Hello Everyone:
Thursday  – April 14th & Tuesday – April 19th
The next Democratic debate is Thursday, April 14th in Brooklyn, New York and the New York Primaries for both the Republicans and Democrats is Tuesday, April 19th.  (see debate schedule below)

“Give me your tired, your poor, 
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, 
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. 
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me: 
I lift my lamp beside the golden door.”
 ~Emma Lazarus
Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state and 
Bernie Sanders, senator will debate at Duggai Greenhouse in
Brooklyn, New York Thursday,  
April 14, 2016​
Primary – Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Next Democratic debate – Thurs., April 14, 2016 – CNN
Next Democratic debate – May – Date TBA 

Democratic Debate Schedule (2016 Primary Debates)–Site

No more scheduled GOP Debates
Prior debates
You can view all prior full debates by click on either the GOP or Democratic debate schedule links above.  You will find the full debate link highlighted in RED upon clicking on the drop down menu for each debate/
Please feel free to pass this post onto someone who may have 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. 
​(left) Jayar Jackson, Dave Koller, Dave Rubin, Ben Mankiewicz, Ana Kasparian, Cenk Uygur, Steven Oh, John Ladoral and Andrew Napier attend The Young Turks Documentary ‘Mad as Hell’ Los Angeles on Nov. 6, 2014

TYT is not your Grandfather’s News Show

The Young Turks (TYT) is an online American liberal/progressive political and social commentary program hosted by Turkish-American Cenk Uygur, J.D. is a political commentator, co-founder and main host TYT,  Armenian-American Ana Kasparian, is a political commentator and film producer and co-host of TYT.The show has an associated network of online shows and is owned by a company of the same name (The Young Turks LLC). TYT was founded in 2002 by Uygur as a talk show on Sirius Satellite Radio.

The show’s name derives from the English-language phrase “Young Turk“, meaning a reformist or rebellious member of an institution, movement, or political party  

The Young Turks live streams for two hours every weekday. The first hour focuses on hard politics, foreign policy, and breaking news. It is hosted by CenkUygur, 

The second hour provides social commentary on a wide range of topics both domestic and foreign. It is hosted by Ana Kasparian along with Cenk Uygur. 

Every Friday, The Young Turks unleashes a two-hour Power Panel show, bringing in guests from the worlds of politics, journalism, pop culture, sports, and comedy. It is led by John Iadarola and Cenk Uygur in the first hour and Ana Kasparian in the second hour.

Note“Salty” language is sometimes used to express some of the views by the commentators.  Even though The Young Turks leans more toward liberal/progressive issues; TYT will “call out” and/or condemn liberal politicians that break the law or display bad behavior, etc. 

The Young Turks is “the world’s largest online news show”.  YouTube  video views for the TYT Network stood at a total of 2 billion as of July 2014.  

The show offers internet-only video content via their YouTube channel, which in April 2012 averaged 750,000 views a day, and by November 2014 over 1,400,000 views a day  The Young Turks also have a network of other affiliated shows on separate YouTube channels, known collectively as the TYT Network.

Be the Media!
Camille Mitchell

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