• Posts Tagged ‘debate’

    O’Reilly, Stewart ‘Rumble’ in Online Debate

    by  • October 17, 2012 • Features • 1 Comment

    The debate's official poster is available for download at http://www.therumble2012.com/f/poster.

    By KAYLEE LAZZARO  “My friend Bill O’Reilly is completely full of sh**.” With that statement, Jon Stewart set the playful yet combative tone of his Oct. 6 debate with Bill O’Reilly, dubbed “The Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Auditorium.” Throughout the 90-minute paid online debate, Stewart, of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” and O’Reilly, of...

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    After Debate, Voters Unswayed

    by  • October 4, 2012 • News • 2 Comments

    Barack Obama and Mitt Romney met of October 3 for their first debate. (Photo/Barack Obama/Creative Commons)

    By VIRGINIA DIBIANCA After the first presidential debate of the 2012 election, viewers rated GOP candidate Mitt Romney the comeback kid. A scientific CNN poll of viewers and analysts reported 67 percent  of watchers declared Romney a more forceful debater with Obama’s responses being slow, dry and cautious. They declared Romney the winner. Media reaction to the...

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    College Students Express Strong Reactions Following First Debate

    by  • October 4, 2012 • News • 2 Comments

    President Obama and Governor Romney had their contrasting views on display on Wednesday night. (Photo/Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)

    By ANTHONY SMITH WATCH: Replay of Entire Debate The first of three Presidential debates, between Democratic President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney tackled jobs, defense cuts, taxes, healthcare, and the nation’s debt.  And viewers had mixed reaction about the candidates’ answers and demeanor. The Oct.3 debate took place at the University of Denver in Denver,...

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    Following Debate, Social Media Explosion Can’t Be Ignored

    by  • September 12, 2012 • Features • 0 Comments

    By KRISTEN GARAFANO It’s unavoidable. The witty comments, snarky tweets, angry debates and lengthy rants. Every time an event such as a competitive sports game, well known awards show, or anticipated news broadcast is shown on television, people on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter go crazy. This past Tuesday, when the second presidential...

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