The midterm elections showed a nation increasingly—if belatedly—in step with former President Barack Obama’s approach to health care.
Trump's opposition needs a new rallying cry, and the consumer rights advocate and former presidential candidate has just the slogan.
And with Neil Gorsuch and now Brett Kavanaugh in tow, the president is well on his way achieving his objective.
While Democratic enthusiasm this year has largely been fueled by anger toward President Trump, candidates are focusing their messaging on health care.
Speaking at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign on Friday, the former president says Democrats are running on “good new ideas" like single-payer health care.
In all areas—from international and domestic policy to tax reform, from immigration to health care—a common theme has emerged: The president just can't do things competently.
What the former vice president and Progressive Party presidential candidate advocated during the Cold War should be a benchmark for progressives judging our president today.
The Republican movement took Washington by storm eight years ago, but its failures show the limits of riding a campaign wave into the reality of governing.