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Political Gabfest on Jeb Bush’s vacillating views on immigration, China’s disruption of global markets, and topless desnudas in Times Square.

slate.com — Become a fan of the Political Gabfest on Facebook. We post to the Facebook page throughout the week, so keep the conversation going by joining us there. Or follow us @SlateGabfest! The email address for the Political Gabfest is gabfest@slate.com. (Email may be quoted by name unless the writer stipulates...

Do journalists actually take vacations? Political Gabfest hosts discuss how to stay connected while they’re away from work.

slate.com — It's summer, and that means it's vacation time-for some of the Gabfesters. But is it a good idea to disconnect completely? And how do you keep up with current events when you're away from work? For this week's Slate Plus bonus segment, Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson, and David Plotz discuss...

Political Gabfest on the first 2016 GOP primary debates, Vice President Joe Biden’s potential run, and #BlackLivesMatter after Ferguson.

slate.com — Become a fan of the Political Gabfest on Facebook. We post to the Facebook page throughout the week, so keep the conversation going by joining us there. Or follow us @SlateGabfest! The email address for the Political Gabfest is gabfest@slate.com. (Email may be quoted by name unless the writer stipulates...

What the GOP debate means for Hillary Clinton

cbsnews.com — John Dickerson, CBS News' political director and anchor of "Face the Nation" spoke with Scott Pelley to discuss Thursday night's GOP debate in Cleveland. Dickerson touches on why Donald Trump was the GOP frontrunner going into the debate, who stands out now and what the debate on Thursday meant for Hillary Clinton.

Fight Night - CBS News

Aug 07, 2015

RT @FaceTheNation: The first major Republican debate had plenty of punches, but no knockout blows cbsn.ws/1OV9kwP via @johndickerson

It was exciting, but it didn’t shrink the field of candidates.

slate.com — What a show the first GOP debate was! A rock 'em, sock 'em affair full of heated exchanges, punches, and counterpunches. It was entertaining and informative, for which viewers can thank the Fox News moderators and Donald Trump. If Republicans were hoping the first debate would help them winnow the...
Aug 07, 2015

The first Republican debate had everything—except a knockout punch. slate.com/articles/news_…

Aug 07, 2015

The first Republican debate had everything—except a knockout punch. shrd.by/RMDydv via @slate

Aug 07, 2015

.@Slate analysis: "By the end of the debate, Kasich had thoroughly captured the compassionate conservative' label." slate.com/articles/news_…

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Why the former Florida governor has the most to prove.

slate.com — CLEVELAND-All eyes are on Donald Trump for the first GOP debate, but if you can manage a sideways glance, you might want to take a look at Jeb Bush. For Bush, the first Republican debate will be a welcome relief from the one he has been having with himself. For...
Aug 06, 2015

In Cleveland, will Bush finally prove he is the adult in the room? slate.com/articles/news_… via @slate

Aug 06, 2015

In Cleveland, will Bush finally prove he is the adult in the room? slate.com/articles/news_… via @slate

Aug 06, 2015

Jeb's job in tonight's debate: Prove he is the adult in the room: slate.com/articles/news_…

The GOP field lacks the candor of Donald Trump.

slate.com — GOFFSTOWN, New Hampshire-Fourteen of the Republican candidates running for president participated in a campaign forum in New Hampshire Monday night. It was a fascinating view of an alternate universe where there are no insults, talking points reign over candor, and everyone plays by the slow-moving, old rules of politics. In short,...

Raw Emotion - CBS News

Aug 03, 2015

RT @FaceTheNation: John's latest on a possible Biden run: " ...he must come to terms with the fact that it's not likely going to happen" cbsn.ws/1IBSEpj

The vice president faces long odds against Hillary Clinton.

slate.com — A discussion about whether Vice President Joe Biden should run for president gets deep pretty fast. Any talk about ambition, a life's purpose, and the end of a career must take into account of all the woe Biden has had to face in his life. At age 30, a few weeks...
Aug 03, 2015

Is Biden ready for "a gutter fight?" Joe Biden’s emotional appeal won’t be enough to win the White House. slate.com/articles/news_… via @slate

Aug 04, 2015

RT @Slate: Joe Biden has emotional support for a presidential run—but that’s not political support: slate.me/1MKeBZl pic.twitter.com/EUEuJOa1NE

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Aug 24, 2015

@laff48 We had pre-taped the segment. When live, we played first version where we stopped in middle, not 2nd version. Fixed for West coast

Aug 24, 2015

@instapaper I am such a huge fan. Any chance that the speed reading function can use Spritzlet?


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