George W Bush

George W. Bush's Chief Strategist Blasts Jeb Bush For For 'Kissing The Ring' Of Billionaires
Matthew Dowd, who was chief strategist for George W. Bush's 2004 campaign, on Sunday ripped Republican presidential hopefuls for lowering themselves to "kiss the ring" of billionaires like Las Vegas casino tycoon Sheldon Adelson. Read more...
With the military's overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood government of Mohammed Morsi in Egypt, the right-wing's best and brightest are having second thoughts about their support of the Bush Doctrine. Read more...
On April 25 - Thursday evening - American icon and humble hero George W Bush took one small step for man, one slip-and-fall for humanity - as he re-entered a spotlight until-recently blissful to have been abandoned by him, for the dedication of his presidential library. Put aside for the moment that having an actual structure that houses things you read dedicated to him is like honouring Chris Christie with a gluten-free restaurant or naming a Bar Mitzvah after Vladimir Zhirinovsky. Hell, I half expected him to don his trusty flight suit and declare "all major combat operations over in Iraq", you know, just for the memories. Read more...
Former British Prime Minister thinks George W Bush is a great guy--but does that make him a good leader? Read more...
A dying Iraq war veteran sends his last letter to Bush and Cheney. Read more...

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Obviously, George W. Bush has a lot of time on his hands these days. Apparently, he's using this time to explore his artistic sensibilities. Good for him. I find painting and creating art to be therapeutic and gratifying myself. While he was Read more...
Watch George W. Bush debate Al Gore and claim his tax plan was really great for the middle class and didn't give high-earning taxpayers a break. Then watch Mitt Romney say the very same thing. Indulge me here for a minute, because there are Read more...
At a time when politicians in both parties send signals that they favor extending the George W. Bush-era tax cuts for the wealthy, more than 30 progressive groups have launched 'Americans for Tax Fairness', a group dedicated to ending the Bush Read more...
Paul Krugman is doing the rounds on his book tour (I saw him here in Philadelphia Tuesday night—yeah, I'm a dork, I got him to autograph my copy) and here he is on Democracy Now! to pound the drum for government spending. Oddly enough, Read more...
The Love We Make -- Premiering this weekend on Showtime We all have our own personal stories on 9/11: where we were, what we saw, who we lost. The thing is, I don't know if I necessarily feel like sharing them, just because it's been ten Read more...