Re-match: York and Lomonaco on Bush's final year

Last year, they sliced and diced the Scooter Libby trial. With 11 months left in the president's final term, University of Minnesota political theorist Jeff Lomonaco and National Review White House correspondant Byron York reprise their March 2007 Dust-Up with a discussion on Bush's legacy, his remaining agenda, impeachment and the White House-Congress balance of power.

  • Bush’s legacy: vindication or villainy?

    What might the Bush legacy look like if the Iraq war had never happened? How much of his legacy depends on Iraq? Could he eventually receive a Truman-like vindication? Byron York and Jeff Lomonaco conclude their debate.

  • Kicking the lame duck out

    Legally, do those agitating for impeachment have a case? Politically, would pursuing impeachment be wise at this point? Byron York and Jeff Lomonaco debate.

  • Checks and balances checkup

    How much, if at all, has Bush changed the balance of power between Congress and the White House? Jeff Lomonaco and Byron York debate.

  • Bush’s final year

    The president has 11 months left in office - what’s left for him to do? Jeff Lomonaco and Byron York debate.