The Indiana native was vice president from 1989 to 1993 under President George H.W. Bush.
This morning, the Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza covered the latest revelation involving John Lewis, the Georgia Democrat and civil-rights leader, who has publicly announced plans to boycott President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday. Show More Summary
The Kings scored on their first shot Monday, but Tampa Bay goalkeeper Ben Bishop wouldn’t be beaten again, making 31 saves as the Lightning won at Staples Center for the first time since George W. Bush left the White House. Here are some things we learned from the Kings’ 2-1 loss: The plug has...
DALLAS (The Borowitz Report)—Former President George W. Bush is eagerly counting down the days until he is no longer the worst President in U.S. history, Bush confirmed on Tuesday.
President-elect says Lewis did not attend George W. Bush's inauguration, either
The Congressman isn't being all that honest. The post John Lewis Skipped George W. Bush’s Inauguration, Too. Any Guess Why? appeared first on RedState.
Wall Street Journal op-ed: The Trump Cabinet’s Good Opening Week, by Peggy Noonan: Mr. Obama’s has not been a successful presidency. In foreign affairs his two terms, added to George W. Bush’s two terms, produced 16 years of unsuccess—an entire generation. Richard Haass, head of the Council on Foreign Relations,...
Barack Obama published the names of those who funded his inaugural events. So did George W. Bush. So did Bill Clinton. So did … It doesn’t matter. Making public the names behind the event is just a tradition, not a law. So Donald “Why...Show More Summary
Georgia representative and civil-rights leader John Lewis announced last week that he will boycott President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration on January 20. “I don’t see this president-elect as a legitimate president,” Lewis told MSNBC’s Chuck Todd. Show More Summary
Once a civil rights icon, now a democratic shill working energetically towards dividing America, Congressman John Lewis lied during a 'groundbreaking' Meet the Press interview on Sunday. He announced to a 'shocked' and dramatic Chuck...Show More Summary
When Mike Pence landed in Congress after the 2000 election, he was a conservative agitator who often bucked President George W. Bush's agenda. Seventeen years later, he's the vice president-elect … Click to Continue »
President-elect Donald Trump — who presumably missed decades of Saturday Night Live prior when Bill Clinton, George Bush (original recipe and 2.0), Ronald Reagan were all skewered quite harshly — has taken to Twitter to complain about the late-night comedy series, again. The soon to be 45th president wrote, "NBCNews ... More »
from the diaries Pelosi blames Bush for $9 trillion in debt added under Obama By Al Weaver • 1/13/17 12:07 PM House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi blamed former President George W. Bush and the Republicans on Friday for the more than $9 trillion that has been added to the national debt under President Obama’s watch. Show More Summary
Few people today think much about the George W. Bush Administration prior to 9/11. The collective memory of the early Bush presidency is mostly condensed to the Bush v. Gore Supreme Court decision, followed by not much of interest until the 9/11 attacks. But it’s important to recall that the Bush Administration floundered on foreign policy... Read more »
When he was first elected president, many observers, up to and including the Norwegian Nobel Committee, believed Barack Obama would represent a substantive departure from the foreign policy of his predecessor, George W. Bush. On the campaign trail, the then–senator from Illinois promised to bring the Iraq War to an end within 16 months. Show More Summary
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has a theory on who should shoulder the blame for over $9 trillion in debt the nation has amassed over the last eight years: former President George W. Bush. Social Security, Medicare, and ballooning costs for unfunded federal mandates were not singled out on Friday by Mrs. Pelosi during a [...]
It looks like A-list celebrity performers may not be the only ones skipping President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration. While several political figures, including George W. Bush and Hillary Clinton will be in attendance when Trump is...Show More Summary
JOHN LEWIS (D-GA) SAYS TRUMP IS NOT A ‘LEGITIMATE PRESIDENT:’ “Lewis questioned the validity of the previous Republican president, George W. Bush, on multiple occasions, as well. He told the Wall Street Journal ‘some of us think [Al Gore] won last time’ during an interview in 2001, and also supported the idea of impeaching Bush […]
David Kirk was a career Marine pilot with a top-secret security clearance and a record of flying classified missions. He was in the cockpit when President George W. Bush and Vice Presidents Dick Cheney and Joe Biden traveled around the nation's capital by helicopter. With credentials like that,...
"This is a more fundamental threat to human rights than George Bush..."