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Why Trump should release his tax returns

Yesterday, former IRS Commissioner Fred Goldberg (who held top tax positions in the administrations of both Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush)

SHALOM, Y’ALL! Israel and Texas: A Growing Alliance, says Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush. …

SHALOM, Y’ALL! Israel and Texas: A Growing Alliance, says Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush. Well, I’m rather fond of both places. Read the whole thing.

‘Southside with You’ is, Surprisingly, More than Just the Obamas’ ‘Before Sunrise’

Less than a month before Barack Obama was elected to take George W. Bush’s place in the White House, a feature film about the departing president was released to theaters. It was called W., a serious biopic that somewhat humanized the 43rd President (mostly via his lifelong attempts to satisfy his father), but mostly served […]

Should Questions About Hillary Clinton’s Health Be Off Limits?

Should we not have questions about the health of a presidential candidate along with their fitness to serve? Liberals were very concerned about George Bush’s past alcoholism. With whether John

CNN: Obama Visits Baton Rouge After Being Criticized that He was Late in Responding

CNN’s headline read, “Obama tours Louisiana amid criticism that he’s late,” but failed to recognize that Obama took at least 10 days to visit Baton Rouge, when it only took George W. Bush three days to visit New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Trump was there and handed out donations before Obama, as well. As for Hillary […]

Bush Saw Gorbachev as Partner in Running World Before 1991 Coup

Former US President George H.W. Bush saw Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev as his partner in managing the world before the unsuccessful 1991 military coup in Moscow, analysts told Sputnik.

In a Major Reversal, Labor Board Says Graduate Student Workers at Private Colleges Can Unionize

Reversing a landmark ruling from the George W. Bush era, the National Labor Relations Board ruled today that graduate students who work as teaching and research assistants at private universities have the right to form labor unions. "This...Show More Summary

This November, Beware of Florida's Efforts to Suppress Your Vote

Cartoon credit: DonkeyHotey via Flickr Creative Commons. By Thomas Kennedy Back in 2000, George W. Bush won Florida by a mere 537 votes, propelling him to victory over Al Gore and effectively making him the 43rd president of the United States. Show More Summary

Another Bush-Era Staffer Endorses Hillary Clinton

James Glassman, the former under secretary of state for public diplomacy to President George W. Bush, has joined the group of former Bush staffers and other GOP figures supporting the presidential nominee from the opposing party. Hillary...Show More Summary

Presidential golf: Scandal for thee, but not for me

One of the most exhausting things about politics is a mindset that says “scandal for thee, but not for me.” Consider the perennial (alleged) scandal of presidential golf. When George W. Bush was commander in chief, he played a lot of golf, and his critics were outraged — or at least pretended to...

The Fog of Unknowing

Between the end of the administration of George W. Bush and the candidacy of Donald Trump, we have allowed ourselves to think too little about the role of ignorance in American political life. Already, the most infamous comment on varying...Show More Summary

It Took Over 10 Days for Obama to Visit Flooded Baton Rouge, but It Only Took George W. Bush Within 4 Days to Visit Katrina Victims

The liberal media is at it again. George W. Bush was heavily criticized for visiting the Hurricane Katrina-hit areas in New Orleans, Louisiana four days after the hurricane tore through the city, but Obama has yet to visit Baton Rouge, Louisiana after 10 days. Instead, Obama will be visiting Baton Rouge on Tuesday, August 23rd, […]

Liberal Media Bias: Comparison of Criticism of George W. Bush vs. Barack Obama

Here’s what a 2008 USA Today column said about George W. Bush’s response to Hurricane Katrina: President Bush has shown that he can be empathetic, sensitive and decisive. But those qualities eluded him for days after Hurricane Katrina, and the lapse could become a defining moment of his White House tenure. The most stirring image […]

The Hill, Fox News Critical of Liberal Media Bias on George Bush-Katrina vs. Obama-Baton Rouge Narratives

A column in The Hill blasted the liberal media for overlooking George W. Bush’s smaller delay to visit the disaster-ridden area of New Orleans post-Hurricane Katrina: A very simple question, if George W. Bush was president right now and playing golf with celebrities in one of the richest zip codes in the country, would the […]

Presidential Plagiarism

Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto, a man who makes George W. Bush seem like a complete genius by comparison, plagiarized at least 28 percent of his legal thesis on Alvaro Obregon from at least ten authors, including my old professor of Mexican history, Linda Hall, who wrote the first important North American biography of the […]

Just Cruel: Right-Wing Judge Targets Protections for Transgender Children

The George W. Bush appointee filed a hateful injunction. Just as students across the United States head back to school, a federal judge on Sunday filed a preliminary injunction against Obama administration guidelines that are aimed at allowing transgender children and teenagers to use the same restrooms as their peers. Show More Summary

Judge's Hateful Back-To-School Injunction Targets Transgender Children

George W. Bush appointee is attempting to block federal protections of transgender students. Just as students across the United States head back to school, a federal judge on Sunday filed a preliminary injunction against Obama administration...Show More Summary

John Travolta Turned Down Oscar-Winning Role, May Play George W. Bush In Next ‘American Crime Story,’ Accused Of Being A Sexual Predator

John Travolta, the American actor, singer, and dancer, has come a long way since making his debut in Welcome Back, Kotter, the 1975 television series in which he played the role of heartthrob Vinnie Barbarino. Later, the Face/Off actor went on to achieve even more success after he won major roles in movies like Saturday... Show More Summary

John Oliver Breaks Down the Shocking Mismanagement of America's Charter Schools

2 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

Most people agree that charter schools are good. Even politicians. George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and, yes, Donald Trump have spoken in support of the publicly funded, privately operated educational institutions. Because both Democrats and Republicans support charter schools, charter schools get a lot of government money. Show More Summary

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