“From wherever you stood, the opposing side offered respectable, credible views. In today's fractured culture the evening struck a blow for civility.”
- The Huffington Post
By IQ2US Staff — December 23, 2013
As 2013 comes to a close, we’ve taken a look back at our past year of debates at Intelligence Squared U.S.
By John Donvan — November 27, 2013
It's the worst White House ceremony ever. But it happens every year: the annual pardoning of the turkey. Ugh.
By John Donvan — November 13, 2013
Could they have been any clearer, the founding fathers, when they sat down and penned the Second Amendment? Uh huh. A LOT.
By John Donvan — October 30, 2013
Tonight, we are debating a "what if." Sometimes we do that.
By IQ2US Staff — October 14, 2013
In the face of a government shutdown affecting millions of Americans, we ask again: is the two-party system making America ungovernable?
By John Donvan — October 09, 2013
Acronym world can be a mysterious place.
By IQ2US Staff — October 02, 2013
Listen to our first retrospective, a podacst that sheds light on the debate surrounding Obamacare.
By IQ2US Staff — September 17, 2013
We are pleased to introduce artist Thomas James, whose illustrations have been featured in everything from The Wall Street Journal to WIRED Magazine.
By IQ2US Staff — September 11, 2013
Since taking sides nearly two years ago at our debate Too Many Kids Go To College, panelists Vivek Wadhwa and Peter Thiel have continued the debate off the stage.
By John Donvan — September 04, 2013
In my starting days as a TV interviewer, I had a weird habit.