Evaluate Closeness of Presidential Race
Ray Suarez speaks with syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New
York Times columnist David Brooks about the recent release of
Justice Department memos explaining Bush administration prisoner
torture policies, new poll numbers about Americans' opinions of
the war in Iraq and recent developments in the presidential race
and John Kerry's vice presidential selection process.
Groups Spend Vast Sums on Political Television Ads
June 22, 2004
As the campaign season heats up, independent conservative and
liberal groups are running numerous television ads that invoke
powerful images, including those of former President Reagan, the
Halliburton corporation and scenes from the war on terror.
Politicians, Clergy Clash Over Abortion
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops said Friday that politicians
who support the right to "abortion on demand" are "cooperators
in evil." On the controversial question of whether to withhold
communion from politicians who favor abortion rights, the conference
left the decision up to individual bishops.
Resigns, President Bush and Sen. Kerry Spar Over Iraq
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Boston Globe columnist
Tom Oliphant discuss the resignation of CIA Director George Tenet
and the foreign policy debate between President Bush and Sen.