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Streaming the third and final Presidential debate live with a focus on Foreign Policy

Tonight Politisite will be streaming the third and final Presidential debate live with a focus on Foreign Policy.  The debate between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will begin at 9 p.m. eastern time and 6 p.m. pacific at Lynn University in Baca Raton, Florida.

The moderator will be Bob Schieffer of CBS News.

Topics will include, but not limited to:

  •     America’s role in the world
  •     Our longest war – Afghanistan and Pakistan
  •     Red Lines – Israel and Iran
  •     The Changing Middle East and the New Face of Terrorism – I
  •     The Changing Middle East and the New Face of Terrorism – II
  •     The Rise of China and Tomorrow’s World

Watch the Debate here

 

Watch the Presidential Town Hall Debate Live Online Streaming, iPhone, UStream, Youtube

Watch 2012 Presidential Town Hall Debate Live Online Tonight October 16, 2012 with Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, Moderator Candy Crowley   from Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y

Hofstra University is hosting DebateWatch events for people to attend on campus. Several web sites will live-stream video of the debates, including the Debate at Hofstra University on October 16th, along with commentary and analysis. These links are provided as a convenience and do not represent any guarantees or endorsements on the part of Hofstra University.

via Follow the Debate Online – Debate 2012 – Hofstra University.

This is the most comprehensive Guide to watching the Second Presidential Debate online live via smartphone apps or live streaming available anywhere on the Web. Follow the Debate Online – Debate 2012 – Hofstra University – We are sure you will be able to find a feed of the debate that meets your viewing needs.

Politisite

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YouTube

YouTube  will be streaming the debate live on YouTube. You can either use the new YouTube app on your iPhone, or visit YouTube with Safari. The YouTube app is not yet optimized for the iPhone 5 or iPad, so if you’re on one of these devices, you’ll definitely want to use Safari.
Free – Download NowUstream

On Ustream, PBS will be providing their own live stream of the Presidential Debate on the PBS NewsHour Stream that you can watch on your iPhone or iPad with the free Ustream iPhone and iPad app. On your iPad, you can also choose to watch the live stream in Safari on Ustream’s website — Ustream’s website does not fully support the iPhone, though. This is unfortunate, because just like YouTube, the Ustream app does not support the iPhone 5, yet. So if you’re using an iPhone 5, I do not recommend watching the Presidential Debate on Ustream.
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NPR

Not as interested in watching the Presidential debate as you are hearing it? NPR News will be streaming the audio of the debate to local NPR stations as well as their iPhone and iPad apps. NPR will also include commentary and chat during the debate on their website.
Free for iPhone – Download NowFree for iPad – Download NowWatching the debate now? Feel free to leave your personal commentary about it in the comments below!

CNN

America’s Choice 2012: Presidential debatePresident Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney face off tonight in a “town hall” debate from the campus of Hofstra University. Watch CNN.com/live for all your election coverage.

C-SPAN

President Obama and Mitt Romney meet tonight for the second of three presidential debates. Tonight’s format is a town hall style debate with undecided voters in the audience asking the questions to the candidates. The 90-minute debate will be moderated by CNN’s Candy Crowley and is taking place at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY.

via 2012 Presidential and Vice-Presidential Debates | Campaign 2012 | C-SPAN.

Fox News Live – Video – Fox News

Live Coverage of the Presidential Debate with Harris Faulkner and Rick Folbaum. We’ll get reaction from Chris Stirewalt, Brad Blakeman, Doug Schoen, and Lanny Davis. Join the live chat

via Fox News Live – Video – Fox News.

Univision  – Debate Coverage in Spanish

Segundo Debate Presidencial 2012

via UnivisionNoticias.com – YouTube.

Yahoo News -The Voice of

  1. Explore the IssuesEducate yourself on the 11 most pertinent issues in the 2012 debates and star what’s important to you.
  2. Voice Your ViewTake a stance on the issues and see how you compare to others.
  3. Watch the DebatesSee the debates live and become a more informed voter.

Via Yahoo.com

 

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CBS – CBS News UStream Channel

How to Watch Presidential Debates on Your Mobile

YouTube will stream the all three presidential debates, and the vice presidential debate, on its Elections Hub . Commentary before and after the debate at the University of Denver will be hosted on all YouTube election partner channels such as  ABC, Al JazeeraEnglish, BuzzFeed, Univision and the Wall Street Journal.

via How to Watch Presidential Debates on Your Mobile | TechNewsDaily.com.

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O’Reilly Obama Oh Really? Super Bowl Interview who scored a touchdown?

Think of two very skilled fighters getting in the ring for a little exhibition warm-up bout.

Both like the payday of big exposure they will get, but neither really wants to lay a glove on the other or draw blood. They just want to show off their moves, flick a few fast jabs across the other’s brow and dazzle the rubes out there in the cheap seats with their prowess.

That was the tenor and tone of the Bill O’Reilly interview with President Barack Obama Sunday. It was fascinating to watch because of how skilled each is in their role, but it was all a symbolic dance between the presidency and the press on an undeclared national holiday — nothing truly consequential happened.

Perhaps, the most important determining factor took place off-stage before the interview — the State Department intervening to help Fox News correspondent Greg Palkot and videographer Olaf Wiig during last week’s bloody events in Cairo. Both were beaten and taken to a hospital during the week.

As viewers heard Sunday, O’Reilly thanked Obama extensively for the State Department getting involved in trying to assure the safety of Palkot and Wiig. In the wake of such actions on behalf of other Fox employees, I think it would have been very hard — if not unseemly — for O’Reilly come to out of the box breathing fire and trying to hammer Obama.

via O’Reilly Obama Oh Really? Super Bowl Interview who scored a touchdown?.

Obama: Reagan saw that ‘we are all patriots’

Ronald Wilson Reagan was a believer. As a husband, a father, an entertainer, a governor and a president, he recognized that each of us has the power — as individuals and as a nation — to shape our own destiny. He had faith in the American promise; in the importance of reaffirming values like hard work and personal responsibility; and in his own unique ability to inspire others to greatness.

No matter what political disagreements you may have had with President Reagan— and I certainly had my share — there is no denying his leadership in the world, or his gift for communicating his vision for America.

 

HOUSE SPEAKER JOHN BOEHNER: A man who shaped our times

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

President Reagan recognized the American people’s hunger for accountability and change — putting our nation on a bold new path toward both. And although he knew that conflicts between parties and political adversaries were inevitable, he also knew that they would never be strong enough to break the ties that bind us together. He understood that while we may see the world differently and hold different opinions about what’s best for our country, the fact remains that we are all patriots who put the welfare of our fellow citizens above all else.