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One of the leading political talk shows in America, this program combined in-depth discussion of current events and issues with just enough conflict added to spur arguments onward. For each show, four panelists, either journalists, politicians or other similarly connected with affairs of state, with a wide range of opinions and viewpoints, were brought together to debate the impact of past events, the wisdom of current activities, and the proper courses of action for the future. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Was cancelled after Jon Stewart appeared on the show and criticized the hosts for turning the media into an agitprop screaming match. See more »

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Co-Host: Is John Kerry - is John Kerry really the best? I mean, John Kerry has...
Jon Stewart: Is he the best? I thought Lincoln was good.
Co-Host: Is he the best the Democrats can do?
Jon Stewart: Is he the best the Democrats can do?
Co-Host: Yes, this year of the whole field.
Jon Stewart: I had always thought, in a democracy - and, again, I don't know - I've only lived in this country - that there's a process. They call them primaries.
Co-Host: Right.
Jon Stewart: And they don't always go with the best, but they go with whoever won. So is he the best? According to the process.
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Crossfire makes Hannity and Colmes look like a watery turd
19 January 2004 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Crossfire is by-far the best political debate show on TV. It's ten times better than that right-wing propaganda platform, HANNITY and colmes. Paul Begala and Jim Carville actually stand up for liberalism unlike colmes who is more HANNITY's sidekick who he makes derogatory jokes about. Tucker Carlson and Bob Novak actually stand up for Conservatism even though it's CNN which does tilt left although not as blatantly and far as Fox New's propaganda. Plus, every show, they have one Liberal guest and on Conservative guest unless they're focusing on a person or direct and they have one expert on that person or issue who could be of either side. HANNITY and Colmes always has conservatives on to help HANNITY try paint moderate Liberals as out of touch with Americans while far-Right Nazi Republicans are labeled as America's great hope even though Conservatives already have power.


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