When I see Barack Obama and George W. Bush laughing over drinks I think "Are they making fun of us?"
At Thursday's White House daily briefing, Press Secretary Jay Carney was asked if President Obama had any opinion of former President George W. Bush's artwork, which Bush is seen proudly displaying aboard Air Force One in an official White House photo. Carney replied that he "didn't hear him comment on that," but offered his own assessment.
Thirteen years ago today, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered a complex and controversial 7-2 decision that would make George W. Bush the 43rd president of the United States. The decision came 35 days after the undecided 2000 election. It began on election night, when the news media botched the election night calls. Show More Summary
Alabama kicker Cade Foster missed three field goals in his team's devastating 34-28 loss to Auburn in the Iron Bowl last month. After the game, Foster received death threats and briefly quit Twitter. But over the last few weeks he has gotten a flood of support, including from former president George W. Show More Summary
These socks pretty much outdid every other zany pair, but George H. W. Bush still donated them to a good cause. President Bush recently gave his red striped socks that featured his face on them to the Yarmouth Chamber of Commerce. The...Show More Summary
Alabama Crimson Tide kicker Cade Foster took the majority of the blame from fans after the then-No. 1 Tide’s BCS Championship hopes were dashed in a 34-28 loss to Auburn in the incredible Iron Bowl. Foster missed three field goals in...Show More Summary
George W. Bush wrote a pick-me-up note to Alabama kicker Cade Foster, who got death threats after he missed three field goals in that insane game against Auburn last month. Foster (#43) posted the letter to his Instagram account, from another sympathetic 43. (Early Lead) A judge is mad at Prime Minister David Cameron for […]
President George W. Bush wrote to University of Alabama kicker Cade Foster, offering some consoling words after the senior missed two field goals and had another blocked in the Iron Bowl against Auburn University.“Life has its setbacks. Show More Summary
Boy, that didn't take long, did it? The Washington Post announced Wednesday that MSNBC's Rachel Maddow would be writing a column for the paper once a month, and on Thursday, there was her first piece. Any guesses on the topic? Bashing George. W. Bush, of course. What would you expect from this unapologetic liberal shill? read more
For Cade Foster, the days following Alabama’s stunning Iron Bowl loss to Auburn were especially difficult. After missing three field-goal attempts in the loss, he received a number of death threats. It was a shocking example of what can happen in an era of instantaneous hyper-reaction and one very high-profile man, who, like Foster, happened […]
(CNN) – Cade Foster, the embattled kicker for the University of Alabama, posted online Wednesday night a photo of a letter he received from former President George W. Bush "Dear Cade (#43), Life has its setbacks. I know! However you will be a stronger human with time. I wish you all the best," the 43rd […]
John Michael Farren has had a career that most lawyers would envy. He is a former White House attorney advising George W. Bush and the former general counsel of Xerox. He is now however a criminal defendant with a bench warrant out for his arrest. Farren, 60, failed to show up for a trial on […]
Alabama kicker Cade Foster received a note of encouragement from former President George W. Bush after Foster missed three field goals in
George W. Bush has taken up painting since leaving the limelight, and even his former political rivals are impressed with his work. Bush showed off one of his paintings on a recent ride aboard Air Force One to a group that included former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
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 […]
(Reuters) - George H.W. Bush has joined Twitter and in his first tweet the former U.S. president said he wished he could have attended the memorial service for Nelson Mandela in South Africa.
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 [...]