Not all of the left has embraced the sort of authoritarianism and pro-censorship attitudes we once decried when they came from the right, but far too much of the left has done so. Not all of the left has embraced GMO labeling or gone anti-vax; far too much of the left has done so. Not all of the left has embraced identity politics, but it has become increasingly difficult to find people on the left who have not done so to a disturbing degree. Plenty on the left have started looking critically at Wall Street, but far too much of the Democratic establishment appears to still be in bed with them. For these and many other reasons, the Democratic Party is no longer something I can recognize as a political home. That does not mean I am unable to support select Democratic candidates, but it does mean that I feel less and less connection to the party and would be more reluctant to vote down party lines without studying the candidates.