If we have nothing to fear, why are Democrats so afraid of guns, the police, dissenting voices, and Donald Trump? The Democrats' angel of light is confused.
Were they any good? Judging a speech is not about partisanship. The main criterion of a good political speech is whether it persuades average voters at home.
As a re-boot of the Hillary brand, her speech was a failure; as an appeal to her base, it was probably a success. She didn't say much, but she said it loud.
President Obama gave a convention speech that has been widely praised as eloquent, touching and inspiring. It reminded people why he is popular—and why Hillary is not.
Tim who? After Obama's speech, does anybody remember who he is, or why Hillary Clinton chose him as her running mate? Does anybody care?
Reports from Philly are that the DNC Convention is in chaos, both politically and physically.
She will stay on as an honorary chair of the Clinton campaign, but her reign over the DNC is over, and we may not have Debbie Schultz to kick around anymore.
The GOP message on Monday was punish bad cops, but support law, order and the police; the Democratic convention message is shaping up to "don't shoot, pigs!"
Hillary Clinton has proposed an education plan to Bernie Sanders' liking; can she find a trade compromise that will bring him on board with her campaign?