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Monday, April 15, 2019

Morning Jolt: Criticism of Congresswoman Ilhan Omar Isn’t the Same Thing as Violence

Making the click-through worthwhile: Rising star Pete Buttigieg formally announces his 2020 presidential campaign, Democrats spend the weekend insisting that criticism is the same thing as inciting violence, and another conservative speaker is assaulted on a college campus.

The Mayor Is Having More than a Moment

On Sunday afternoon in South Bend, Ind., Pete Buttigieg formally announced his intention to run for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. Standing on a stage in front of thousands, packed inside a former Studebaker assembly plant, the mayor claimed that he's the best alternative to what's going on in the nation's capital.

"The horror show in Washington is mesmerizing. It's all-consuming," Buttigieg said in remarks he wrote himself. "But starting today, we're going to change the channel."

The pundit class has been chattering for weeks about the 37-year-old South Bend mayor who is "having a moment." But how long does a moment have to last before it becomes something more? The Buttigieg rise answers our question. Over the last few months, he's been the subject of profiles in New York Magazine ...

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Criticism of Congresswoman Ilhan Omar Isn't the Same Thing as Violence

Alexandra DeSanctis

Making the click-through worthwhile: Rising star Pete Buttigieg formally announces his 2020 presidential campaign, Democrats spend the weekend insisting that criticism is the same thing as inciting violence, and another conservative speaker is assaulted on a college campus.

The Mayor Is Having More than a Moment

On Sunday afternoon in South Bend, Ind., Pete Buttigieg formally announced his intention to run for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. Standing on a stage in front of thousands, packed inside a former Studebaker assembly plant, the mayor claimed that he's the best alternative to what's going on in the nation's capital.

"The horror show in Washington is mesmerizing. It's all-consuming," Buttigieg said in remarks he wrote himself. "But starting today, we're going to change the channel."

The pundit class has been chattering for weeks about the 37-year-old South Bend mayor who is "having a moment." But how long does a moment have to last before it becomes something more? The Buttigieg rise answers our question. Over the last few months, he's been the subject of profiles in New York Magazine ... Read More

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