Blasts Kerry, Calls For Americans to Endorse President's Policies
a blistering critique of Democratic nominee John Kerry's position
on the Iraq war, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani called
for voters to support the president because Kerry "has no
such clear, precise and consistent vision" for a war on terrorism.
Text: Former Mayor Giuliani's Address
Widows of those killed in the 9/11 attacks discuss the importance
of fighting terrorism.
Dominates Early Discussions During the Republican Convention
The issue of the war in Iraq has dominated much of the debate
in the early parts of the campaign for president. Two GOP lawmakers
discuss how the sharply divisive issue may play this fall.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters took to the streets Sunday
to voice the objection to President Bush's policy in Iraq. Kwame
Holman reports on the weekend's rallies.
Delegates to the Republican Convention contend the situation in
Iraq confirm the president's decision to oust Saddam Hussein was
the right one.
Historians consider the challenges presidents have faced in the
past during a war.
Stress President's Leadership in War on Terror
As Republicans opened their convention only blocks from the scene
of the deadliest terrorist attack in American history, elected
leaders praised President Bush for his war against al-Qaida and
his stewardship of the military campaign to oust Saddam Hussein.
Shields and Brooks assess the political implications of the security
issue in the post-9/11 world.
Two Republican members of Congress from near Ground Zero reflect
on the president's leadership following the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
Former Assistant United States Attorney
Robert Khuzami praises the Patriot Act.
Walking Tour of the President's Economic Plan
Paul Solman tours the Big Apple with Glenn Hubbard, the president's
former chief economic adviser, to explore President Bush's handling
of the economy in his first term.