The political correspondent for The Nation, John Nichols, will be my guest on News Talk Online on Paltalk.com tomorrow, Thursday October 16 to help us analyze the third and final presidential debate tonight.
Paltalk users will also be able to give their post-mortems as well, tonight, at 10:30 PM New York time after the debate.
Nichols, a pioneering political blogger, has written the Online Beat since 1999. His posts have been circulated internationally, quoted in numerous books and mentioned in debates on the floor of Congress.
Nichols writes about politics for The Nation magazine as its Washington correspondent. He is a contributing writer for The Progressive and In These Times and the associate editor of the Capital Times, the daily newspaper in Madison, Wisconsin. His articles have appeared in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune and dozens of other newspapers.
Nichols is a frequent guest on radio and television programs as a commentator on politics and media issues. He was featured in Robert Greenwald's documentary, "Outfoxed," and in the documentaries Joan Sekler's "Unprecedented," Matt Kohn's "Call It Democracy" and Robert Pappas's "Orwell Rolls in his Grave." The keynote speaker at the 2004 Congress of the International Federation of Journalists in Athens, Nichols has been a featured presenter at conventions, conferences and public forums on media issues sponsored by the Federal Communications Commission, labor unions and political and community organizations.
Nichols is the author The Genius of Impeachment; the critically-acclaimed analysis of the Florida recount fight of 2000, Jews for Buchanan, and a best-selling biography of Vice President Dick Cheney, Dick: The Man Who is President.
To join in the conversation following tonight's debate in the Obama McCain Debate room and to talk to Nichols at 5 PM New York time tomorrow CLICK HERE. There is no charge.
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