10:14 PM: Sort of a silly question on establishment/career politicians. But very good answer from Sanders.
10:17 PM: Moderators are just terrible. If you ask a question, don't arbitrarily call time is up in the middle of a sentence. The point of a debate is to have the candidates debate, to keep them on top, to press them on incomplete answers. If you're constantly interrupting the candidates when they're in the midst of answering your question you're doing it wrong.
10:25 PM: Clinton and Sanders are in a good exchange here where both are enunciating their key agendas very clearly. Hopefully the moderators won't make them stop.
10:28 PM: Sanders is wrong when he says that Republicans are climate deniers because they're "afraid to take on the fossil fuel industry." They're a lot of things. But if you think that, you fundamentally misjudge contemporary politics. They're not parroting fossil fuel industry talking points because they're afraid they won't get political money. They're doing that because they've completely embraced anti-environmental, anti-science politics and made it a central part of conservative political identity. Climate change isn't true because the liberals and the scientists say it is true and government action, especially government action that may impose any costs, is always wrong. Money is obviously a big, big part of it. But it buttresses something that is deeply embedded in conservative ideology and would remain there, even if in a weakened form, if there was no money from the fossil fuel industry at all.