Judy on February 03, 2016
Asked if he would follow Ronald Reagan's example and negotiate nuclear arms reductions, Ted Cruz called Vladimir Putin "a KGB thug" said we could only negotiate with Russia from a position of strength. He again said elimination of nuclear weapons would require magic, but said we might be able to work with Russia to reduce the nuclear threat from Iran (a country that has no nuclear weapons). Read More
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Olivia Zink on February 2, 2016
Ted Cruz likes to emphasize his opposition to the "Washington Cartel." Olivia asked him if that includes the military-industrial-complex, to which Cruz responded by opposing "wasteful projects." Read More
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John Raby on February 02, 2016
John Kasich said, yes, of course he would take nuclear missiles off hair trigger alert. Then he said de-alerting would be hard to accomplish given the huge size of the Pentagon bureaucracy. Read More
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Will Thomas on February 02, 2016
When Will suggested investment in cybersecurity, infrastructure, diplomacy, and even conventional forces would be better than spending a trillion dollars on a new generation of nuclear weapons, Chris Christie made vague references to diplomacy and non-proliferation, then said his nuclear weapons priority is the Ohio-class submarine replacement program. Read More
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David Erikson on February 02, 2016
Jeb discussed the Citizens United ruling. Read More
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Sally on February 02, 2016
When Sally told Chris Christie we could repair our infrastructure with funds from cancelling the F-35 program if it weren't for the power of the military-industrial-congressional complex, the NJ governor said he would evaluate all federal programs. He also said he would fund infrastructure improvements by repatriating funds now held offshore. Read More
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Austin Henshaw on February 01, 2016
Carly Fiorina was asked about corporate cronyism and the one trillion dollar nuclear weapons plan. She said we need to reform bureaucracy and pork in the Department of Defense saying, "there is a lot of fat and pork and corruption and greed in Pentagon contracts," but didn't address specifics on how to do this. Read More
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Hector Salamanca Arroyo on February 1, 2016
At a town hall event at Drake University in Des Moines Iowa, Governor Christie stated he would be happy to look over 34,000 immigrant detention mandate. Read More
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Arnie Alpert on February 1, 2016

You can send suggested questions to the moderators for the next Democratic debate, February 4 at UNH Durham, hosted by MSNBC. 

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David Erikson on February 01, 2016
Asked about intervention, arms merchants and campaign finance reform, John Kasich said "faulty intelligence" was to blame in Iraq war vote. Democrats were at fault in Libya. And arms merchants don't influence congress. He doesn't like big money in politics. Read More
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