The opening of the George W. Bush presidential library in Texas last week has spawned a period of public reflection on legacies and lessons from Bush’s uneven presidency, with former staffers and foes battling over policy issues. It is largely a rehash of old arguments, but it is also a proxy war for the conversation going on across the Right today, a debate over the paths it ought to take on a host of issues to turn around its electoral prospects and reconnect with the American people.
While much of the mass media has focused on Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Jeb Bush, and other prominent names, an interesting contribution has come from a figure largely unknown to national audiences: Utah Senator Mike Lee.
GUEST ALERT: Ben Domenech from the Heartland Inst. joins Rod at 4:20pm to discuss his article on Mike Lee.
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