Tag Archives: Tom Steyer

The Current Snapshot

Things change in American politics in a matter of hours. At this point the Democratic presidential primary race is no exception. I hope you read this article soon after it is published because if you wait very long it will be a history lesson not a snapshot in time. Let’s explore. Continue reading The Current Snapshot

Debate Cover?

I’m not sure quite why I titled this posting Debate Cover? Was it because today is the day of the New Hampshire Primary and Friday’s debate having happened at St. Anselm’s College so it was my last chance to publish it and still being timely?  Was it because it was so much on my mind this Saturday afternoon that I had to commit it to paper? Was it because I thought Donald Trump timed phase one of his purge on a day he knew the press would make the debate the top story? Regardless of my motivation, let’s explore. Continue reading Debate Cover?

Just A Tuesday Night In Iowa

If you sought exciting TV Tuesday night I hope you didn’t tune into the Democratic debate from Drake University in Iowa like I did. This debate was significant in that it was the first time that all the candidates with any chance of securing the nomination were on the stage at the same time. With that in mind, let’s explore. Continue reading Just A Tuesday Night In Iowa

Lack Of Diversity?

Tonight the Democrats are holding their sixth debate of the 2020 campaign in Los Angles. As of this writing with hours to go before the field is set seven candidates have qualified. They are: Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Tom Steyer, Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Yang. Of the six candidates I feel have at least an outside shot at the nomination only Corry Booker did not make the cut. Some are making a big deal out of the fact that the field lacks diversity. My reply is: Are you serious? Let’s explore. Continue reading Lack Of Diversity?

As Of This Point

I thought today would be an opportunity to review the state of the 2020 Democratic presidential race as of this writing. This is especially true with the recent exit of Kamala Harris. Let’s explore. Continue reading As Of This Point