Louisiana’s employment rates under fire as Gov. Bobby Jindal touts state’s economy

Louisiana’s employment rates under fire as Gov. Bobby Jindal touts state’s economy

International Business Times

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal during the Republican debate in Milwaukee on Tuesday was asked to address his state’s record on employment, and his view of the Louisiana economy did not seem to align with that of the moderators, who pointed out that the unemployment rate there is higher than the national average. “We have more people…

Santorum says he respects Democrats ‘because they fight’

Santorum says he respects Democrats ‘because they fight’

International Business Times

Santorum Says He Respects Democrats

During the Fox Business Channel presidential debate, moderators asked the cRepublican presidential andidates who in the Democratic Party they respect. While Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal deflected the question and led his fellow White House hopefuls to do the same, Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum ultimately circled back and answered the question, and then some. “You know who…

Chris Christie attacks Clinton — but not GOP rivals

Chris Christie attacks Clinton — but not GOP rivals

International Business Times

Perhaps the most heated battle at Tuesday night’s undercard Republican primary debate wasn’t between GOP candidates — it involved New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. Christie, who was dropped from the mainstage GOP debate to the kid’s table last week due to low poll numbers, kept pivoting from his rivals to the…

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…

These are the key quotes in fourth Republican debate

These are the key quotes in fourth Republican debate

Agence France-Presse Republican candidates covered plenty of political ground during their party’s fourth primary debate of the 2016 presidential race, from immigration and the Islamic State group to taxes and Hillary Clinton. Here are 10 of the best quotes by the eight candidates on stage in Milwaukee, Wisconsin: BACK TO THE PAST “First of all,

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

Does Missouri president ouster offer lessons to universities grappling with a racist past?

Does Missouri president ouster offer lessons to universities grappling with a racist past?

The Conversation In the wake of the resignation of University of Missouri System President Tom Wolfe, much is being written about the power of collective action among student groups to affect positive change on their campuses. The Black Lives Matter movement has demonstrated the same. Young people are bringing to light issues in overlooked communities