On Wednesday, October 17, I was privileged to participate in a conversation with C-SPAN's Susan Swain and New York Times' columnist Charles M. Blow about the upcoming election. We focused especially on economic and tax issues, along with generational warfare. Take a look and a listen by clicking above.
It's a fun and spirited discussion, helped along by the use of cell phone technology that allowed the audience to automatically vote on a series of questions, such as who they planned to vote for, what issues they thought were most important, and the like.
The event took place at Purdue University in Indiana and was sponsored by the school's Project Impact, which brings speakers to campus and hosts interactive debates and conversations.