James Glassman

George W. Bush Institute

Guest/Host

Executive Director of the George W. Bush Institute at George W. Bush Presidential Center

James Glassman on KCRW

The GOP leaves Tampa. The Democrats are headed to Charlotte. We look back at the Republican convention and ahead to what the Dems have in store.

Goodbye Tampa, Hello Charlotte

The GOP leaves Tampa. The Democrats are headed to Charlotte. We look back at the Republican convention and ahead to what the Dems have in store.

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With the Paul Ryan pick, does Romney get a deficit-hawking, fiscally disciplined conservative? A cold-hearted, shrink-government-at-all-costs ideologue? Both?

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With the Paul Ryan pick, does Romney get a deficit-hawking, fiscally disciplined conservative? A cold-hearted, shrink-government-at-all-costs ideologue? Both?

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