Archive for October 16th, 2008

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Oct
08

Talking Points 17th October

It seems appropriate that today WHYS is coming from the Centre for the Study of Terrorism when a draft armed-forces agreement between the US and Baghdad is being considered that could mean all US troops would be out of Iraq by 2011. Continue reading ‘Talking Points 17th October’

16
Oct
08

ON-AIR: Is it ever justified to vote along racial lines?

Pollsters say enough Americans could vote on racial lines to decide the Presidential election. Five percent of white voters acknowledge that they would not vote for a black candidate. Check out The Bradley Effect. Some African-Americans say they’ll vote for Obama primarily because he is black. Is that equatable? Prejudiced?
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16
Oct
08

Talking Points 16th October

Hello, it’s Kate with you again today. The final US presidential debate dominated this blog last night and is dominating most-read news sites in the US.¬†Was McCain’s style too aggressive as this article suggests? Does negative campaigning work?
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