After the first presidential debate in Denver and the vice presidential debate in Kentucky, several issues remain sorely in need of attention: women's health, immigration, and same-sex marriage. On Tuesday, President Obama and Governor Romney will meet at Hofstra University to answer questions on both foreign and domestic policies from undecided voters in the Nassau County area. In town hall format, each candidate will have two minutes to respond and neither will be allowed a closing statement. read more
If my grandparents were around to see how I discuss major moments with my friends, they would scold me for losing the ability to talk face to face or – heavens forbid – pick up the phone and call someone. Twitter allows us to operate outside of the world of traditional means of communication and talk about everything from the most mundane points of our day to the biggest political events of the moment in 140 characters or less. It's revolutionary, and totally non-traditional -- or is it? read more
There's nothing like watching an event live, with between 5 and 1,500 of your closest friends. Tonight, a large portion of your Twitter feed will be tuned into the second presidential debate —and honestly, you should be too.
On today's show, Adam Sharp of Twitter talked with our Cyclists about his site's ability to bring people together on everyone's own couch to watch and discuss politics together. read more
Uncommitted voters are in the spotlight tonight. They'll be asking the questions at tonight's town hall style Presidential debate at Hofstra University on Long Island, New York. The 80 undecided voters are already arriving at the debate hall to rehearse with moderator Candy Crowley. Gallup Poll has been vetting the pool for weeks to assemble a random sample of Nassau County voters. But just how closely does this Long Island community represent the average American swing voter? The Cycle's Steve Kornacki says it's a better representation than you might think.
Slate.com has released the fourth episode of its popular Political Kombat ’12 video game series. These free animated video games allow players to play out the story of the 2012 presidential race with karate kicks, punches, air throws, and jabs.
The animated video game fights are funny, accurate, and insightful. The latest one spoofs Thursday’s vice presidential debate, pinning a feisty Vice President Joe Biden against a shirtless Rep. Paul Ryan. read more
Over the course of the last few weeks first lady Michelle Obama has been a big advocate for voters to cast their ballots early, and now she has decided to lead by example.
The first lady tweeted yesterday “Hey, @BarackObama, I just dropped my absentee ballot in the mail – I couldn’t wait for Election Day! Love you! –mo."
If you didn't spend some part of your Sunday afternoon watching “Fearless Felix” Baumgartner’s record-setting free-fall from space, then you owe it to yourself to check this guy out right now. read more
Let me begin this post with a simple fact: I love Brooklyn. I love the distinctive fashion, architecture, culture, and music each neighborhood of Brooklyn brings. I love the part of my train ride home when I emerge from the tunnel after Carroll Street and can look back on the famous Manhattan skyline. I love the weekends when I can forgo my reliance on the subway system and ride my bike wherever I need to go. I love that people can strap on their baby bjorn or stroller their newborn right into a bar and no one blinks an eye. read more
Joining the Cyclists in today’s guest spot is Bob Moritz, Chairman & Senior Partner of PwC. Bob Moritz is here to help us all understand the 3 big economic questions that need to be answered following the election:
U.S. fiscal health
the job situation