Category Archives: Social Media

America in Crisis

Oliver Darcy and Brian Stelter of CNN – What do you write on a day like this? How can the day be neatly summed up in a string of sentences and paragraphs? How can the pain, agony, frustration and fear … Continue reading

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Democratic Party Leaders Are Mostly Sitting Out the Presidential Endorsement Race So Far. That’s What Republican Leaders Did in 2016.

Democratic Party leaders are endorsing presidential candidates just as slowly as Republicans did in 2016 Geoffrey Skelley of FiveThirtyEight – Note from Ken Feltman: Democratic leaders and elected officials are following an endorsement practice in 2020 that is similar to … Continue reading

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Political Confessional: The Evangelical Who Doesn’t Support Trump

Clare Malone of FiveThirtyEight – Many Americans are scared to share political views with their friends and neighbors. In an increasingly polarized political climate, adherence to party or ideological orthodoxy seems de rigueur. Social media serves only to amplify that … Continue reading

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Kamala Harris is the Democrats’ 2020 social media phenomenon

By Neal Rothschild and Sara Fischer in Axios – Sen. Kamala Harris of California is leading the field of Democratic presidential candidates in capturing the public’s attention during the opening wave of the 2020 campaign. Why it matters: That puts Harris in a … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 election, Democrats, Elections, Social Media

When To Trust A Story That Uses Unnamed Sources

By Perry Bacon Jr. of FiveThirtyEight – The various investigations into the Trump administration and its alleged ties to Russia are hard to follow. The allegations are sometimes muddled, the probes are still ongoing, and all sides in the dispute … Continue reading

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