Jim Lehrer talks to syndicated columnist Mark Shields and William Safire of The New York Times about the Democratic debate, the election of Arnold Schwarzenegger as California's governor and recent developments in the Bush administration's Iraq policy.
Jim Lehrer and political analysts Mark Shields and William Safire discuss Thursday's Democratic debate, the California recall and other highlights in the week's political developments.
Political analysts Tom Oliphant of The Boston Globe and Byron York of the National Review discuss the week's news, including how the Bush administration is faring on domestic issues in the face of continuing developments in Iraq and the latest…
Columnists Mark Shields and Byron York discuss the week's news, including the blackout and the California recall.
Ray Suarez discusses the week's political developments with syndicated columnist Mark Shields and The Weekly Standard's David Brooks.
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the crop of Democratic presidential candidates, next year's presidential election and former Vice President Al Gore's recent criticism of President Bush.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Byron York of the National Review discuss the possible deployment of U.S. troops to Liberia, the president's comments on continuing violence in Iraq and political fundraising for election 2004.
Coalition troops seized Baghdad's main airport Friday as U.S. Marines edged closer to the Iraqi capital. Mark Shields and David Brooks reflect on the war's progress and on the media's coverage of the conflict.
Jim Lehrer speaks with David Brooks of The Weekly Standard and Tom Oliphant of The Boston Globe about the week's political developments.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and David Brooks of The Weekly Standard discuss the week's diplomacy and what's at stake for President Bush in the quest for U.N. approval of an Iraq war.
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