In the year 2000, fresh out of college, I cast my second-ever presidential election vote for Ralph Nader. Later that night, I watched in horror as the contest between Al Gore and George W. Bush ended in an unprecedented electoral college toss-up, leading to a messy recount battle and the infamous Supreme Court decision Bush v. Show More Summary
Donald Trump is getting a lot of votes in the primaries. There is some debate as to whether or not he already has the most amount of votes of any GOP candidate in the primaries or if he is still behind George W. Bush from 2000. The data reported for GWB differs. Show More Summary
THE HILL: GOP Hispanic leaders open to reconciling with Trump. Alfonso Aguilar, a former White House official under President George W. Bush who now leads the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, said he’d be open to a conversation. Aguilar has criticized Trump in the past, but he praised the presumptive nominee’s decision to send a […]
Back in October, we told you about a gay Texas couple’s plans to open a clothing-optional retreat for men, just down the road from President George W. Bush’s ranch in Crawford. On Friday, Mark Mattlage and Rob Snowden (right) debuted The Homest… Read The post Gay Texas Couple Opens Clothing-Optional Retreat Near George W. Bush’s Ranch appeared first on Towleroad.
The grandson of one former president and nephew of another, he remains a rising star in America's largest conservative state and is keeping alive the possibility that a political dynasty declared dead by many when his dad flamed outShow More Summary
Back in 2013, George W. Bush took up painting, presumably as a way to distract himself from constant haunting thoughts about his disastrous two-term presidency. And three years later, he’s still at it, proving this is less of a hobby and more of a deep spiritual calling for him. But ... More »
Earlier this week, former President George W. Bush accepted an award from the World Congress of Families, a social conservative group that has played a leading role in fostering anti-gay movements and legislation abroad, including aShow More Summary
"This is not like holding the Miss Universe contest in Moscow"
When he’s not busy making terrible paintings of dogs, former leader of the free world George W. Bush has to find some other ways to fill his days—like keeping up a correspondence with the World Congress of Families, which opposes gay marriage, abortion, and pornography, and which the Southern Poverty Law Center calls a hate group. Read more...
Donald Trump revealed Wednesday he would consider nominating Texas judge Don Willett to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court. Willett is widely liked by conservatives, and was an adviser for George W. Bush. He was nominated to the Texas Supreme...Show More Summary
Mr. Bush sent letters of support to the network, which says it promotes the “natural family” based on heterosexual marriage.
Someone forgot what the “I” in CIA stands for, because this week the agency announced that it accidentally destroyed the 6,700-page report the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee compiled after George W. Bush’s administration was caught authorizing “enhanced...
This guest piece from Michael Cohan, author of American Maelstrom, is only available to Political Wire members. In 2004, as John Kerry was preparing to face off against President George W. Bush in that year’s presidential election, a senior White [...]
Last week was filled with record-breaking (and downright mysterious) art sales, news-worthy selfies, and the artist f.k.a. George W. Bush.
George W. Bush Wukovits 2000 Submitter: This book found in my local public library is a 2000 biography on George W. Bush. The last page of the bio states that Mr. Bush has just lost the Michigan primary to John McCain. So this book predates his win in the first election, 9/11, two wars, and his […]
The judicial confirmation rate under the Republican-controlled Senate is less than half of what it was when Democrats held power under George W. Bush. There are so few judges that its hurting the country.
“President Obama came into office seven years ago pledging to end the wars of his predecessor, George W. Bush. On May 6, with eight months left before he vacates the White House, Mr. Obama passed a somber, little-noticed milestone: He [...]
WASHINGTON — President Obama came into office seven years ago pledging to end the wars of his predecessor, George W. Bush. On May 6, with eight months left before he vacates the White House, Mr. Obama passed a somber, little-noticed milestone: He has now been at war longer than Mr. Show More Summary
Ralph Nader is an ass, yes. But he’s also a wrong ass. But in an interview with U.S. News, Nader expressed more positive thoughts about Trump's candidacy than Clinton's [...] “He's questioned the trade agreements. He's done some challenging of Wall Street – I don't know how authentic that is. Show More Summary