans have built a scale where the fulcrum is so far to the right that conservatism would be in the center and issues most Americans support are “far left”.

Posted by AdLib On Jan - 14 - 2019 5 COMMENTS

We will likely see the largest and most diverse field of Democrats running for the presidential nomination. Here is our Way Too Early List of which Democrats may be more or less likely to win the 2020 nomination and why.

Posted by AdLib On Jan - 30 - 2018 16 COMMENTS

For the past 9 years, since it was founded, PlanetPOV has covered and hosted a live chat during every State of the Union address. However, out of principle and to make a statement, we won’t be doing so tonight.

Posted by AdLib On Nov - 28 - 2017 5 COMMENTS

The next Democratic primary for president in 2020 will not be a Back to the Future experience, Hillary will not be running against Bernie. Whoever the candidate turns out to be, he or she will be the only hope for America to end the destructive rampage of the Trump regime.

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