Another week, another Republican debate. This time it's on Fox Business, and co-sponsored by the Wall Street Journal.
We'll have an open thread up for you all to discuss it, but if you want to watch, it will be streamed here.
Fox Insider has more:
Presented from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in conjunction with the Wall Street Journal, the one-hour undercard debate begins at 7:00p ET, moderated by FBN anchors Sandra Smith and Trish Regan and WSJ Washington Bureau Chief Gerald Seib.
In the first forum, you'll hear from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and former Sen. Rick Santorum.
The two-hour primetime debate follows at 9:00p ET, moderated by FBN Managing Editor of Business News Neil Cavuto and FBN Global Markets Editor Maria Bartiromo, along with WSJ’s Editor-in-Chief Gerard Baker.
The second debate will feature Donald Trump, Dr. Ben Carson, Sen. Marco Rubio, Sen. Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Sen. Rand Paul.
The questions will focus on jobs, taxes and the general health of the economy, as well as domestic and international policy issues.
A couple of other ways to view it:
Some cable and satellite providers - including DIRECTV, Suddenlink, Mediacom, Frontier, Wide Open West, Cable One, and a significant number of National Cable Television Cooperative member companies - have agreed to make Fox Business Network available to all subscribers for the debates.
Apparently the candidates have been warned that this will not be anything like the CNBC GOP debate. I'm not sure what that means, but Fox is putting on Lou Dobbs and Neil Cavuto, respectively, after the debates to explain it all to us dumb bunnies who don't get Republicans.
Will Ben Carson explain how he plans to kill Medicare? Will Chris Christie unpack his "destroy Social Security" agenda?