Political business is good, but how did we get to this point?
The bully pulpit can capture the public's attention, but it's not enough.
Clinton has a far more effective and popular message among Democratic voters.
Operatives use "social welfare" organizations to pump anonymous millions into our elections.
Even in states where Democrats have recruited solid candidates, rural counties are a challenge.
There are actions he can take to increase transparency, even without Congress.
But when looking at exit polls, pollsters and scholars need to study the various groups within the overall Hispanic community.
Party campaign leaders don't have a strategy to compete for votes in the countryside.
The Libre Initiative is tasked with convincing Hispanics to vote against their economic self-interest.
Kamala Harris's candidacy draws parallels to Hillary Clinton in 2016 — and Obama in 2004.