Kamala Harris

ANALYSIS: Political Pundits Have No Idea What They’re Talking About

Nevertheless, they persist

Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D., Mass.) presidential campaign is over. She's still in the race, for now, but she is not going to be the Democratic Party's nominee in 2020. All that remains to be seen at this point is A) when she'll drop out, and B) whether she'll endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) and help him clinch the nomination or shiv him in the back like the opportunistic snake she is accused (by some) of being.

This CNN Reporter Can’t Stop Fawning Over the Dems She Covers

Maeve Reston, CNN's national political reporter on the 2020 beat, has performed journalism on many of the leading candidates seeking the Democratic nomination. An analysis of her campaign coverage suggests Reston's approach to reporting on Democrats closely resembles the coverage President Donald Trump believes he ought to be receiving in light of his historically successful presidency.

Kamala Harris Doesn’t Understand How Polling Works

No, a 'Fox News poll' is not a poll of Fox News viewers.

Kamala Harris

Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) failed to realize that news organizations do not just survey their own viewers when she used Fox News poll results to exaggerate popular support for impeachment.

Medicare For All: Progressive Campaign Killer

Column: Harris and Warren fell for the fool's gold of socialized medicine

Kamala HarrisPundits have a ready explanation when one of their favorites loses or ends a campaign: The voters just didn't get to know the candidate the way media do. He or she was too wonky, or eager to please, or insular, or revealing, or uncertain for the masses. The electoral process made it impossible for him or her to connect with voters. The classic example is Hillary Clinton, who has re-introduced herself to the public umpteen times over the decades. A friend who knows her once told me I would like Clinton if only I got to meet her informally. I had a good laugh at that one.