You'd get the impression that Donald Trump is a champion of "criminal justice" reform. Is that really the case?
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Days ahead of its caucus, race will also be a key determinant in the outcome. How might that play out?
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A quick look at the state of the Democratic presidential nomination race before a consequential caucus on Saturday
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... Too bad the city's Democrats don't see that.
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... but, it's not Black History Month's fault
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Black voters are too busy looking at their immediate household needs and local political economy to bother
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Failed first presidential vote of 2020 raises the risk of conspiracy theories, low confidence and lower turnout
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This week finds us watching the clash of major events shaping a very uncertain political, economic and cultural future
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We're going to see a lot of "don't vote" messaging in 2020 - the same playbook from 2016 ... and 1972.
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Democratic primary voters shouldn't rely on hypothetical general election match-ups to determine who's "electable"
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A floating and wasted narrative that House impeachment managers will somehow, miraculously, change Senate "jurors" minds
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