Published On: Fri, Feb 21st, 2014

Penn State wraps up details for April debate between Ron Paul and Carl Bernstein

Last year the Penn State College Republicans hosted a debate between former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich and former Obama Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.

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How do they plan to follow up that debate?

As we speak, final details are in the works to bring investigative journalist Carl Bernstein and retired Texas Congressman Ron Paul to Penn State in April, Chairman of the College Republicans Jordan Harris said.

The plan is to bring the journalism icon and the libertarian icon together for Tax Day on April 15 for a discussion of important topics of US policy.

“It will be more of a discussion than a debate that was between Gibbs and Gingrich [last year], but [Bernstein and Paul] will offer many points of contrast related to different issues on American policy,” Harris said.

“This is a chance for College Democrats and Republicans and UPUA and different organizations to come together again to provide this service for the student body, and last year, the reception from the student body was great,” Harris said.

For more info, check The Daily Collegian

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