Tries to Rally GOP Ranks on the Budget and Iraq
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist
David Brooks discuss President Bush's visit to Capitol Hill, the
budget battle, and the effect U.S. policy in Iraq may have in
the upcoming presidential election.
Uncertainty in Iraq Weighs on Presidential Election
What are the key differences between President Bush and Sen. John
Kerry, D-Mass., in their approach to Iraq? Margaret Warner gets
perspectives from Kenneth Adelman, a former Reagan administration
arms-control official who serves on the Defense Policy Board,
and Richard Holbrooke, a former foreign-policy adviser to Presidents
Carter and Clinton.
Abuse, Iraq, and Presidential Politics
Suarez discusses the Iraqi prisoner abuse scandal, the murder
of Nick Berg and presidential election politics with syndicated
columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks.
Public's Changing View of the Presidential Candidates
President Bush and his Democratic rival Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts
delivered speeches on health care and education this week. Pollster
Andrew Kohut assesses the public's changing views of the two candidates.
The Role of Faith in Politics and War
President Bush often explains the war on terror in religious terms
of good and evil. Jeffrey Brown speaks with University of Chicago
theological scholars Jean Bethke Elshtain and Martin Marty about
the role of religion in public discourse.
Expresses Doubts About Electronic Voting
The commission Congress created to investigate the security of
electronic voting machines said the software on some machines
is not reliable enough for use in the 2004 presidential election.
Spencer Michels looks at the controversy in California over electronic