The conventional wisdom shows Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul strongly competing for the Republican presidential nomination. But a close analysis of the latest Quinnipiac University National Poll indicates
Gary Younge, The Guardian: A couple of weeks ago, the Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush was asked in an interview with Fox News whether, knowing what he knows now, he would have invaded Iraq. It's the kind of predictable question for which most people assumed he would have a coherent answer. Show More Summary
Busy, busy, busy. Ron Green at the Associated Press has taken a look at all the corporate and non-profit boards and advisory boards Jeb Bush has served on since he left the Florida governorship in 2007. Bush has been shedding these posts since late last year in preparation for a presidential run. Show More Summary
Jeb Bush Jeb Bush, facing a stiffer challenge than he may have expected in the Republican presidential primary, is seeking to cast himself as a resolute leader with strong convictions... unlike all those other flip-floppers in the race. Show More Summary
During his transition from Florida governor to likely presidential candidate, Jeb Bush served on the boards or as an adviser to at least 15 companies and nonprofits, a dizzying array of corporate connections that earned him millionsShow More Summary
Got to think there’s going to be something interesting once we delve into this: During his transition from Florida governor to likely presidential candidate, Jeb Bush served on the boards of or as an adviser to at least 15 companies and nonprofits, a dizzying array of corporate connections that earned him millions of dollars […]
Scott Walker's rapid ascent into the top tier of 2016 Republican presidential contenders may have come as something of a surprise to those who didn't know much about him. After all, the Wisconsin governor doesn't enjoy Jeb Bush's instant...Show More Summary
It may seem like the big news of the 2016 election season is that a new denier is entering the presidential race or quasi-campaigning every week. From Jeb Bush to Rand Paul, Ted Cruz to Marco Rubio, or Fiorina to Huckabee and Carson, you've got deniers for every day of the week. Show More Summary
As the first days of summer draws closer, book recommendations are in high demand. So at a question-and-answer session here, Jeb Bush was asked for his, which weren’t quite the beach-read variety.
LANSING, Mich. -- If a former two-term governor wanted to remind voters that he led the response to eight hurricanes, four tropical storms and an anthrax outbreak, where might he visit? For Jeb Bush, it was a factory that makes an anthrax vaccine. The former Florida governor kicked off a two-day visit to Michigan on […]
LANSING, Mich. -- Looking for a good summer read? Jeb Bush has some suggestions. Visiting a bioscience company here Thursday, the presumed presidential candidate was asked if he could recommend any good books. He named a few. "I’m actually reading Paul’s letters right now, which I haven’t read in awhile," he said, referencing biblical passages. […]
A BuzzFeed expose revealed that as a sophomore in prep school, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush was a declared socialist! But maybe it was a joke! No one knows anymore!
"If we’re going to bend with the wind, then it’ll be hard to imagine how we solve our problems.”
Jeb Bush says of climate change, "I don’t think the science is clear what percentage is man-made and what percentage is natural. It’s convoluted." Actually, it’s pretty easy to understand scientists’ best estimate of what fraction of recent warming is man-made — all of it! The post Sorry, Jeb, Scientists Know Humans Caused All Our Recent Warming appeared first on ThinkProgress.
(John Hinderaker) The Washington Post’s fact checker, Glenn Kessler, undertook yesterday to assess the truth or falsity of these remarks by Jeb Bush about ISIS: ISIS didn’t exist when my brother was president. Al Qaeda in Iraq was wiped out when my brother was president. Show More Summary
As the new presidential campaign season starts, most Republican candidates are competing to show off who can sound the most belligerent, with many echoing George W. Bush. Brother Jeb stumbled over his own tough-guy message, as William Blum wrote at Anti-Empire Report. By William Blum Jeb Bush has gotten himself into trouble because, like all…
We could all use more “Florida Man” with his crazy antics in our lives, and fortunately we have two of them running for president. Marco Rubio has officially declared his candidacy, and Jeb Bush is expected to officially throw his hat...Show More Summary
The GOP field is beginning to look like that ship cabin in “A Night at the Opera” — crowded and verging on chaotic. It may eventually include former Florida governor Jeb Bush, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, former Texas governor Rick Perry, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, former New York governor George […]
... is the cliché for the Republican field, and it happens to be true. Consider the new Quinnipiac poll : Leading the pack with 10 percent each are former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, U.S. Sen. Show More Summary
Jeb Bush has promised us a presidential campaign premised on the idea that he can become the GOP nominee by speaking directly to the general election electorate — which is to say, by delivering a stiff dose of realism to GOP primary voters, rather than pandering to them. Exhibit A: Immigration, where Bush has argued, […]