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Social is Shaping the US Election--But Not in the Way You Think
Global CEO at Y&R
About a third of 18-29-year-olds name Social Media as their most helpful source of learning about the current US presidential
Third Presidential Debate: Trump Won't Accept Election Results! Bad Hombres! Nasty Woman!
Red State Update
Red State Update with Jackie Broyles & Dunlap is a satirical w...
Jackie and Dunlap on the third and final presidential Debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton from Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Hillary Clinton: 'The Government Has No Business' In Abortion Decisions
We are not Romania.
POOL New / Reuters
Chris Wallace's Worst Debate Question Was About The Stimulus Package
The moderator blamed the stimulus for the slow economic recovery.
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Donald Trump's Supreme Court Would Overturn Roe v. Wade
Abortion rights hang in the balance.
STRINGER Iraq / Reuters
Actually, It Was Terrorists, Not Hillary Clinton, Who 'Gave Us' ISIS
Hillary Clinton's Special Burden: Not Just Win, But Win Big
She can help silence Donald Trump's claims of a rigged election and bolster democracy's credibility with a decisive debate performance.
Protesters Build Big, Beautiful Wall Of Taco Trucks Outside Trump's Las Vegas Hotel
Tacos trump hate.
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Fox News' Chris Wallace Aims To Be Debate Timekeeper -- Not Fact-Checker
Here's how the moderator of Wednesday's third presidential debate might hold the nominees accountable.
Foreign Policy Continuity, No Debate
From a broadly international perspective, the presidential debates were unfailingly true to form: lofty rhetoric, limited substance, a selective approach to facts and deliberate avoidance of specifics.
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Republicans Campaign on Peace and Govern by War
Activist, Writer, Producer, and Entertainment Attorney
Mitt Romney's sudden transformation from a warmonger to a peacenick in the waning days of the Presidential campaign should come as no surprise. It's straight out of the Republican playbook. From Richard Nixon to George W. Bush, Republicans have campaigned for peace and then taken America to war.
CULTURE & ARTS
Nonverbal Behavior of the Third Presidential Debate: See What Your Ears Missed
Vanessa Van Edwards
Modern-day Dale Carnegie
The polls seem to be saying that Obama was the moderate winner of the third presidential debate. But, why? Nonverbal hints can give us evidence to why Obama performed slightly better than Romney.
Horses & Bayonets: The Mashup
The Night Goes to the Decideds
Lorraine Devon Wilke
Sass & Sensibility
Will this win for the President change the trajectory of the election? YES. Not just because it appears to have swayed some of the ubiquitous Undecideds, but because, at this point,
we're now done pandering to them.
Obama Handily Wins Third Debate
Co-Founder of No One Left Behind; Fellow at the Truman Project...
Tonight's third Presidential debate featured a battle between Obama the Professor-in-Chief vs. Romney the student-who-didn't-do-the-reading. As someone who has ADD, even I had trouble keeping up with many of Governor Romney's non-linear arguments.
Critical Thinking and Prediction
In order to understand the substance of the prepared responses we are likely to hear tonight, you need to keep in mind the true audience the candidates are appealing to, which includes their own base and undecided voters (especially in swing states), as well as the media.
What Makes Presidential Debates Great: Lessons for the Final Debate
Professor, Hofstra University; Author; Director, Peter S. Kali...
Monday night, President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney face off in the final presidential debate. The high stakes show the continuing importance of public opinion in American democracy.
McCain Brings Out NFL Two Minute Offense
GOP political consultant; Founder 411Communications.com
The third and final debate was hands down the best of the three. Last week's "town hall" hosted by Tom "Snooze" Brokaw being the worst. This debate was actually a debate.
Let Obama Be Obama In the Debate
Author, "They Knew They Were Right: the Rise of the Neocons"
McCain, who has nothing left to lose, will grossly exaggerate Obama's inexperience and claim that he and the Democrats are single-handedly responsible for the current economic mess.
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