By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican Jeb Bush planned to release 33 years of tax records on Tuesday in what was believed to be the most ever made public by a presidential candidate. Bush, a former Florida governor, is attempting...Show More Summary
Jeb Bush is telling Republicans to nominate him for president because his track record in guiding the Florida economy shows he can revive the U.S. economy. Rick Perry offers the same rationale,... To view the full story, click the title link.
On a scale of one to potato, exactly how stupid is Jeb Bush? All, yes, eleven, and yams. After ever so timidly suggesting South Carolina might perhaps consider removing the Confederate flag from its state capitol grounds, the way Bush...Show More Summary
Former Florida governor Jeb Bush plans to release 33 years of tax returns on Tuesday, according to campaign aides familiar with his plans. The documents will be released on Bush's campaign Web site and with their release, Bush will have published more personal tax information than any presidential candidate ever of either party. In 1996, […]
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush plans Tuesday to release 33 years of his personal income tax returns, including before and after his two terms as Florida governor. Campaign spokeswoman Allie Brandenburger says Bush's decision "is consistent with the high level of disclosure he has practiced during his life in public office."
Jeb Bush “is planning to release 33 years of tax returns Tuesday – the most ever by U.S. presidential candidate,” the Wall Street Journal reports. “The decision to release more than three decades of financial information comes as Mr. Bush [...]
Republican Jeb Bush is planning to release 33 years of tax returns Tuesday – the most ever by U.S. presidential candidate.
He'll set a record for transparency
After resisting calls to remove the Confederate flag from the grounds of the state Capitol following the shooting in Charleston, last week South Carolina lawmakers said the "sign of hate" should come down. Over the next few days various retailers and state governments declared that they would ban the symbol... More »
Running for the White House, Jeb Bush portrays himself as a man who has "worked his tail off" to get ahead in life. But in his business dealings—which involved such diverse fields as real estate, credit card services, and water pumps—the candidate seemed to benefit from his father's...
Jeb Bush is telling Americans about his business acumen. But he's leaving out the part where five of Bush's business associates have been convicted of crimes. Read the rest
Jeb Bush has now told the entire south that he doesn’t want their vote by claiming that the Confederate flag and all who support it are racist. Bush made his comments on Monday at a campaign stop in South Carolina. He told the mediaShow More Summary
Jeb Bush made a low-key visit to Charleston, S.C., on Monday for a closed-door meeting with local pastors about the killing of nine African-Americans at a historic church there nearly two weeks ago.
The Washington Post described many of Jeb Bush’s past business dealings in an article entitled, Jeb Bush dogged by decades of questions about business deals In early 1989, seven weeks after his father moved into the White House, Jeb Bush took a trip to Nigeria. Nearly 100,000 Nigerians turned out to see him over four [...]Show More Summary
Jeb Bush on Monday called the Confederate battle flag a "racist" symbol on a campaign stop in South Carolina, reflecting the new Republican normal in a Southern primary state vastly altered by the racially motivated killings in Charleston.
"Kids in this country are aimlessly wandering around in their lives because they've never been told they were capable of learning," Jeb Bush said. "You see what happens in Baltimore and Ferguson." The post Jeb Bush Says Baltimore And Ferguson Protests Caused By Lack Of ‘Mentoring’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Jeb Bush has now told the entire south that he doesn’t want their vote by claiming that the Confederate flag and all who support it are racists. Bush just made
The Confederate flag is a “racist” symbol, Jeb Bush said Monday during his first visit to South Carolina since a deadly church shooting here. Bush, a former two-term Florida governor, explained that in 2001, “I decided to do something...Show More Summary
Bush recalls removing Confederate flag from Florida Capitol WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush wants voters to know he's on the side of those calling for the Confederate flag to come down from public places.
Jeb Bush thinks Donald Trump will survive financially after getting fired by NBC.