"The current atrocity of crippling US student debt is a direct product of an unholy alliance between college admins and fed bureaucrats — a scandal that ballooned with little protest from academic leftists, lost in their post-structuralist fantasies." https://t.co/9wOX69EONS pic.twitter.com/vuQ4p9YB6x— Jordan B Peterson (@jordanbpeterson) December 18, 2018
...I had high hopes for Kamala Harris, but she missed a huge opportunity to play a moderating, statesmanlike role and has already imprinted an image of herself as a ruthless inquisitor that will make it hard for her to pull voters across party lines.
Screechy Elizabeth Warren has never had a snowball’s chance in hell to appeal beyond upper-middle-class professionals of her glossy stripe. Kirsten Gillibrand is a wobbly mediocrity. Cory Booker has all the gravitas of a cork. Andrew Cuomo is a yapping puppy with a long, muddy bullyboy tail. Both Bernie Sanders (for whom I voted in the 2016 primaries) and Joe Biden (who would have won the election had Obama not cut him off at the knees) are way too old and creaky....
Analysis: Please, Chairman Perez, put the debates on hold for as long as possible, to let the field sort itself out. There’s no reason to have any debates in 2019. We can start in 2020. https://t.co/j9gWrfcYIF— POLITICO (@politico) December 19, 2018