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Krystal Ball makes the Esquire 'Women We Love' list

Krystal Ball makes the Esquire 'Women We Love' list

10/11/12 01:04PM

Esquire magazine came out with a Women We Love This Year and The Cycle’s own Krystal Ball has made the list! This list is in honor of the unveiling of Sexiest Women Alive issue.  Krystal is one of 23 women that have moved the hearts and minds of the editors at Esquire because of her actions.  As the article says “within ten seconds of her talking, you’ve already forgotten about her name.”  The full November issue of Esquire will be on Newsstands October 16th or you can view the slideshow online now.  read more

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VP duel set for tonight in Kentucky

10/11/12 11:38AM

Thursday night marks the duel in Danville, Ky., where Vice President Joe Biden faces Rep. Paul Ryan in the only televised vice presidential debate the two will have this election season. This debate will focus on foreign and domestic policy.  The format is simple: A total of nine 10-minute segments, each with a 2 minute response time, followed by a discussion. It is ABC’s Martha Raddatz’s moderating debut, and expectations are high that she might better control the discussion than moderator Jim Lehrer fared in the first presidential debate last week. read more

Previewing the Vice Presidential Debate

10/11/12 10:34AM

We are only 26 days away until Decision 2012 is made. But tonight marks the duel in Danville, Kentucky where Vice President Biden faces Representative Ryan in the only Vice Presidential debate the two will have this election season. The format for the debate is simple: 9, 10-minute segments, each with a 2 minute response time followed by a discussion. read more

Challenges and expectations for the VP debate

Challenges and expectations for the VP debate

10/10/12 04:55PM

Tomorrow night marks the one and only Vice Presidential debate where Vice President Joe Biden will face Representative Paul Ryan in Danville, Kentucky.  The format for the debate will be 9, 10 minute segments each with 2 minute response time followed by a discussion. The focus of the debate will be foreign and domestic policy. read more

Challenges and expectations for VP debate

10/10/12 04:43PM

Tomorrow night marks the one and only Vice Presidential debate where Vice President Joe Biden will face Representative Paul Ryan in Danville, Kentucky.  The format for the debate will be 9, 10 minute segments each with 2 minute response time followed by a discussion. The focus of the debate will be foreign and domestic policy. While there is a generation gap between the two, Ryan is known for being a numbers guy and Biden for not being afraid to say what he thinks. read more

Today on The Cycle: America Reveals Itself

10/10/12 12:38PM

On today’s show we are speaking to Richard Dorment, Senior Editor at Esquire, about a new poll on the Presidential race.  As we roll towards November 6th we are looking back on how we got to where we are,  who do we blame,  and is there anyone who can save us?  The economy for one, is a big question on the minds of millions of Americans. read more

Today on The Cycle: America Reveals Itself

10/10/12 12:33PM

On today’s show we are speaking to Richard Dorment, Senior Editor at Esquire, about a new poll on the Presidential race.  As we roll towards November 6th we are looking back on how we got to where we are,  who do we blame,  and is there anyone who can save us?  The economy for one, is a big question on the minds of millions of Americans.  Governor Romney is running his campaign saying that the President has not helped America get things back on track, but this poll shows most people don’t blame Obama for their current hardships.  The Esquire/Yahoo! read more

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Deciding the fate of affirmative action

10/10/12 10:23AM

With the Supreme Court set to decide on affirmative action on Wednesday with the ruling in the Abigail Fisher case, The Cycle is brushing up on their policy. The ruling has the potential for some big implications on our higher education system, and to dredge up some passionate debate from advocates on both sides of the issue. read more

Deciding the fate of affirmative action

Deciding the fate of affirmative action

10/10/12 10:16AM

With the Supreme Court set to hear the Abigail Fisher case on Wednesday, The Cycle is brushing up on their affirmative action policy. The ruling has the potential for some big implications on our higher education system, and to dredge up some passionate debate from advocates on both sides of the issue. read more

S.E. Cupp latest NY Daily News article: When pesky laws get in the way

10/10/12 10:09AM

For all the rhetorical overtures President Obama has made to the plight of the unemployed and underemployed, it doesn’t seem like he’s all that concerned about making sure Americans who are lucky enough to have jobs actually get to keep them.Looming large over Obama’s re-election efforts are the automatic spending cuts, totalling $110 billion next year, scheduled to go into effect in January and stemming from Congress’ inability to come up with a way to rein in the nation’s debt.Many folks stand to lose their jobs because of these cuts — but they shouldn’t expect much sympathy from the Preside read more

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