Hello Everyone:

If you missed the 4th Democratic primary debate last night–you can view it at the link directly below. – 
Also, included is the Iowa Brown&Black Forum that took place on January 11, 2016.  Each candidate had approximately 30 minutes each to response to questions posed by the four moderators below.
The next  GOP debate is Thurs, January 28th (see details below)
If you missed prior debates
You can view all prior full debates by click on either the GOP or Democratic debate schedule links below.  You will find their link highlighted in RED.
Please feel free to pass this post onto someone who perhaps had to work and missed them.  
The more information people have about each candidates’ positions, their vision, their competence and last but not least their temperament; the better their selection process will be. 

Martin O’Malley, former governor Hillary Clinton, former
secretary of state and Bernie Sanders, senator participate in
the Democratic Debate hosted by NBC News South Carolina
January 17, 2016 
Lester Holt and Andrea Mitchell moderate the Democratic
Debate  hosted by NBC News-YouTube and the
Congressional Black Caucus Institute_Jan. 17, 2016
January 11, 2016

​Jorge Ramos, moderator Fusion & anchor Univision, Akilah Hughes, 
contributor Fusion, Rembert Browne, writer-at large New York Magazine 
Alicia Menendez, moderator Fusion_January 11, 2016
Trump Controversy:

In 2015, after Donald Trump became a Presidential candidate, Jorge Ramos pursued an interview with Trump for months. When he sent Trump a handwritten request in June, Trump, who had filed a lawsuit against Univision over its decision to drop the Miss Universe pageant following the candidate’s comments about Mexican immigrants, posted Ramos’ letter on Instagram, which exposed Ramos’ cell phone number. Trump later deleted the post.

At an August 25, 2015 news conference held in Dubuque, Iowa by Trump, Ramos, after attempting to question Trump about his immigration policies without being called on, was rebuffed by Trump. Trump repeatedly told Ramos to sit down and remarked “Go back to Univision.” Security then escorted Ramos out of the conference. 

About 15 minutes later, Trump allowed Ramos to return to the conference, where he and Trump engaged in a heated exchange on the issue. Trump later explained that he had not called on Ramos for a question, as he had called on another reporter in the audience. Ramos accused Trump of “spreading hate” with his calls for mass deportations of undocumented families, and repealing birthright citizenship granted by the U.S. Constitution, and questioned the feasibility of Trump’s proposals. He also questioned Trump’s viability as a candidate among Latino voters, citing a poll indicating that 75% of those voters held unfavorable opinions of him.

Next GOP debate –  Thurs., Jan. 28, 2016 – FOX
Next GOP debate Sat., Feb. 6, 2016  ABC
Next Democratic debate – Thurs., Feb. 11, 2016 – PBS
IOWA Caucus – Mon., February 1, 2016 

NEW HAMPSHIRE – Tues., February 9, 2016
Be the Media!