Shows featuring Wayne Slater

  • RNC Launches with Tea Party’s Ted Cruz, Ann Romney and a "We Built It" Theme Shaped by Karl Rove Wanye
    Republicans have officially nominated Mitt Romney for president after nearly 15 months of campaigning. On Tuesday night, speakers, including Mitt Romney’s wife Ann, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, and tea party favorite Ted Cruz, addressed the Republican National Convention crowd of delegates and their supporters for...
    August 29, 2012 | Story
  • Ahead of South Carolina Primary, GOP Candidates Employ Race-Baiting Tradition to Win Southern Vote Splash_image20120120-22760-dnfj9r-0
    Leading up to the South Carolina primary, several Republican presidential candidates have been criticized for comments made over issues of race. This week Newt Gingrich defended his description of President Obama as "the food stamp president," while offering praise for President Andrew Jackson, the architect of the...
    January 20, 2012 | Story
  • GOP Contest Rattled Before SC Primary as Perry Exits, Newt’s Ex-Wife Speaks Out, Santorum Takes Iowa Splash_image20120120-5936-1tytcft-0
    Republican presidential candidates gathered in Charleston, South Carolina, Thursday night for their final debate before Saturday’s primary. The debate capped a busy day that saw the departure of Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Rick Santorum’s defeat of Mitt Romney in the Iowa caucus recount, and new details of Newt...
    January 20, 2012 | Story
  • Super Tuesday II: Today’s Primaries and Caucuses Could Decide the Democratic Nominee; We Get Reports from Texas, Ohio and Vermont Texasprimaryweb
    Dallas Morning News reporter Wayne Slater, Harvey Wasserman of in Ohio and journalist David Goodman of Vermont discuss today’s vote. In Texas, Slater explains the state’s complex voting system and why the Clinton campaign is pressuring the Democratic Party not to release partial results from tonight’s caucus. In Ohio, voter integrity activists have secured new...
    March 04, 2008 | Story
  • Bush’s Brain Steps Down: Facing Subpoenas, Karl Rove Resigns Rovek2-26
    President Bush’s top adviser Karl Rove announced on Monday he will step down as White House deputy chief of staff at the end of the month. The move comes while he is at the center of several congressional investigations. We speak with Dallas Morning News reporter Wayne Slater, co-author of two books on Rove, "Bush"s Brain" and "The Architect." [includes rush...
    August 14, 2007 | Story
  • Code of Conduct
    In a voice vote earlier this week, the House of Representatives approved a major change in US policy governing weapons sales. In an overwhelming vote Tuesday night, the House adopted a '’code of conduct'’ for countries seeking to buy US arms.
    June 13, 1997 | Story