The fourth Democratic primary debate is Tuesday 10/15. The debate will begin at 8pm Eastern Time (7pm Central Time). It will be aired live on CNN. The debate will consist of 12 candidates – the most candidates for a single presidential debate in US history. This fact earned this Tuesday’s debate the epithet of “The Biggest Debate . . .
The third Democratic primary debate is Thursday 09/12. The debate will begin at 8pm and end at 11pm Eastern Time (7pm to 10pm Central Time). You can watch the debates live on ABC and Univision. Tune in to the debates to learn more about the Democratic presidential candidates.
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“Perspective is everything, especially when it comes to examining your beliefs. Are you a soldier, prone to defending your viewpoint at all costs — or a scout, spurred by curiosity? Julia Galef examines the motivations behind these two mindsets and how they shape the way we interpret information, interweaved with a compelling history lesson . . .
Tonight’s debate will start at 8pm Eastern Time (7pm Central Time). Tomorrow’s debate will start and end at the same time. You can watch the debates live on CNN, CNN International, CNN en Español, Twitter, and YouTube. Tune in to the debates to learn more about the Democratic presidential candidates.
The second Democratic primary debate is a two night event Tuesday 07/30 and Wednesday 07/31. The debates will start at 8pm Eastern Time (7pm Central Time). You can watch the debates live on CNN, CNN International, CNN en Español, Twitter, and YouTube. Tune in to the debates to learn more about the Democratic presidential candidates.
Be sure to keep up to date on upcoming elections and debates. Check out The New York Times 2020 Presidential Election Calendar. Visit the page often as some dates may be subject to change.
“The more we read and watch online, the harder it becomes to tell the difference between what’s real and what’s fake. It’s as if we know more but understand less, says philosopher Michael Patrick Lynch. In this talk, he dares us to take active steps to burst our filter bubbles and participate in the . . .
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