Debate Strategy; PA Voters; Campus Free-Speech Rankings; Attend Our Virtual Briefing

Good morning, it’s Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020. The first televised debate of the 2020 general election takes place tonight, a quadrennial ritual started 60 years ago by John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon. I almost hesitate to mention that precedent: Unless you’re a masochist, don’t even watch it. Sen. John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard Nixon did not care for one another personally, but they were respectful in those debates and refrained entirely from insults, invective, and ad hominem argument.
The 1960 presidential debates concerned the policy issues of the day, which both men knew… Read More in Real Clear Politics