Tag: 2020 Presidential race; Democrat candidates

Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Another one bites the dust: Mayor Pete out of race

 

The New York Times is reporting that Mayor Pete Buttigieg is ending his campaign for the Democratic Party presidential nomination. He barely won in Iowa, maybe. He came second to Senator Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire, then underperformed in Nevada and South Carolina, while Joe Biden suddenly became relevant again, winning convincingly, as he said he would, in South Carolina. Mayor Pete ended up following on the heels of billionaire businessman Tom Steyer, exiting after South Carolina. So what does this mean going forward?

Mayor Pete’s campaign Twitter account paints the picture. Instead of heading to Texas for planned rallies, Buttigieg went back to his home town and gave a speech to his campaign supporters Sunday evening at 8:30 pm, Eastern Time.

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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. The Democratic Party’s Religious Intolerance Harms Real People

 

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Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene’s Flowers, stands to lose every penny she owns after politely declining to participate in a same-sex wedding.
In its 2016 platform, the Democratic Party identified itself as “the party of inclusion,” promising to “work together to move this country forward, even when we disagree.” Yet a resolution the party adopted last month shows that the Democrats are contradicting themselves.

The new resolution makes plain the party’s opposition to people of faith whose views depart from secular orthodoxy on hot-button social issues.

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In its 2016 platform, the Democratic Party identified itself as “the party of inclusion,” promising to “work together to move this country forward, even when we disagree.” Yet a resolution the party adopted last month shows that the Democrats are contradicting themselves. The new resolution makes plain the party’s opposition to people of faith whose […]

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Andrew Yang is one of 3,138 potential Democratic nominees for the 2020 presidential race. He’s gained a bit of a reputation among conservatives as one of the few “normal” Democrats. Yang did an appearance on Ben Shapiro’s show and recently Dave Rubin’s. He’s not afraid to discuss his positions with those of an opposing view […]

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Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. The Weekly Standings

 

Hank Howdy: Hello and welcome to the Weekly Standings. I’m chief analyst Hank Howdy.

Bob Spwortz: And I’m your host, Bob Spwortz. Along with Kurt Kurtsson at the tracking board, we’ll be following this exciting competition to the very end. Beginning with the second division, we had exciting news this week as Mayor Bill De Blasio decided to enter the race.

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