Tag: debates

Last Night’s Debates–An Overview

I watched both debates last night. What a blessed difference from the CNBC debacle a couple of weeks ago. The moderators at Fox Business Network didn’t use their moment in the limelight to focus on themselves or cause unnecessary turbulence with their questions. Instead, the questions were direct, short, meaningful, and fair. Congratulations, Fox Business, for bringing back professionalism to these debates. The first debate, with the so-called “undercard” candidates, was quite good, primarily because there were only four debaters…. Read more »

A Debate, Not a Circus, Please

Tonight is the night: two Republican debates because there are so many candidates running for the presidential nomination that it would be too unwieldy to have them all on the stage at the same time. It’s rather unprecedented. One hopes there will be a robust discussion of vital issues and the audience will get a better feel for who has the character, the right principles, and the experience to take on the progressive agenda and win. Then there’s the other… Read more »