Asked how he'd actually follow through on his promise to "take your AR-15," the former Texas congressman didn't have much of an answer.
Tonight's Democratic debate is the Massachusetts senator's moment to shine, if she can withstand attacks from her rivals.
Unfortunately, rather than challenging Warren on the constitutionality of her plans, Biden is imitating them, at least when it comes to the assault on the First Amendment.
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Among other things, it would end Uber as we know it.
The Massachusetts senator's respect for the Constitution knows many bounds.
Does economic success deserve to be punished? The Democratic Party will have to answer in the coming primaries. Joe Biden is on the correct side of it.
Probably because it would involve raising middle-class taxes.
Elizabeth Warren is probably the worst of the bunch when it comes to protectionism, but few alternatives are emerging.
Perhaps the biggest difference is how much trust the candidates place in individuals.
Most Democrats agreed, though Andrew Yang argued that it made more sense to fund families directly.
Andrew Yang's crazy stunt, Joe Biden's real-time decomposition, and whether any candidates believe in limits to government.
Elizabeth Warren Issues Misleading Claim That Three Industries Are Responsible for 70 Percent of Carbon Pollution
One of those industries is just…“industry.”
The leading candidates are even more hostile to free trade than Trump.
Donald Trump, Elizabeth Warren, and "hipster antitrust" scholars and activists say big tech companies need to be broken up. Economist Tom Hazlett says they're wrong.
Maybe Trump and Warren should team up for their 2020 run to make room on the ballot for better ideas.
It’s not just obstructionist Republicans who won't buy into Medicare for All—it’s Democrats themselves.
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Elizabeth Warren's Pitch for 'Economic Patriotism' Is Full of Intellectual Dishonesty and Economic Fallacies
Warren needs to take a lesson from Leonard Read's "I, Pencil."
We're vastly more interested in the upcoming election than we were in 2016. We're also convinced neither party represents us. What could go wrong?
Warren Wants 'Big, Structural Change' That Goes Beyond Anything Previous Democratic Administrations Have Proposed
Warren doesn't merely want to turn back the clock to the pre-Trump era. She wants to raise taxes and regulations far beyond the levels of the late Obama-Biden administration.
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Climate change is a problem, but the end of the world is not scheduled for 2030.
The progressive push to the left among presidential candidates will alienate most Democrats and independents, helping Donald Trump to a second term.
Unlike many other policies proposed by Democratic presidential hopefuls, trade policy is something a new president can unilaterally impose.
A decade after Obamacare, the Democratic Party has embraced health care radicalism.
The Mexican factories Warren loves to attack are putting damn good guitars in the hands of America's young and cash-strapped musicians.
Never before have presidential candidates offered so many giveaways.
A majority of Americans say they favor free trade. But both major parties are moving in the other direction.
Most Democratic candidates are to the left not just of Americans but of their own party.
Warren says her administration "will engage in international trade—but on our terms and only when it benefits American families." The details show she'd be opposed to trade with most developing nations.
There's a risk that if Warren and Sanders do get their way, the sucking sound will be of talent and capital fleeing America for other jurisdictions where they will be treated better.
Nonpartisan and center-left groups are casting doubt on the Vermont senator's revenue estimates.
Those who disagree with Elizabeth Warren's economics tried really hard not to say so during the Dems' first presidential debate
Tulsi Gabbard's defense of non-interventionism was electrifying. Tonight's fight between Biden and Sanders over capitalism and socialism will be, too.
Under Warren's Medicare for All Plan, Many Hospitals Would Be Forced to Close—Especially in Poor, Rural Areas
By paying dramatically lower rates, the single-payer plan would lead to a contraction in health care services.
And don't even try to pin Elizabeth Warren down on whether the procedure should be legal in the third trimester.
The Massachusetts senator pandered to the left—and so did everybody else, just not as expertly.
Warren proposes giving grants to minority-owned small businesses, but regulations she supported reduced access to capital for aspiring entrepreneurs.