Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) told activists at the liberal Netroots Nation conference last weekend that progressives are the “heart and soul” of the Democratic Party, but moderate Democrats are pushing back against Warren’s claim.
Failed Democratic congressional candidate Jon Ossoff will be part of a panel discussion on Saturday to discuss how to have success in the 2018 midterms at the left-wing activist gathering, Netroots Nation.
One panel at the upcoming left-wing activist gathering Netroots Nation will compare George W. Bush to Adolf Hitler and strategize how to oppose President Donald Trump should a 9/11-like national tragedy cause people to rally around him.
The following sentence describes something that happened at the Netroots Nation gathering of liberal activists in Phoenix over the weekend. It explains the modern Democratic Party.
The Free Beacon’s tireless reporting on, and in-depth analysis of, Hillary Clinton’s advanced age and possibly deteriorating health appears to be causing some Democratic voters to rethink their support for the elderly homeowner.
People milled outside the San Jose Tech Museum of Innovation waiting to drink merry and meet Howard Dean. And the year wasn’t 2004.
Progressives at the 2013 Netroots Nation conference were not entirely supportive of Hillary Clinton being selected as the Democrats’ 2016 presidential nominee.