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Mike Takes on Rivals in Two Upcoming Debates in Iowa

BY | Thursday, November 29 2007

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Gravel For President 2008 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mike Takes on Rivals In ... Read More

Bankruptcy Reform

BY | Thursday, November 29 2007

Dear Friend, Here's another issue that separates Chris Dodd from the rest of the Democratic field. Bankruptcy reform. John Edwards never met a bankruptcy "reform" bill he didn't like while he was in the ... Read More

Debate Highlights!

BY | Thursday, November 29 2007

Daily Digest: The Final CNN/YouTube Debate Link-Fest

BY Joshua Levy | Thursday, November 29 2007

The Republicans finally had their YouTube debate, but it wasn't as participatory as the producers would like to think, since the public couldn't help decide which videos to show; in fact, only two of the forty ... Read More

Daily Digest: The Final CNN/YouTube Debate Link-Fest

BY Joshua Levy | Thursday, November 29 2007

The Republicans finally had their YouTube debate, but it wasn't as participatory as the producers would like to think, since the public couldn't help decide which videos to show; in fact, only two of the forty ... Read More

The Internet, Ads, and the Money Primary: Call for Research Help

BY Zephyr Teachout | Thursday, November 29 2007

What's the evidence that ads help major party candidates for the Presidency in early states? What's the evidence that you need alot of money--as opposed to, say, a few million--to win a primary? Read More

How CNN Demeans the Internet

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, November 29 2007

The “YouTube debates” are neither real debates, nor a serious use of the internet's potential. Worse, as blogger Jason Rosenbaum cogently argues, "By heavily moderating the questions, and by deliberately choosing ... Read More

How CNN Demeans the Internet

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, November 29 2007

The “YouTube debates” are neither real debates, nor a serious use of the internet's potential. Worse, as blogger Jason Rosenbaum cogently argues, "By heavily moderating the questions, and by deliberately choosing ... Read More

GOP CNN/YouTube Postmortem

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, November 28 2007

My quick take: This "debate," like last summer's Democratic CNN/YouTube debate, made for lively television. I'm sure it got a big audience, in part because the Republicans hadn't "debated" in a month and in part because ... Read More

NYTIMES: YouTube GOP Recap, and ActBlue.com Profile

BY Dan Manatt | Wednesday, November 28 2007

The Times take: less visually interesting than the Dem debate (by design), but voters again asked very interesting, serious questions: http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/11/28/post-debate-video-wrap-up/ I think ... Read More

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