A story out of the AP that has us all scratching our heads - why it matters that Gen Z so strongly supported Democrats and why we have to stamp down the false narrative that Democrats struggled with young voters. Why they think the Sinema defection is ultimately much ado about nothing. Is it a mistake for Sinema? And what it means for our party - what do Democrats everywhere need to understand? Why having someone who doesn't vote with Democrats 100% of the time is still critical to getting things done. And a reader question about how we can keep up the momentum in 2024.