speaking at CPAC in Washington D.C. on February 10, 2011. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Hillary Rodham Clinton, January 2007 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
a formal discussion on a particular topic in a public meeting or legislative assembly, in which opposing arguments are put forward.
synonyms: discussion, discourse, parley, dialogue;
argument, counterargument, dispute,wrangle, war of words;
argumentation, disputation, dissension, disagreement,contention, conflict;
“a debate on the reforms”
Tonight marks the first of the three 2016 Presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Should you be under the notion that the television show will be anything like the definition above, please dispel that now. The U.S. Presidential Election News website has this bit of news for you in case you might have glossed over it, while looks for your local time the debate begins.
Tickets – Tickets for each debate are controlled by the hosting university and are extremely limited since the debates are primarily produced for television. The majority of tickets are distributed to host university students and faculty through a lottery system.
And there you have it. This is a produced for television event and nothing more. That being said there continues to be massive hype and pontificating days before and leading up to the event.
As Hillary Clinton‘s health collapses and the conflicting stories keep coming, FIREWALL host Bill Whittle shows us the pattern unfolding with the health issue by examining the series of progressively more embarrassing lies produced during the Clinton email scandal. (HT: Bill Whittle host of Firewall)
Entrepreneurs are driving all of the innovation today, and this episode’s guest is no exception. Adam Ludwin, CEO & Co-founder of Chain created a tool that’s helping top financial firms (NASDAQ, CapitalOne, Citi, Fidelity, Visa & more) deploy the blockchain. Adam demos his technology, and offers a fascinating and super clear explanation of how/why bitcoin & the blockchain were developed, how it works, common misperceptions, how the DAO hack happened & long-term effects, and how he got that insanely amazing domain name. Jason and Adam venture deep into other tech & culture territory, including whither Apple, who will buy Twitter, Snapchat v. Instagram, religion, oppressed societies, Hamilton (The Musical), and the hardest part of a startup (hint: it’s not the starting up).
CNN Edits Out Hillary’s Reference To NYC Explosion As “Bombing”
With the mainstream media choosing to lambast Donald Trump’s reference to the explosion in NYC as a “bombing,” CNN – for some reason – decided to edit out the opening sentence of Hillary Clinton‘s statement to the press. Barely able to keep her eyes open, Clinton also called the attacks in New York and New Jersey “b*mbings,” according to ABC transcripts but CNN chose to omit that sentence…
ABC details the full transcript: Clinton: I’ve been briefed about bombings in New York and New Jersey, and the attacks in Minnesota. Obviously, we need to do everything we can to support our first responders, also to pray for the victims. We have to let this investigation unfold. We’ve been in touch with various officials, including the mayor’s office in New York, to learn what they are discovering as they conduct this investigation. And I’ll have more to say about it when we actually know the facts. Reporter: Secretary Clinton, do you have any reaction to the fact that Donald Trump, immediately upon taking the stage tonight, called the explosion in New York a “bomb” … ? Clinton: Well, I think it’s important to know the facts about any incident like this. That’s why it’s critical to support the first responders, the investigators who are looking into it, trying to determine what did happen.