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Fox Genius Dana Perino Real Upset People Hate Torture More Than They Love Babies

Oh look, here is former George W. Bush spokesditz and current Fox Blonde Dana Perino, doing a dumb on the teevee again. Yes, again. What crawled up her butt and died this time? Did her husband get arrested some more? No, it’s The Media...Show More Summary

Scoring Is The New Kerning

Remember "kerning"? Remember when this was the "proof" that Dan Rather's documents about George W. Bush's spotty Air Force record were forged? Now we have "scoring" (which, I guess, is the wingnut version of crop circles) as the new proof that IRS official Lois Lerner was trying to hide documents. Show More Summary

Ex-President George HW Bush tweets about fall, neck injury

KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine (AP) — Former President George H.W. Bush is showing he has a sense of humor about falling at his Maine summer home and fracturing a bone in his neck. The 91-year-old tweeted a smiling photo showing him in a neck brace and giving two thumbs up Thursday. Show More Summary

CNBC Host: The Left Has Become More Extreme Than The Right

I must admit I had trouble coming up with a headline to this post. Watch the clip and you'll understand. On Meet The Press this morning, their round table gaggle group consisted of Sara Fagen, a former George Bush political aide, who...Show More Summary

Unreleased Photos Show Bush, Cheney on 9/11

PBS Frontline: In never-before-released photographs taken on Sept. 11, 2001, the shock, horror and gravity of the terrorist attacks can be read on the faces of President George Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, their wives Laura and Lynne, National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice, CIA Director George Tenet and other senior Bush and Cheney staffers. Show More Summary

Can Humanitarian Intervention Be Saved From Its Friends?

President Barack Obama has now used force or supported others' use of force for humanitarian purposes more times than George W. Bush or Bill Clinton did. Yet a host of GOP presidential candidates, and commentators from both the liberal interventionist and neoconservative schools, argue that humanita

Trump is Republican frontrunner, third party threats aside

Rachel Maddow debunks the myth that Ross Perot drew votes away from George H.W. Bush in 1992, and points out that Donald Trump is still running (and front...

Midday open thread: George H.W. Bush has a fall, the KKK is back in action and Newt

Today's comic by Ruben Bolling is The Donald Trump mysteries: Best wishes for a speedy recovery: Former President George H.W. Bush, at 91 the oldest living former president, was being treated at a hospital early Thursday for a broken bone in his neck suffered in a fall. [...]Show More Summary

The Latest: Former president won't need surgery after fall

The office of former President George H.W. Bush says he won't need surgery to repair a broken bone in his neck. The 91-year-old Bush, the oldest living former president, remains hospitalized in fair condition a day after he injured himself...Show More Summary

George H.W. Bush Falls, Breaks Bone in Neck

Former President George H. W. Bush suffered a neck fracture in a fall at his home in Maine on Wednesday, though he was listed in stable condition and his hospital stay was expected to be brief, his spokesman said. Bush, 91, who served as America's 41st president, was last hospitalized in Houston for a week in December 2014 after experiencing breathing difficulties.

Presidential prison visit and other headlines

Morning headlines: Pres. Obama makes historic visit to a federal prison today, fmr. Pres. George H.W. Bush hospitalized after breaking a neck bone in a fall.

George HW Bush, 91, falls, breaks bone in neck, hospitalized

KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine (AP) — A Maine hospital where 91-year-old former President George H.W. Bush is being treated for a broken bone in his neck says it's too early to say when he'll be released. The medical center said early Thursday he's wearing a neck brace.

George HW Bush, 91, falls at Maine home, breaks bone in neck

George HW Bush, 91, falls at Maine home, breaks bone in neck KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine (AP) — Former President George H.W. Bush has fallen at home in Kennebunkport, Maine, and broken a bone in his neck. After one term highlighted by the success of the 1991 Gulf War in Kuwait he lost to Democrat Bill Clinton amid voters' concerns about the economy.

Spokesman: Ex-President George HW Bush, 91, falls at Maine home, breaks bone in neck, doing OK

KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine (AP) — Spokesman: Ex-President George HW Bush, 91, falls at Maine home, breaks bone in neck, doing OK.

Jeb Bush: Obama's diplomatic policy too 'sophisticated', uses 'big-syllable words'

George Bush smarts with Mitt Romney's charm Jeb Bush, wealthy banking consultant and Florida ex-governor birthed from one of America's foremost modern political dynasties, tries to cornbread himself up a bit. “You don’t have to be the world’s policeman, but we have to be the world’s leader – and there’s a huge difference. Show More Summary

George W. Bush charged $100,000 to speak at charity for veterans wounded in his wars

George W. isn't the Bush most in the news these days, although when we're talking about brother Jeb!, he's often the subtext, the unpleasant memory lurking in our minds. George is back in the news on his own, though, for getting $100,000...Show More Summary

George W. Bush: Sorry About All The Maiming. That Will Be $100,000, Please.

George W. Bush sure figured out a nice scam to earn himself some income in his post-presidency retirement. First, as president, he sent thousands of Americans off to get maimed in war. Then, when they came back, he could charge charities trying to help those maimed soldiers a cool $100,000 to come shower them with bullshit platitudes at gala dinners. Show More Summary

George W. Bush charged veterans group 100k for speech

The former Republican president, who created quite a few veterans, could have waived his usual speaking fee for the Helping a Hero group. He didn't.

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