“It’s time for Democrats to learn how to make an argument for something rather than running as ‘not Republicans.’”

Establishment Democrats were quick to blame the party’s left flank for their losses in down-ballot races this election, but perhaps they should be looking at themselves, Katelyn Burns writes. Moderate Democrats failed to put forth a coherent message and instead followed the lead of polling-obsessed high-priced campaign consultants. They only have themselves to blame.