Monday, April 22, 2019

Debate or Slugfest?

Yesterday in Brooklyn, New York Democrats had their ninth debate of the presidential election season. The night was a slugfest for both candidates as Sen. Bernie Sanders and Sec. Hillary Clinton discussed issues from gun control, minimum wage, and banking regulations. From the first question the audience could see it would be a yelling match […]

Divisions on Wall Street, Foreign Policy Animate Democratic Debate

The differences between former Secretary Hillary Clinton and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders in the Democratic presidential contest were laid bare at last night’s debate in Durham, NH with Sanders giving a forceful argument on economic issues and wall street while Hillary Clinton towered over her competition as the debate moved on to foreign affairs. In response […]

Sharp Policy Differences In South Carolina Democratic Debate

The Democratic candidates running for president faced off on Sunday night for their last debate before the Iowa Caucuses on February 1. The heightened sense of urgency was palpable as former Secretary Hillary Clinton and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders took a markedly more aggressive tone towards one another in exchange after exchange that focused on […]

Comentarios from Maria: Why Hillary Clinton Dominated

            The Democratic debate was the reverse mirror image of the last two Republican debates. Since we are here on the Las Vegas Strip, I’ll just say it — this debate was an unabashed Policy Porn Extravaganza! It was high-minded, passionate, intense and focused on the issues and the contrasting […]

Recap: First Democratic Primary Debate

Hillary Clinton delivered a strong performance in last night’s first Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, giving a much-needed win to a campaign that had stalled in recent months. The former Secretary of State faced off against Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley, former Virginia Senator Jim Webb and former Rhode Island […]

Comentarios from Maria: Democrats will tell voters why America IS great in their first debate

Tonight, American voters will get to see all the Democratic candidates on stage together for the first time at the first of six official Democratic debates. Will the encounter garner more than 24 million viewers as have the past two Republican debates?  Hard to say, as it doesn’t promise a train-wreck and circus-like atmosphere. But I do […]