[You] have no right to know how many billions of tax dollars they've spent with no legislative authorization in order to buy the cooperation of other nations and prevent American adults from gambling in the privacy of their own home.
April 20, 2004 Presdident Bush has a press conference informing the media and all the world that...
"I saw one fall and it was just so symmetrical, I said wait a minute I just saw that last week at the casino in Las Vegas and you see these implosions all the time and the next one fell and I said hell...
When our president breaks international laws by declaring war on sovereign nations, refuses to uphold the U.S. Constitution and works against the American people--he stands in violation of his oath of office. It's called treason!
Not content with spying on other countries, the NSA will now turn on the US's own government agencies thanks to a fresh directive from the President. Under the new guidelines, the NSA and other intelligence agencies can bore into the internet ne
The misnamed Protect America Act allows the US government to monitor telephone calls and other electronic communications of American citizens without a warrant. This clearly violates the Fourth Amendment....
Some Methodist ministers are making a final yet improbable attempt to stop George W. Bush's presidential library, museum and public policy institute from being built at Southern Methodist University.
[I will try to get something better than this AP crap tomorrow.] President Bush, standing before Congress one last time, urged the nation to persevere against gnawing fears of recession and stay patient with the long, grinding war in Iraq.
This was slipped under the radar, in which there was hardly any press coverage. This adminstration just amazes me. Iran can't develop it for peaceful purposes, but Turkey can. Didn't Turkey bomb northern Iraq, and troops entered Iraq? Ama
President Bush wants swift Congressional action on tax cuts to stimulate the economy and broader powers for the government to monitor the communications of suspected terrorists. (We are soooo screwed)
WASHINGTON (AP) - Congressional leaders announced a deal with the White House Thursday on an economic stimulus package that would give most tax filers refunds of $600 to $1,200, and more if they have children.
Cheney endorsed proposals to expand the scope of warrantless electronic surveillance, called for such programs to be made permanent, and advocated granting retroactive legal immunity to telecommunications service providers.
Dennis Kucinich caused a stink on the House of Representatives floor this morning during a speech where he announced he'll introduce articles of impeachment against President Bush on Monday, Jan. 28, the day Bush delivers his State of the Union s
The Saudi monarchy once depended on the U.S. to protect its reign and its oil from foes like Saddam Hussein. These days, President Bush needs the world's biggest exporter of crude more than it needs him. With oil at about $90 a barrel, the U.S. e
Arabia is the land of illusion and desert mirages. And as he jetted last week from kingdom to sheikdom, to be regaled with feasts and falcons, jewels and ornamental swords, George Bush might have imagined that all was well with his presidency.
This video gives you a good idea why some people might consider George W. Bush a Judas goat to the American people.
The arrest of a man named Steven Howards in June 2006 after he approached Vice President Dick Cheney at a Colorado ski resort and denounced the war in Iraq might have seemed no more than a blip on the vice president’s schedule.
Apparent gaps in White House e-mail archives coincide with dates in late 2003 and early 2004 when the administration was struggling to deal with the CIA leak investigation and the possibility of a congressional probe into Iraq intelligence failures.
Jenna Bush paid a secret diplomatic visit to Paraguayan President Nicanor Duarte and U.S. Ambassador James Cason. There were no press conferences, no public sightings and no official confirmation of her 10-day trip....
Things have gotten so tough here that even Halliburton’s CEO moved his headquarters to Dubai. The bad news for the Saudis is that Bush broke the United States—but they own it.
Currently Venezuela holds the Guinness World Record as the country with the happiest population in the world. This was announced by Food Minister Rafeal Oropeza when he showed an article from the Guinness Book of World Records 2008.
The Bush administration has notified the U.S. Congress that it intends to go ahead with a major sale of sensitive military technology to Saudi Arabia.
He will return, I expect, to his ranch, where he will be able to spend the rest of his life doing the only task for which he has shown any aptitude—cutting down brush with a chain saw.
A public holiday was declared for Monday for Bush's visit. Most Dubai residents learned about the holiday on local radio stations as they sat stuck in traffic caused by roads closed by security personnel.
(An oxymoron for this bunch) On Sunday, when President Bush delivers a speech trumpeting what he calls his "freedom agenda" from Abu Dhabi, absent from the presidential entourage will be many of the policy warriors who fought with the Stat
Would you support your child joining the U.S. military to be shipped over to Iraq if you knew his life was in danger because of fraud? Are you willing to sacrifice your child to a lie perpetrated by Bush, Cheney and company? Why have 3,900 of our ki
A federal judge refused on Wednesday to delve into the destruction of CIA interrogation videos, saying there was no evidence the Bush administration violated a court order and the Justice Department deserved time to conduct its own investigation.
Lights in the Old City of Jerusalem will be turned off before dawn this week so visiting US President George W. Bush can get a better view of the sun rising over its ancient walls. (It's good to be the king!)
All the major newspapers refused to print Wexler, Gutierrez, and Tammy Baldwin’s impeachment op-ed recently so it’s surprising to see The Washington Post finally allow an argument to be made for just that on their sacred pages: “Why I Believe Bush Mu
But at the White House and the Pentagon, officials see an opportunity in the changing power structure for the Americans to advocate for the expanded authority in Pakistan, a nuclear-armed country.