Democratic Debates Are Good for America

They may even stop a conspiracy theory or two.

An image from the first 2019 Democratic presidential debate. Source: NBC News

The Democratic primary debate season is in full swing. There have already been two debate rounds held, and another two will occur by the first of November. After each debate, there is a new raft of criticism about some aspect of the process. The excitement surrounding Elizabeth Warren’s recent dismissal of John

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