The A.D. Times, Thursday, May 5, 2005
Story by Tami A. Quigley (with photos) provides highlights from the 22nd Annual Frank L. Marcon Lecture April 28 with guest speaker, William Kristol. In his talk, Kristol, a regular guest on television's top news programs, targeted three areas: foreign policy, domestic policy and the media. He noted the presidential election gave Bush a mandate and a responsibility to govern, but that the stakes are high. He cited risks, such as Bush's ambitious Social Security plan, the fight in the judiciary for courts, the fight over the filibuster and the shape of the courts. Also, he noted the great change in the character of the media over the past 20 years, with rise in number and popularity of cable TV news programs, the Internet and national talk radio.
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