Cade Foster got death threats last week, but this week he received a handwritten letter from George W. Bush telling him to keep his head up. It’s been a roller coaster couple of weeks for the Alabama kicker. After shanking three field goals in the Iron Bowl against Auburn and ultimately being pulled from the... Show More Summary
Former President George W. Bush sent Alabama field goal kicker Cade Foster, who received death threats after missing three field goals in the Iron Bowl that Alabama heartbreakingly lost, a letter of support. The letter read: "Dear Cade (#43), Life has its setbacks. Show More Summary
Alabama kicker Cade Foster has been the target of much criticism after missing three field goals in the Crimson Tide's dramatic loss in the Iron Bowl to Auburn. We've seen his teammates stick up for him, and now he has received a letter from former United States President George W. Show More Summary
In 2005, after the FDA under President George W. Bush resisted liberal pressure to make the hormonal emergency contraceptive Plan B available over-the-counter, Planned Parenthood was furious, claiming unfettered access to hormonal ECs would cut the number of abortions in America by a whopping 67%, from 1.2 million annually to 400,000: Experts estimate that wider access to EC […]
Barack Obama is a failed president: Barack Obama is facing poll numbers that are now in the same territory as President George W. Bush’s following Hurricane Katrina. The Quinnipiac University Polling Institute released numbers on Tuesday showing that just 38 per cent of registered voters approve of the job Obama is doing as president, with [...]
While both The Narrative™ and The Conversation™ dictate that "bipartisanship is dead," a glimmer of hope occasionally emerges from the depths of our nation's capital. In the most recent case, it's former President George W. Bush giddily showing off his paintings to former Secretary of State (and future 2016 candidate?) Hillary Clinton.
by Jill Stanek In 2005, after the FDA under President George W. Bush resisted liberal pressure to make the hormonal emergency contraceptive Plan B available over-the-counter, Planned Parenthood was furious, claiming unfettered access to hormonal ECs would cut the number of abortions in America by a whopping…
On the way back from the Mandela memorial, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, Laura Bush, Attorney General Eric Holder, National Security Advisor Susan Rice, and Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett were treated to an iPad showing of George W. Bush's paintings. (White...
Some great pics from aboard Air Force One en route to Nelson Mandela's memorial service, including George W. Bush showing Hillary Clinton photos of his post-presidency paintings (above).
[While traveling on Air Force One to Johannesburg for Nelson Mandela's memorial, George W. Bush shows off his new paintings to Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, Valerie Jarrett, Susan Rice, Eric Holder, and Laura Bush. Photo via Pete Souza] Read more...
This seemed inexplicable at the time, and is even more inexplicable now: >U.S. forces missed chance to get bin Laden: WASHINGTON, Nov 29 - The U.S. military could have captured or killed Osama bin Laden in 2001 if it had launched a concerted...Show More Summary
One of the big surprise stories of the last year is that George W. Bush has become a painter, and not just that a very good one. White House Photographer Pete Souza snapped this photo of the former President showing off his paintings on his iPad to everyone on Air Force One yesterday, while on route to the Mandela memorial. (Via Dashbot) Join the conversation about this story »
(John Hinderaker) Nelson Mandela’s funeral generated a number of headlines, none of which can be taken very seriously. The crowd cheered Barack Obama rapturously, while reportedly booing George W. Bush, who did more for Africa than any other president. Show More Summary
ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE (AP) — A joint wave from the Air Force One, a shared dinner, and a long flight home. President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush shared quality time Tuesday as they returned from Nelson Mandela's memorial service in South Africa.
The man elected to end war and turn the page on George W. Bush instead expanded American militarism and persecution of dissidents.
ON BOARD AIR FORCE ONE (Reuters) - Members of a uniquely exclusive club had dinner together at a uniquely exclusive venue on Tuesday: President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, hosted former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, for a meal...
Jim Glass sent me this Brad DeLong post from June 2008: Unemployment Benefit Extension Blogging; Why Does George W. Bush Hate John McCain?. . . Calculated Risk writes: Calculated Risk: Unemployment Benefits Extended: An extension of unemployment benefits for 13 weeks was included in the war funding bill signed by President Bush today. This [...]
George Herbert Walker Bush posted his first tweet on Tuesday, becoming the third U.S. President — and the first Republican President — to join Twitter Bush Sr. seems to have beaten his son, George W. Bush, to the service. The secondShow More Summary
Last week, MacGillis argued that Obama’s presidency is far from finished. Douthat pushes back: Obama’s struggles have inspired comparisons to George W. Bush’s second term, and invocations of Hurricane Katrina and Iraq. But of courseShow More Summary
There was an embarrassing mix-up on “ICYMI” last night between Brooke Baldwin and Jake Tapper and ICN was watching. The two had taped a segment about Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush and Hillary Clinton traveling together on Air Force One to South Africa for Nelson Mandela‘s memorial. Show More Summary