The First Election Debate on ITV1 - 15th April 2010 With the election called for 6th May, tonight sees the first ever live television debate between the Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat party leaders.
9/11 Debate: Loose Change vs. Popular Mechanics pt. 1 For More Videos from Democracy Now! go to or September 11, 2001 - five years after the attacks many people are asking questions about what happened on that day in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania. Websites, articles, books and documentaries have put forward a variety of alternate theories to the government's account of what happened. The most popular of these is a documentary called "Loose Change." Now, a book dealing with many of these theories has just been published by the magazine Popular Mechanics, it's called "Debunking 9/11 Myths: Why Conspiracy Theories Can't Stand Up to the Facts." In a Democracy Now! national broadcast exclusive, we host a debate between the filmmakers of Loose Change and the editors of Popular Mechanics on 9/11.
Peter Schiff debates David Epstein of Columbia University -- Nov 11 2009 The Fordham Law School Federalist Society hosted this debate between David Epstein, Professor of Political Economy at Columbia University, and Peter Schiff, President of Euro Pacific Capital and US Senate Candidate from Connecticut. Moderated by Fordham Law Professor Nicholas Johnson. The topic: "Will the Obama Administrations economic policies lead to prosperity or disaster?" Special thanks to Reuvain Borchardt, Ross Pitcoff, and the Federalist Society. Also, check out and
Clinton vs. Bush in 1992 Debate Bill Clinton and George HW Bush answer a question on the recession during the second presidential debate of 1992.
Second 2008 Presidential Debate (Full Video) Full video of the second 2008 Presidential Debate with Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL). Visit C-SPAN's Debate Hub at: debatehub.c- for embeddable debate video, interactive debate timeline, blog and Twitter roundup, word tree and more. Also check out our Debate Cam for a behind-the-scenes look at the debates -- click on our Debate Cam button on the right hand side of our Debate Hub page.
hovind debate hovind takes three different evolutionist at the same time from different fields so they can not use the "that is not in my field" excuses this time.
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Full Vice Presidential Debate with Gov. Palin and Sen. Biden Full 2008 Vice Presidential Debate with Gov. Sarah Palin and Sen. Joe Biden.
Christine O'Donnell on the Constitution (go to 7:03, 2:37, 3:35) Christine O'Donnell and the bill of rights, Via: Go to 2:37, 7:03, 3:35 For Fame Appeal Articlebit.ly clip was taken october 18 2010, in my law school's court room. To the left is Democrat Chris Coons, to the right is Tea Party candidate Christine O'donnell -topics; first amendment, church v. state
The God Debate II: Harris vs. Craig The second annual God Debate features atheist neuroscientist Sam Harris and Evangelical Christian apologist William Lane Craig as they debate the topic: "Is Good From God?" The debate was sponsored in large part by the Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters: The Henkels Lecturer Series, The Center for Philosophy of Religion and the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts.
Noam Chomsky vs. William F. Buckley Debate : Part 1 of 2 From 1969, but still very relavent today. Noam Chomsky debates William F. Buckley. Part 2 is here Who is Noam Chomsky? Who is William F. Buckley?
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Creation / Evolution debate on Michael Coren Show Wait past the intro - This was the Creation/Evolution debate episode on the Michael Coren show, aired in Canada by CTS (shown here with permission). The debaters were Jason Wiles and Laurence Tisdall.
First 2008 Presidential Debate (Full Video) Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) participate in the first 2008 Presidential debate.
MALCOLM X: OXFORD UNION DEBATE (December 3, 1964) "I read once, passingly, about a man named Shakespeare. I only read about him passingly, but I remember one thing he wrote that kind of moved me. He put it in the mouth of Hamlet, I think, it was, who said, "To be or not to be." He was in doubt about something. Whether it was nobler in the mind of man to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, moderation, or to take up arms against a sea of troubles and by opposing end them. And I go for that. If you take up arms, you'll end it, but if you sit around and wait for the one who's in power to make up his mind that he should end it, you'll be waiting a long time. And in my opinion, the young generation of whites, blacks, browns, whatever else there is, you're living at a time of extremism, a time of revolution, a time when there's got to be a change. People in power have misused it and now there has to be a change and a better world has to be built and the only way it's going to be built is with extreme methods. And I, for one, will join in with anyone, I don't care what color you are, as long as you want to change this miserable condition that exists on this earth. Thank you." -- December 3, 1964
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Sharpton / Hitchens Debate - Can Morality Exist Without God? Complete video at: fora.tv Author Christopher Hitchens debates the Reverend Al Sharpton on the question of whether morality can exist in the absence of God. ----- A Debate: God Is Not Great with Al Sharpton and Christopher Hitchens. Taking on possibly the greatest issue of our time - the malignant force of religion in the world - Christopher Hitchens makes the ultimate case against religion through a close and learned reading of the major religious texts, citing numerous historical instances in which ***ual repression and outrageous acts of violence have been committed in the name of God. He argues for a more secular life based on science and reason, in which hell is replaced by the Hubble telescope's awesome view of the universe, and Moses and the burning bush give way to the beauty and symmetry of the double helix. -- NYPL Christopher Hitchens is an author, journalist and literary critic. Now living in Washington, DC, he has been a columnist at Vanity Fair, The Nation and Slate; additionally, he is an occasional contributor to many other publications. Al Sharpton Jr. is a Pentecostal minister, a political activist, civil rights activist and film actor. In recent years, Sharpton has also become a perennial candidate in his quest for the Democratic Party's nomination for President of the United States. Author of "Go and Tell Pharaoh: The Autobiography of the Reverend Al Sharpton."
Terrorism: Ron Paul vs. Giuliani @ SC Debate Ron Paul explains the damage that an interventionist policy can have when it comes to violent blowback. Giuliani throws a fit. See the transcript at
Full Version: Hitchens and Boteach Debate on God www.92 Full version of the Christopher Hitchens and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach Debate at New York's 92nd Street Y. Every program and presentation at the 92nd Street Y is made possible by charitable donations from individuals like you. To continue our activities in all media, we hope you consider making a donation below. Thank you.
Congressman Ron Paul at the First GOP Presidential Debate Compilation of Congressman Ron Paul at the GOP Presidential Debate held at the Reagan Library on May 3rd, 2007. www.RonPaul2008.com
Debate - Hitchens, Harris, Dennett vs Boteach, D'Souza, Taleb. Debate - Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett vs Dinesh D'Souza, Shmuley Boteach, Nassim Taleb. Neutral: Robert Wright. Andrés Roemer hosts La Ciudad de las Ideas 2009 Re-evolution (English Version)
Kennedy-Nixon First Presidential Debate, 1960 On September 26, 1960, Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard Nixon stood before an audience of 70 million Americans—two-thirds of the nation's adult population—in the first nationally televised Presidential debate. This first of four debates held before the end of October gave a vast national audience the opportunity to see and compare the two candidates, and ushered in a new age of Presidential politics. Film footage © John F. Kennedy Library Foundation. For more archival videos from the 1960 Presidential Campaign, go to For more information on the 1960 Presidential Campaign, go to
Kennedy-Nixon Debate 1/4 (1960) Information and FAQ: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ A. Commenting Rules: 1. No swearing, spamming or harassment. 2. It's okay to state your opinion, but don't take it too far when arguing against other's opinions. 3. Violation of these rules will result in your comment being removed and your channel being blocked. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ B. Cuts Bothered by the cuts? Sorry about that. They were there when I got the film. Here's a link to the complete transcription. bit.ly ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ C. Download This Video 1st Part: 2nd Part: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The first of the Kennedy-Nixon debates was first aired on September 26, 1960 on CBS. Please subscribe for more great videos! Please like, comment and favorite! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The key turning point of the campaign were the four Kennedy-Nixon debates; they were the first presidential debates held on television, and thus attracted enormous publicity. Nixon insisted on campaigning until just a few hours before the first debate started; he had not completely recovered from his hospital stay and thus looked pale, sickly, underweight, and tired. He also refused makeup for the first debate ...
The Biden-Palin Vice Presidential Debate in Ten Easy Minutes Joe Biden Sarah Palin Vice Presidential Debate, October 2, 2008
NAFTA: Ross Perot and Al Gore Debate 1993 See the link to the chart for the results of trade with Mexico. The year NAFTA was ratified, America had a $1 billion trade surplus with Mexico. By 1995, America had a $16 billion trade deficit with Mexico. Today, America's trade deficit with Mexico is $74 billion. The facts in the chart make President Clinton, Vice President Gore and all the newspaper editors who wrote editorials supporting NAFTA look like complete idiots or worse. Ross Perot was absolutely right even though he was not effective in the debate. Again, no matter what your views are on NAFTA, the chart (link below) speaks for itself. Also, this video is significant because it documents how NAFTA was sold to America by its elected leaders. In hindsight, some of the most ridiculous statements I heard from the debate was from Vice President Al Gore: 1) "They [GM] have started to move jobs back from Mexico to the United States." 2) "If he [Ross Perot] is right, then you give six months notice and you're out of it [NAFTA]." Lessons learned: Any time your government tries to sell you on a free trade deal with another country that has disparate living and environmental standards, don't believe it. President Bill Clinton also made similar claims about free trade with Communist China when he signed a free trade agreement with that country in 1999. Today, the US has lost countless jobs to Communist China and suffers a staggering and unsustainable $250 billion annual trade deficit with that country. Commentary ...
Hot 'Climategate' debate: Scientists clash LIVE on RT A respected British scientist has admitted that emails taken from his inbox, calling into question many of the accepted truths of global warming, were genuine. The documents appear to show scientists are holding back, or ignoring, evidence. One even suggested using a "trick" to hide a trend of falling temperatures.
Batman vs. The Penguin: The Debate Obviously, the Penguin is a Republican.
The God Debate: Hitchens vs. D'Souza "Two titans of the religious spectrum famed Atheist Christopher Hitchens and esteemed Catholic apologetic Dinesh D'Souza clash in public debate at the University of Notre Dame. Sponsored in part by The College of Arts and Letters: The Henkels Lecturer Series, The Center for Philosophy of Religion and the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts."
Kennedy vs. Nixon - 1st 1960 Debate Clip from the 1st 1960 presidential debate between Senator John F. Kennedy (D-MA) and Vice President Richard Nixon (R-CA). Held on September 26, 1960, it was the first presidential debate between candidates from opposing political parties as well as the first one to be televised. It is best known not by its subject matter, but by the preparedness and physical appearance of both candidates. Television audiences thought Kennedy won the debate by a landslide, while radio audiences thought Nixon won it by a landslide. Nixon appeared emaciated, unhealthy, and awkward, while Kennedy appeared handsome, tanned and confident. Nixon was recovering from an injured knee that resulted in a recent hospital stay. He had just arrived at the studio after a strenuous campaign in which he made appearances in all 50 states, including newly admitted Alaska and Hawaii. He refused to have makeup applied to his face, and had not shaved, making his stubble clearly visible to television viewers. Kennedy on the other hand, took time to rest before the debates and his suit contrasted well against the background. In effect, Nixon's gray suit seemed to blend in with the background, especially on the era's black and white television screens. Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
The Immigration Debate: SuperNews! The immigration debate blows up when the Pilgrims protest limitations to their rights in America... SUPERNEWS NOMINATED FOR WEBBY AWARDS!! SuperNews was nominated in two categories for the 2006 Webbys. Please help us out by voting for SuperNews and The Immigration Debate in the viewer's voice awards here: After registering go to the 'online film and video' section and we'll be in the two categories on top 'animation' and 'comedy long form or series'. Watch more SuperNews! VIEW more SuperNews! clips & SUBSCRIBE to the YouTube Playlist here...
Scoxford *50* - How To Debate Like an Oxford Scholar This Scoxford is a work of satire. It is meant to poke a little fun at the way we debate at Oxford. It's only half-true and that half is exaggerated, so hopefully it can be taken in good spirits. Enjoy!
Al Gore Debates Global Warming Al Gore debates expert climatologists (at last) on whether carbon dioxide causes global warming.
Third Party Presidential Debate (Full Video) Third Party Presidential Debate with candidates Ralph Nader and The Constitution Party's Chuck Baldwin
Chomsky and Dershowitz debate Israel and Palestine 1/14 Noam Chomsky & Alan Dershowitz debating Israel and Palestine Transcript of the debate:
The Great Debate The fine-tuning argument is NOT fine-tuned to assist believers of particular religions to argue for the truth of their religion's claims. References cited below. Inspiration for this one came from listening to a debate between Christopher Hitchens and Frank Turek, co-author of "I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist" (Geisler, N and Turek, F. Crossway Books, Wheaton Illinois, 2004). Turek's first 20 minutes were very much like the first three of this video ie, the arguments from cosmology, teleology (the apparent designed nature of the universe), and morality. Some parts of it are direct quotations, other parts are paraphrased, and others I picked up from other theists' videos/writings. To be fair to Turek, he acknowledged that these arguments did NOT lend credibility to the bible on their own, and invited Hitchens to a debate that would deal with the reliability of the bible. I ask, though if you're going to admit that the cosmological argument doesn't prove what you want to communicate, then why bother using it? Christians arent REALLY interested in making atheists into DEISTS, are they? (That's certainly NOT what they're called upon to do in the bible). These cosmological-type arguments are just so broad and general, that it is a MASSIVE LEAP to go from them, to suddenly arguing for a deity whose name you know, whose values you know (on such things as dietary restrictions and opinions about how you should cut your hair, and, of course, opinions about foreskins ...
Christianity Debate With the flourish, in recent years, of popular and widely accessible debates on this subject, the arguments coming from the theistic side have very quickly become predictable, stale, old, and even less convincing than they may have been the first time they were used. -----Read the script of this video at This debate has to change. Theists - when all of your arguments have been debunked, and you keep spouting them anyway, congratulations - you're not convincing anyone except the credulous and weak minded. Are you proud of that? I've often thought of opening up a second channel on youtube, on which I could engage in some debates with other users, but every time I ponder the idea I realise that 90% of the time I'd just be bringing people up to speed on what has already been answered a million times in the past. Screw that. The way I see it, this debate ended a few decades ago. Everything that had been brought to the table then is what we're still seeing being brought to the table now. What we "new" or "affirmative" atheists are doing is trying to knock some nails into the coffin so that this whole thing can be put to rest in what Sam Harris so eloquently calls "the vast graveyard of mythology". Theists - you simply must educate yourself before you go opening your mouth about all these tired old topics. Evolution. 20th century killers. The US constitution. Atheism and atheists, and what it actually is that they DON'T believe. When you spout them- you ...
The Rent Is Too Damn High Party's Jimmy McMillan at the NY Governor Debate October 18, 2010 -- In a debate expected to be dominated by top New York governor candidates Andrew Cuomo and Carl Paladino, Jimmy McMillan of the Rent Is Too Damn High Party provided the fireworks. Watch his inspired views on karate, gay marriage, and, well, rent.
Tensions Flare Between Obama and Clinton at SC Debate South Carolina Democratic Presidential Debate, January 21, 2008
Congressman Ron Paul at the Fourth GOP Presidential Debate Compilation of Congressman Ron Paul at the Fourth GOP Presidential Debate held in the Whittemore Center at the University of New Hampshire on September 5th, 2007. www.RonPaul2008.com
Arj Barker - Great Debate - Does God Have a Sense of Humour Arj Barker contesting whether God has a sense of humour
Third 2008 Presidential Debate (Full Video) Full Video of the Third 2008 Presidential Debate with Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ).
Why debate dogma? A reply to my atheist critics. BOOK OF VIDEO TRANSCRIPTS NOW AVAILABLE You can download an audio version of this video at