‘American women go to work’: Democratic women roast Trump’s ‘suburban housewife’ scare tweet

BY: - August 13, 2020

A day after President Donald Trump darkly tweeted warnings of a suburban “invasion,” and bragged that only he could protect “the suburban housewife” from its impact, four Democratic women offered a forceful rebuttal, describing him as a relic of an America that, if it existed in the first place, was the relic of an “Ozzie […]


Trump is ancient history. Kamala Harris is America as it is now | John L. Micek

BY: - August 12, 2020

Harris is America as it is now, and will be in the decades to come. Trump is an unpleasant chapter the country can't move past quickly enough.


The election is a referendum on Trump. It’s also one on his enablers | Opinion

BY: - August 9, 2020

It is now up to the voters in November to decide whether Trump and his enablers should be removed from office in November.

On 55th anniversary of Voting Rights Act, Black lawmakers stress importance of voting in November

BY: - August 6, 2020

State Rep. Jordan Harris' mother is 55 years old. For her, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which guaranteed Black Americans' right to vote, isn't ancient history. It's a day that exists within living memory.


In swing states like Pa., young Blacks aren’t sold on Biden, Democrats, or voting. Why? | Opinion

BY: - August 6, 2020

Young Black voters think the Democratic Party expects their vote, but doesn't do anything to deserve it except claim to be “less racist” than the GOP.


Biden is trying to have it both ways on fracking. That could cost him in Pa. | Mark O’Keefe

BY: - August 5, 2020

Biden should get behind the grand jury report issued by Attorney General Josh Shapiro -- endearing him to progressives and pro-frackers alike.


Why Joe Biden might be the Warren Harding we need right now | Joseph R. Powers

BY: - August 5, 2020

Harding ran, and won, the presidency in 1920, amid pandemic and upheaval, promising a 'Return to Normalcy.' It was boring. It was exactly what we needed.


Study: Biden can lure Pa., swing state moderates on immigration | Tuesday Morning Coffee

BY: - August 4, 2020

Immigration remains in Trump's wheelhouse. But in new research, an immigrant rights group argues there's ground for Biden to seize.


Can former Ohio Gov. John Kasich build a bridge to Repubs unhappy with Trump? | Dick Polman

BY: - August 3, 2020

It’s simple math. A successful political coalition is built on the principle of addition, not subtraction. Basically, you welcome anyone who wants to help. You park all disagreements and join forces for the common cause. All Democrats should be thrilled that vocal cadres of anti-Trump Republicans are laboring to defeat – by the most decisive […]

Booker: Biden’s plan is more than economics, it’s also racial justice

BY: - August 1, 2020

By Jamyra Perry PHILADELPHIA — U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., outlined on Friday presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s plan to not only restore the economy but to make it better. The “Build Back Better” economic recovery plan for working families was introduced during a roundtable hosted by local Senator Sharif Street. During the one-hour […]


Trump isn’t serious about delaying the election. He’s deadly serious about destroying its legitimacy | John L. Micek

BY: - July 31, 2020

We've been tested before, Mr. President. We'll be tested again. The nation is strong enough to go through an election this November.


Panned on the pandemic, Trump lags Biden in Pa. in new poll | Thursday Morning Coffee

BY: - July 30, 2020

With less than 100 days to go before this November’s general election, former Vice President Joe Biden holds a 9-point, 50-41 percent, lead over President Donald Trump in a critical battleground state, where voters say they’re disappointed in the 45th president’s job performance and his management of the COVID-19 pandemic. About two in five registered […]