As part of his continuing quest to sell lawmakers and the American people on his stimulus plan, President Obama penned an op-ed for the Washington Pos...
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Even before President Bush left office, he and his loyal Bushies were hard at work shaping his legacy, comparing him to Abraham Lincoln and claiming h...
Iraqis have literally given former President Bush the boot.
A sofa-sized shoe monument was unveiled today in Tikrit - the hometown of the former Iraq...
Continuing presidential transition custom, Bush leaves private note for Obama in Oval Office. Tells him where to find WMD in Iraq.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates underwent surgery on his arm on Friday and expects to be back at work next week, the Pentagon said.
Surgeons repaired ...
The bone of Bush's legacy will be gnawed over by the dogs of history and eventually there'll be a judgment. Until then, the new adminstration should just let the contrails of the plane ride to Texas dissipate.
I am dancing with joy to see the transfer of power from a man who governed in secrecy and subterfuge to one who pledges in his Inaugural Address "to do his business in the light of day."
My young niece and nephew are becoming liars. They don't do it mean spiritedly, most of the time they are just trying to make a story better, or win a...
WASHINGTON — Wars. Recession. Bailouts. Debt. Gloom.
The unvarnished review of George W. Bush's presidency reveals a portrait of America he nev...
Due to an inept attempt to defuse the "miserable failure" Googlebomb, when Bush goes, the next US president (Obama) inherits the problem.
With the Bush presidency winding down, I have invited History to be a guest commentator today and respond for itself.
The one word Americans use most to describe President Bush is "incompetent." While no compliment, the word fails to convey the condemnation warranted by the last eight years.
Ironically, while Bush and Cheney were obsessing over al-Qaida, and searching under every rock in Afghanistan for Osama bin Laden, the real danger to America was at home -- on Wall Street.
Faced with a faltering economy and a precarious national security position, President George W. Bush made the best of a bad situation and sought to un...
Though President Bush adroitly ducked the projectile shoe, his legacy was most assuredly assassinated by a pair of oxfords.
As we saw on this past Sunday's iteration of Meet The Press, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has emerged as the foremost message force multiplier ...
It's understandable why Republicans are so desperate to rewrite Bush's crumbling history. After all, everyone likes a happy ending. Not to worry, though -- America got one.
Is there any intention of pursuing prosecution before or after January 20? Nadler has strongly condemned the idea of preemptive pardons, something incompatible with our democracy.
It seems Laura Bush is feeling pretty wounded these days about Dubya's legacy -- according, at least, to two current monumental gestures.
According to Bill Kristol, Bush has to win in Iraq to have any hopes of being judged successful. That gives him 38 days to become successful.
Bush's presidency may someday be seen in a milder light, because in the last two years of his administration, he was able to pull off an inconspicuous, but in many ways fundamental, change of course.
Operation Iraqi Freedom was never about liberating the people of Iraq but instead about liberating its assets for foreign exploitation.
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