Examiner, Weekly Standard talk 2010 elections on C-SPAN

With the Republican party having achieved historic victories in the House of Representatives this year but Democrats still in control of the Senate and presidency, what will the near-term future of American politics look like? That question will be discussed in-depth today at a panel discussion featuring the staffs of the Washington Examiner and the Weekly Standard.

Standard editor Bill Kristol will moderate a panel with Examiner's senior political analyst Michael Barone, chief political correspondent Byron York, and congressional correspondent Susan Ferrechio. They will be joined by Weekly Standard executive editor Fred Barnes.

The event will be broadcast live on the C-SPAN cable television channel from 12:30pm to 2:00 pm Eastern time. It can also be watched live on the C-SPAN website.

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