Ironically, the process of moving the embassy from its current location to the compound at the U.S. Embassy to Italy began under Jeb's brother, President George W. Bush. The post Jeb Bush: Obama’s Decision To Move Vatican Embassy Is All About Obamacare Retaliation appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Fred Kaplan at Slate says the Iran deal is everything President Obama wanted to achieve. Had George W. Bush made the deal, Republicans would be ecstatic. The deal just signed by Iran and the P5+1 nations (the United States, Britain, France, Russia, and China plus Germany) is precisely the hoped-for deal laid out [by the […]
Former President George W. Bush sat down Tuesday night with comedian Jay Leno and weighed in on everything from his presidential legacy to his painting. "I did the best I could do," Bush said on The Tonight Show. "I'm also very comfortable...Show More Summary
Sean Hannity called the Senate's passage of filibuster reform a "lawless maneuver" despite having supported it in 2005 under Republican President George W. Bush. After the Senate voted to change the rules on judicial nominees to allow...Show More Summary
Liz Cheney, ultra-conservative daughter of George W. Bush’s old boss vice president, is running to be Wyoming’s GOP Senate nominee next year. And she’s been speaking volumes about the issue that has every American worried: unemployment the federal debt the economy gay marriage. She’s against it – despite the fact that her lesbian sister is […]
Despite an uproar in the Jewish community, former president George W. Bush is still slated to deliver the keynote address to a fundraiser for the Messianic Jewish Bible Institute in Irving, Texas, tonight. The MJBI trains people to persuade Jews to recognize Jesus as their messiah. Show More Summary
George W. Bush will sit down with Jay Leno November 19. The last time Bush was a guest on the NBC show was back in 2010 during a book tour. Bush spokesman Freddy Ford told the cable network the 43rd president wanted to swing by the “Tonight Show” set before Leno gives up the host […]
Today's comic by Jen Sorensen is Legal horseplay: Go figure: The Anti-Defamation League on Monday criticized former President George W. Bush for his plans to address a fundraiser for an evangelical group that aims to convert Jews to Christianity. “We were disappointed to learn that former President George W. Show More Summary
Tthe group, originally called the Judicial Confirmation Network, was among the most vocal supporters of "fair" treatment of judicial nominees during the George W. Bush administration, including up-or-down majority votes for all. The post Group That Opposed Judicial Filibusters Hits Senator For Not Filibustering Judges appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Click here to view this media Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) on Sunday pointed out to GOP strategist Ana Navarro that Republicans "did nothing" to solve health care problems during President George W. Bush's two terms in office "and now we've...Show More Summary
The former CBS producer who was fired over the 2004 George W. Bush National Guard story that also did in Dan Rather says the 60 Minutes Benghazi story was done to appeal to conservatives. “My concern is that the story was done very pointedly to appeal to a more conservative audience’s beliefs about what happened […]
I'm actually kind of surprised by this. (I suspect some of his ardent Jewish supporters are too.) George W. Bush is the keynote speaker at a Texas fundraiser for a group that works to convince Jews to accept Jesus as the Messiah in order to bring about the Second Coming.
Bush will keynote a fundraiser for the Messianic Bible Institute that trains people worldwide to convince Jews to accept Christ as the Messiah. Messianic Jews have long been controversial for Jews of all major denominations, who object to their proselytizing efforts and their message that salvation by Jesus is consistent with Jewish theology. Last year, […]
One of the investigators hired by CBS News to review its problematic 2004 report on George W. Bush's Air National Guard service, which led to the ouster of Dan Rather and other staffers, said the lessons of that review -- to get theShow More Summary
We’d have to say that’s an unqualified no — but the former president’s success in a style that is more “outsider” than realist has impressed even his political detractors with self-portraits in a bathtub and dozens of dog portraits (none playing poker). He will next turn his attention to world leaders with whom he worked: […]
A panel of three Republican judges, all of whom were appointed by President George W. Bush, granted the state of Texas' request Wednesday night to reinstate a law that will force many of the state's abortion clinics to close their doors. The post BREAKING: Three Bush-Appointed Judges Reinstate Texas’ Anti-Abortion Law appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Raf Sanchez at the Telegraph points to a former Guantanamo detainee who was released under George W. Bush as a lead planner in the Benghazi attack. An investigation by CBS News claimed that Sufyan Ben Qumu, a Guantánamo detainee who was released in 2007 by the Bush administration, was one of the lead planners of […]
Frank Vennes, whose son Denley claims (apparently truthfully) to have been a White House intern during the George W. Bush administration and who could count Michele Bachmann among his high-powered friends, has now gone back to prison, possibly for the last time, because of Tom Petters and his Ponzi scheme.
New York Times reporter Peter Baker is out with a new book that reportedly reveals some eyebrow-raising details about the Iraq War. A senior official from former President George W. Bush's administration is quoted in Days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White House saying American troops went into Iraq because the U.S. Show More Summary
Not George Bush's boss? Caricature by DonkeyHotey. For more than a decade, ever since Dick Cheney used his assignment to select a vice presidential candidate for George W. Bush to pick himself, the conventional wisdom has been that the former secretary of defense and former CEO of Halliburton pulled Bush's strings. Show More Summary