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Don't Mistake Moderators for Censors Oct. 17, 2020

Corey Friedman

With so-called censors like these, who needs publicists? Facebook and Twitter are under the microsc... Read More

Final Two Presidential Debates Should Be Conducted Remotely Oct. 09, 2020

Daily Editorials

In last week's playground skirmish of a presidential debate, America saw the candidates mostly on sp... Read More

Main Event Oct. 02, 2020

Daily Editorials

If you watched this week's presidential debate between Republican President Donald J. Trump and Demo... Read More

Presidential Debate Questions I Would Ask Sep. 19, 2020

Mark Shields

The political shadowboxing before presidential debates is cleverly choreographed. Take the 2000 cont... Read More

America's Most Trusted 'Referee' Sep. 05, 2020

Mark Shields

What do presidential candidates George H.W. Bush, Michael Dukakis, Bill Clinton, Bob Dole, Ross Pero... Read More

Improving Debates Feb. 22, 2020

Mark Shields

First, a confession: I really like presidential debates. Why, you ask? Because these debates give us... Read More

Moderators: Are They Referees or Fighters? Sep. 21, 2016

Tim Graham

The latest Gallup poll confirms that the level of trust in the media has reached another new low. Th... Read More

I Say Potato, and He Says Chips Nov. 11, 2015

Roger Simon

I should have been listening to the answers about the Federal Reserve. Or the tax code. Or, God help... Read More

Long-Overdue Vigilance on Moderators Nov. 04, 2015

Tim Graham

The competing Republicans presidential campaigns had a meeting on Nov. 1 to discuss their concerns w... Read More

CNBC Does the Impossible, Unites Crowded GOP Field Nov. 01, 2015

Debra J. Saunders

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, had a standout moment early in Wednesday night's Republican debate when he w... Read More