Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Morning Jolt: The Side Effect of Identity Politics in the Democratic Primary

You are just not going to believe how this week is progressing. A Yale professor contends Pete Buttigeig represents "heterosexuality without women"; the philosophies of identity politics and intersectionality leave a slew of Democratic candidates arguing that the process and media coverage is particularly unfair to them; the New York Times buries the lead about Hunter Biden's international business-consulting work; PolitiFact closes the book on Democratic claims about Florida and Georgia's 2018 elections, and . . . maybe we won't ever hear testimony from Robert Muller?

The Knives Start Coming out in the Democratic Primary

There's a lot going on in this Los Angeles Review of Books essay about Pete Buttigieg and his husband appearing on the cover of Time magazine, entitled "Heterosexuality Without Women ...

May 22 2019

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The Side Effect of Identity Politics in the Democratic Primary

Jim Geraghty

You are just not going to believe how this week is progressing. A Yale professor contends Pete Buttigeig represents "heterosexuality without women"; the philosophies of identity politics and intersectionality leave a slew of Democratic candidates arguing that the process and media coverage is particularly unfair to them; the New York Times buries the lead about Hunter Biden's international business-consulting work; PolitiFact closes the book on Democratic claims about Florida and Georgia's 2018 elections, and . . . maybe we won't ever hear testimony from Robert Muller?

The Knives Start Coming out in the Democratic Primary

There's a lot going on in this Los Angeles Review of Books essay about Pete Buttigieg and his husband appearing on the cover of Time magazine, entitled "Heterosexuality Without Women ... Read More

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