Former President George W. Bush actually had the gall to show up in New Orleans this week on the ten year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and do his best to try to revise history and the disastrous legacy of his administration and the mismanagement of the disaster. George W. Show More Summary
It was the most expensive natural disaster in US history, causing destruction along the Gulf coast from Florida to Texas. Bush has admitted that his administration’s response tarnished his legacy. “We were so fortunate to move here where we were embrace”, she said. Bush opened his remarks by commending the recovery of the school system
In the Los Angeles Times, Dexter Thomas warmly recalled hip-hop artist Kanye West dropping a rhetorical bomb on President George W. Bush ten years ago in a supposedly unifying fundraiser for Hurricane Katrina victims on NBC. It was headlined...Show More Summary
Former FEMA head Michael Brown remembers Hurricane Katrina ten years later, calling President George W. Bush’s decision to flyover New Orleans to view the...
Remember Michael Brown? The ex-FEMA director who George W. Bush said did a "heckuva job" during Hurricane Katrina? Well, he's tired of everyone blaming him for how the government responded to the natural disaster.
Asked if he had any plans to jump into the presidential race, Michael Dukakis said, "No tanks." Scott Walker said he would beat ISIS the same way he defeated organized labor in Wisconsin, which will work so long as ISIS sticks to its usual strategy of recall elections and patchouli-scented drum circles. Show More Summary
The president just couldn't help himself when the Warren Easton Charter High School started playing.
During his visit to New Orleans to mark 10th anniversary of Katrina.
Visiting a school that became a charter after Katrina, the former president praised the city for becoming “the beacon for school reform.”
MSNBC hosts on Friday jumped at the chance to bash former President George W. Bush over his handling of Hurricane Katrina on the 10th anniversary of the storm that ravaged the gulf coast. On NewsNation, host Tamron Hall proclaimed: “Many have said, including writer Douglas Brinkley and others, that this was the stain on his presidency that he could never recover from.”
"Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job." Those infamous words from President George W. Bush praising a key federal official in charge of Hurricane Katrina relief have never found much support in Louisiana. Just 10 days after Bush spoke,...Show More Summary
Former President George W. Bush showed off some serious dance moves during a stop in New Orleans to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. As you can see in the video above, Bush got down to some jazz music while in Louisiana. Show More Summary
George W. Bush returned to the scene of the crime Friday, speaking briefly at a high school that had been flooded during Hurricane Katrina 10 years ago. You will be astonished that his remarks were utterly devoid of self-reflection or regret. Show More Summary
EPA’S CREDIBILITY IN THE TOILET: Federal judge blocks EPA rule on jurisdiction over waterways. U.S. District judge Ralph Erickson (a George W. Bush appointee) has issued a preliminary injunction against implementation of the EPA’s new Clean Water Act rule that would extend the agency’s jurisdiction to virtually every waterway in the country. Judge Erickson concluded […]
NARRATIVE FAIL: Donna Brazile praises Bush’s Katrina response on flight with Obama. Donna Brazile, a prominent Democratic political operative, praised President George W. Bush’s response to Hurricane Katrina on Thursday, just hours before President Obama’s speech in New Orleans marking the storm’s 10th anniversary. Show More Summary
Bush said he was there to remind the country what strong leadership means.
Former U.S. President George W. Bush returned to New Orleans Friday for the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the disaster that killed more than 1,200 people with subsequent flooding and marked one of the lowest points of his presidency, at least domestically. He was slated to give remarks at...
A decade after the storm that irreparably damaged his presidency, Bush visits with one of the schools that was nearly wiped out in the tragedy.
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, Michael Brown — former FEMA head during President George W. Bush’s administration — is defending his actions during the disaster, saying the most he can be blamed for is “mishandling” press relations. Brown, who...
In the moments before he took the stage at NBCUniversal's "A Concert for Hurricane Relief" on Sept. 2, 2005, Kanye West looked calm. Up to that point, the charity telethon for Hurricane Katrina's victims had gone as well as could have been expected, considering that it had been slapped together in a matter of days. Show More Summary