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.

February 22, 2008

DUST-UP

Bush’s legacy: vindication or villainy?

Today, York and Lomonaco debate the president's legacy. Previously, they evaluated calls for removing Bush from office, assessed Bush's relationship with Congress and discussed his remaining agenda.

February 21, 2008

DUST-UP

Kicking the lame duck out

Today, Lomonaco and York evaluate calls for removing Bush from office. Previously, they assessed Bush's relationship with Congress and discussed his remaining agenda. They'll conclude their debate tomorrow with an exchange on the president's legacy.

February 20, 2008

DUST-UP

Checks and balances checkup

Today, Lomonaco and York assess Bush's relationship with Congress. Previously, they discussed his remaining agenda. Tomorrow and Friday, they'll address calls for impeachment and the president's legacy.

February 19, 2008

DUST-UP

Bush’s final year

Today, Lomonaco and York open their second Times Dust-Up with a discussion of President Bush's remaining agenda. Later in the week, they'll discuss calls for impeachment, Bush's legacy and the White House-Congress balance of power.

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