Republican White House hopefuls struggle to break 2016 deadlock

Republican White House hopefuls struggle to break 2016 deadlock

Agence France-Presse Republican White House hopefuls struggled to break away from the pack in an election debate with fewer personal barbs, but some feisty exchanges on immigration and national security. Eight top candidates gathered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for a forum that distilled differences between candidates in substance and style, but did little to dramatically change

Marco Rubio is wrong: Working philosophers make almost twice as much as welders

Marco Rubio is wrong: Working philosophers make almost twice as much as welders

International Business Times

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio came out in support for vocational training programs Tuesday night at the fourth Republican primary debate. While responding to a question about why he wouldn’t raise the minimum wage and what government initiatives he would roll back, Rubio said he thought one of the ways the United States could help its workers…

BUSTED: Here are 7 times GOP candidates told outrageous lies during the Fox Business debate

BUSTED: Here are 7 times GOP candidates told outrageous lies during the Fox Business debate

Travis Gettys The fourth Republican debate was much tamer than the last, broadcast within the friendly confines of the Fox Business channel — whose moderators generally allowed candidates to answer the question they wished they’d been asked. Even with that cozy dynamic, the GOP candidates dropped some whoppers in Milwaukee. Here are seven of the

GOP candidates get a smoother ride in fourth debate

GOP candidates get a smoother ride in fourth debate

Newsweek

At Tuesday night’s Republican debate, the Fox Business Network moderators spared the GOP candidates many of the alleged “gotcha” questions they complained about during the October contest on CNBC. But there was plenty of bickering between the candidates themselves. In one notable instance, Donald Trump embarked on a lengthy monologue about undocumented immigrants and the wall…

Scholars: Fox Business did its job — the GOP debate actually highlighted political differences

Scholars: Fox Business did its job — the GOP debate actually highlighted political differences

The Conversation Eight candidates came together in Milwaukee for the fourth GOP prime time debate on Tuesday. The event followed weeks of squabbling over questions and format, and how moderators should behave. We asked two political scholars to weigh in on the quality of the debate – and what they learned about the candidates’ positions

Sen. Lindsey Graham delivers the most hilarious commentary of the Fox Business News debate

Sen. Lindsey Graham delivers the most hilarious commentary of the Fox Business News debate

Arturo Garcia Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was not present at Tuesday night’s GOP presidential candidate debates, but that gave him the ability to let fly with some zingers while live-blogging the discussion between the top eight candidates at Sidewire.com Graham, who was dropped out of the undercard debate because of his low poll totals, opened

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