After the Alabama Probate Judges Association argued that Judge Callie V.S. Granade's ruling against Alabama's same-sex marriage ban applied only to the plaintiffs in the case not the entire state, Judge Granade, a George W. Bush appointee, today issued a...
"Did you know that Skull & Bones, which is a major fraternal organization run out of Yale University, which Poppa Bush - George Bush - were all part of and many who are now part of the 620 billionaires and global and world leaders -Show More Summary
Sen. Lamar Alexander, the new chairman of the Senate committee on education, walked into Congress this month with guns a-blazin’. Twelve years after the passage of George W. Bush’s signature education bill, No Child Left Behind, and eight years after that troubled law was supposed to be revised and updated, the Tennessee Republican says now…
One of the brilliant ideas of Revive NYSUT was the hashtag #CluelessCuomo. I guess name-calling feels good. Certainly there was an awful lot of it directed at President George W. Bush. He was a buffoon, a moron, and he would never accomplish anything. Show More Summary
Why George W. Bush Invaded Iraq
It’s been said by some that history will judge George Bush more kindly than his contemporaries did, and his time post-presidency has earned him more and more goodwill among Americans.
President Barack Obama may have reached a George H.W. Bush moment in his long-simmering confrontation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over Iran’s nuclear program. And Netanyahu may be facing his own moment of truth. With the White House’s unprecedented announcement that Obama will not meet with Netanyahu when the Israeli leader comes to Washington […]
The Hollywood Left is having fits over the success of American Sniper, the box office record-breaking bio-pic of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle directed by Clinton Eastwood that has garnered six Oscar nominations. As has been reported, there is a campaign … Continue reading ?
Stuart Kemp: [Economist Appoints Zanny Minton Beddoes Its First Female Editor](http://www.theguardian.com/media/2015/jan/22/economist-magazine-appoints-its-first-female-editor): "Zanny Minton Beddoes has been appointed editor of the Economist... Show More Summary
Former President George W. Bush's biography of his father, 41: A Portrait of My Father, reminds us of the many significant accomplishments of our 41st president, George H.W. Bush, during his one term, from 1989 to 1993. These were accomplishments...Show More Summary
Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, Under President George W. Bush, the White House urged reporters to withhold accounts about many of the most contentious aspects in the war on terrorism: the existence of a secret...Show More Summary
Now that Jeb Bush seems likely to run for president in 2016, inevitable comparisons will be made between his approach to education reform – a focus of his efforts both when he was governor of Florida from 1999-2007 and afterward — and that of his brother, George W. Bush, who made the No Child Left […]
Sue me, I love the State of the Union. Always have. I enjoyed it even when George W. Bush was president, and the record shows how I felt about the Bush administration. (I particularly liked Bush’s State of the Union in 2006 when he warned against creating “human-animal hybrids,” obviously to prevent a pig-man dystopia.) [...]
Delayed again. Until after the election. Very suspicious say those who fear a cover up of the decisions taken by Tony Blair's government which led the UK to join George W. Bush's invasion of Iraq. Nick Clegg - whose Liberal DemocratShow More Summary
The Bush administration's antigay actions propelled one woman into understanding herself. read more
Peter Baker, beat-sweetening for the NYTimes, on “The Bushes, as Distinct and Alike as Brothers Can Be”: … The two brothers spent their formative years growing up in Midland, Tex., but they experienced the most searing event of their childhood in different ways. When their sister Robin died of leukemia, Jeb was an infant, but [Read more...]
Some 13 years ago, shortly after President George W. Bush declared a war on terror, Monty Python’s Terry Jones asked: “How do you wage war on an abstract noun?” War on terror is an oxymoron. This war on terror was supposed to be a response to a barbaric act, but the first action taken was [...]
Washington Post: “While Obama has certainly been battered over his six years, he can at least say this: He’s in considerably better shape than his predecessor, George W. Bush, heading into the home stretch.” “While Obama’s and Bush’s numbers rivaled [...] The post Obama Avoids the Bush Trap appeared first on Political Wire.
I’ve been debating both on my radio show and on Fox News whether it’s appropriate to call it “Islamic terrorism”. President Obama avoids that phrase, as did, for the most part, George Bush before him. It can be inflammatory, and give the extremists an excuse to claim they’re in a religious war. Register for Liberaland [...]
It's time for President Obama to ready his veto pen. Obama has only vetoed two bills during his tenure. By contrast, George W. Bush vetoed 12, Bill Clinton vetoed 37, George H.W. Bush vetoed 44 and Ronald Reagan vetoed 78. Harry S. Truman vetoed 250! Things will look different by the end of Obama's term. Show More Summary