Philip Caldwell

Biden Refuses to Apologize to Protesters for Deportations

Then says he would apologize if 'you were engaged in a misdemeanor and/or your family was separated'

At a campaign event in New Hampshire Friday, Democratic candidate Joe Biden was confronted by protesters who demanded he apologize for deportations of illegal immigrants during the Obama administration. Biden stood firm in refusing to disavow deportations as a tool of immigration enforcement.

Kamala Harris Stands by Latest Private Insurance Reversal

Harris has been inconsistent on the role of private health insurance

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) confirmed during a Friday appearance on The View that her Medicare for All plan would not eliminate private supplemental health insurance, rebutting her own past statements indicating that she supported abolishing private insurance.

Cory Booker’s Brother Got Top N.J. Education Job After Poor Tenure Leading Charter School

One teacher said she had 'no idea what he did' during the first year of operation

Cary Booker, older brother of senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker (D., N.J.), landed a top education job in the New Jersey governor’s administration in June despite an abysmal record leading a charter school in Tennessee, according to a report by NJ Advance Media.

San Juan Mayor Refuses to Criticize Cuban and Venezuelan Regimes

Says Puerto Rico endures captivity 'on a daily basis as a colony of the United States'

In an interview with Univision, Carmen Yulín Cruz, mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2020 candidate for Puerto Rican governor, and co-chair of Senator Bernie Sanders's presidential campaign, had harsh words for the United States government but declined to condemn Cuba or Venezuela for their wrongdoings.

Justice Ginsburg Praises Kavanaugh For All-Female Staff

'A very important first on the Supreme Court'

"It's thanks to our new justice, Justice Kavanaugh." Ginsburg said. "Whose entire staff are all women, all of his law clerks are women. And with his four women as law clerks, it's the first time in the history of the United States that there have been more women clerking at the court than men."

Seth Moulton Bashes Warren’s Free College Plan

The Massachusetts congressman failed to meet the debate's polling and donor standards

Warren did not face push-back on her free college plan from other candidates on stage, but Moulton insisted to Catanese that he would have called her out had he been at the debate.