Why Any More Presidential Debates Should Be Entirely About COVID-19

The Presidential and VP debates so far have covered a lot of important topics. Realistically, however, a responsible President will need to spend most of the next 1-2 years fighting COVID-19 and revitalizing our economy. Only then will he be able to properly address the generational issues of inequality, racism and climate change. Experts believe a viable vaccine will be available in Q1/Q2 of 2021, and then, if we vaccinate 1 million people daily, it will still take us another year to vaccinate the entire population of the United States.

One of the most fascinating aspects of innovation is the clarity that it provides society. Whether its scientific or social, innovations provide us with an obviously better way to do something. This is a time crying out for massive amounts of innovation to treat COVID-19, prepare for future coronaviruses, re-start public education and to develop new business models for restaurants,

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Talking to Kids About the Dysfunctional Presidential Debate

“I think that was worse than our seventh-grade mock debate.” That’s what our 14-year-old said after Tuesday night’s presidential debate, which had been assigned by the high school politics teacher to watch and analyze. I murmured agreement as I wasn’t quite sure what else to say at the moment — but woke up the next morning wondering how that ninth-grade teacher was going to handle a class discussion about the debate. Clearly, there was more to talk about beyond the specific campaign issues.  

News headlines seem to suggest consensus about how bad the debate was, some deeming it the worst in presidential history and an embarrassment to society. The theme of many stories covering the event can be summed up in a single word: dysfunction. Dysfunctional debates are characterized by not listening, jumping in and cutting others off, grandstanding, boasting, using sarcastic or biting tones, and not acknowledging others.

In

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Watch Tonight’s Presidential Debate Live Stream Online


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Biden vs Trump will face off for a presidential debate.

Tonight’s presidential debate for the 2020 election starts at 9 p.m. Eastern time. There are many ways to watch the debate tonight live online, even if you don’t have cable, including multiple embedded videos in this story below. Read on to see all the many options that are available to you today.


Stream the Debate Tonight Right Here

Tonight’s debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden starts at 9 p.m. Eastern time and is expected to last for 90 minutes until 10:30 p.m. Eastern time. The debate is co-hosted by Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic. It’s being held at the Health Education Campus at Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio.

Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace is moderating tonight’s debate. According to The Commission on Presidential Debates, the topics for tonight’s debate will

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