Ann Richards was the state treasurer of Texas when she delivered the keynote address at the 1988 Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia. Her claim-to-fame was this line about vice president George H.W. Bush, then running for president: "Poor George, he can't help it. Show More Summary
He was robbed. It was fifteen years ago tonight that then-Vice President Al Gore and then-Texas Governor George W. Bush met for their first debate on the campus of the...
This is the start of the season where left wing journalists try to make their bones by reporting or, in the case of George H. W. Bush and the supermarket scanner, creating out of whole cloth potentially campaign-ending verbal gaffes....Show More Summary
If you've missed the way George W. Bush pronounced the word nuclear, the front-runner for Speaker of the House of Representatives may just fill that void in your life. Uber-conservative House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) will almost certainly become the next speaker. Show More Summary
Brendan Nyhan thinks we spend too much time yakking about which candidates are "authentic" and which ones aren't. For example: George W. Bush and Al Gore were both born into powerful political families, but were perceived very differently. Show More Summary
DON’T KNOW MUCH ABOUT HISTORY: Bloom County cartoonist informed that George W. Bush was an actual fighter pilot.
Here's what Peter Wehner, who headed the White House Office of Strategic Initiatives under President George W. Bush, had to say about the Republican presidential contest as it currently stands: "This year is different, and what is happening now is leaving a searing impression," he said. Show More Summary
Former President George W. Bush took a small step into a more public role in his younger brother Jeb Bush's 2016 presidential campaign by sending out an email encouraging donors to contribute.
On June 26, 2000, presidential candidate George W. Bush shared his view of immigrants and Latino-Americans in a speech before the 71 st National Conference of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). "Latinos come to the U.S. Show More Summary
David Gregory, a renowned journalist and former host of the Sunday morning political news program "Meet the Press," was inspired to reconnect with his Jewish faith by former President George W. Bush, and he details that experience in his new book, "How's Your Faith? An Unlikely Spiritual Journey."
If Jeb Bush were Jeb Jones or Jeb Johnson, he might be a George Pataki or Jim Gilmore—an insignificant, if not irrelevant, former governor seeking the Republican nomination. But he’s a Bush—the third to run for president—and that comes with “free stuff”—the unearned advantage of dynastic ties that will always keep you from becoming Jeb Nobody. Show More Summary
In a talk with Neil DeGrasse Tyson at the Clinton Global Initiative, entrepreneur Richard Branson said George W. Bush will be remembered for his conservation, not for Iraq.
Billionaire investor Richard Rainwater, the son of a North Texas grocer who partnered with George W. Bush to buy a baseball team and led the acquisition of a major stake in the Walt Disney Co., has died at the age of 71.
Richard Rainwater, the Texas investor who helped the Bass family turn a $50 million oil inheritance into a reputed $5 billion fortune and became an investor with George W. Bush in the Texas Rangers baseball team, died Sept. 27 in Fort Worth. He was 71.Read full article >>
He helped then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush earn about $16 million through an investment in the Texas Rangers baseball team.
Mr. Rainwater made lucrative deals in real estate, entertainment and oil and was a family friend to the Bushes who helped George W. Bush make a modest fortune.
Quote of the Day I If it's not the crusades, it's the cartoons. -- George W. Bush explaining to Mark Steyn why he didn't worry much about the Muslim world's attitude towards the west Quote of the Day II I...
Carly Fiorina said that “she had plenty of job offers after being fired as the CEO of Hewlett Packard, including posts in the George W. Bush administration, but she decided against them,” Politico reports. Said Fiorina: “I didn’t want to [...]
George W. Bush is popular again. According to a new poll from CNN, the majority of Americans—52 percent—have a “favorable” view of Bush, versus 43 percent who still aren’t keen on the former president. And while he isn’t as popular as...Show More Summary
Conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt asked Jeb Bush a question at Wednesday night's Republican presidential debate about his brother George W.'s foreign policy advisers. After Bush's comments, Donald Trump jumped in: "Your brother and...Show More Summary