With Arafat dead, what'll happen with the PLO? Everything depends on whether his replacement is more moderate.
What about the Scott Peterson guilty verdict? I thought he was guilty from the start. Why did we waste so much on a five-month trial?
Was the trial over-hyped? News people need a sensational topic. Coverage dragged on and on with a huge media audience.
What's the attack on Fallujah really about? They're trying to demonstrate to insurgents that they can't stand up to the U.S. They're trying to show the American people that we can prevail. From what I understand, though, the insurgents are re-establishing themselves in other areas of Iraq.
What should Ashcroft do now that he's stepped down? I'm just glad he stepped down.
Should he be the next Supreme Court nominee? b> Surely we can pick someone more moderate and reasonable.
Where's the PLO headed? It'll remain a terrorist organization under the sway of other jihadist groups unless the U.S. gets involved in the peace process.
What's your view of the Scott Peterson verdict? We gave too much attention to this with so many other more pressing problems in the world. Osama is still running around free; the U.S. is ignoring the Saudis' support of terror organizations.
What's the real story behind Fallujah? It's an attempt to convince the American people we're doing something about the insurgency. We let the leadership get away, though, and they'll just move the insurgency to other parts of Iraq.
What should Ashcroft do now? Go home and write a book.
Should he be the next Supreme Court nominee? b> Ashcroft is too ready to overrun civil rights in the name of security. I also disagree with his view on gays. I'm not pro-gay, but every American has a right to his own lifestyle.
What's in store for the PLO? I understand they're wanting to elect someone who's serving a life sentence in prison. I imagine things will remain in disarray. It'll be another two to three years before there's much improvement.
What about the Scott Peterson verdict? It seems like a good verdict. The circumstances were awfully suspicious.
Interpret our attack of Fallujah. We're trying to remove the more militant elements from Iraq. Fallujah has been an insurgency hotbed. It's our attempt to help the Iraqis get at the heart of the problem.
What should Ashcroft do with his newfound free time? He should think about becoming a judge.
Should Bush nominate him for the Supreme Court? He's too conservative and it would create too much of a fight. Bush should nominate someone much younger who can serve 30 to 40 years.