Police say a vehicle carjacked in Darby on Friday, which triggered a response from Homeland Security, was found early Saturday morning.
M: I personally do not see the moderator position as one whereby you choose you 'take to task' anything either candidate said. That is for voters to decide on in the aftermath, and not a bunch of gameshow hosts masquerading as the 4th Estate to insert their opinions on. They should enforce rules, like time limits, keep control of things when they spin BUT let people speak as well, basically acting very much like referees/admins/impartial onlookers when it comes to restraining their bias. They can't, though, (or won't) can/will they? I never thought I'd say this, but I actually miss policy questions proposed to two people, as well as their ideas on how to fix issues. It would be preferable to this mirrored brand of Twitter/Tumblr-sprouted nonsense that is produced in the aftermath noting how a moderator should be, and basically that means 'you need to back my person by doing x)...'