Magazine April 8, 2019, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

Bernie, Biden, and Beto? Intersectionality is the future of the Democratic party, and perhaps it always will be. 

Former congressman Robert “Beto” O’Rourke announced he is running for the Democratic presidential nomination, and raised $6.1 million in a day. No moderate, he supports late-term abortion and wants to move toward a government-run health-insurance system. Now that he is running against other Democrats, and not, as he was last year, Ted Cruz, he is nevertheless drawing criticism from the left. His sins include being a white male, talking about working with Republicans, and calling himself a capitalist. (He subsequently clarified

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