Even more ironic is the fact that in the process of supposedly bringing freedom and democracy to Iraq, Bush has brought to the American people a regime of torture, snitches, military tribunals, warrantless searches, denial of due process, denial of t
A new article on CENTCOM commander Adm. William Fallon confirms his public statements ruling out war against Iran were not coordinated with the White House and landed him in trouble with President Bush and Vice President Cheney.
“With all do respect, Joe Wilson lied about his [intelligence gathering] trip to Africa,” Rove responded, drawing more boos. […]
A senior Iranian oil official said on Saturday he expected the oil price to fall ahead of November’s US presidential election, suggesting Washington would seek to push it down for political reasons. [funny how that happens]
It would later be revealed by the 9/11 commission into the September 11 attacks that more than 40 presidential briefings presented to Bush from January 2001 through to September 10, 2001, included references to bin Laden.
USAID officials said that a 41 percent surge in prices for wheat, corn, rice and other cereals over the past six months has generated a $120 million budget shortfall that will force the agency to reduce emergency operations. That deficit is projectedEntered By: Tom Westbrook
If that were to happen, it may well mean that the president and vice-president intend to take military action against Iran before the end of this year and don’t want a commander standing in their way.
BRATTLEBORO, Vt. - Voters in two Vermont towns approved measures Tuesday calling for the indictment of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney for what they consider violations of the Constitution.
The Bush administration is blocking an inquiry into the delay-plagued construction of the $736m US embassy in Baghdad. The chairman of the House oversight committee asked secretary of state Rice today to explain why her department certified
Given the manifest will of the people that this invasion from the south be halted and rolled back, the 2008 election is shaping up as yet further confirmation that American democracy is a fraud.
Despite a 2002 promise from President Bush to put citizenship applications for immigrant members of the military on a fast track, some are finding themselves waiting months, or even years, because of bureaucratic backlogs.
Feb. 21 - President Bush dances alongside President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf while visiting Liberia.
Several hundred protesters have attacked the US embassy in Serbia's capital in anger at Western support for Kosovo's independence. Protesters broke into the US compound in Belgrade and briefly set part of the embassy alight. Found an unidenti
The Bush administration is bracing for a diplomatic backlash after conceding it used British territory to transport suspected terrorists on secret rendition flights despite repeated earlier assurances the US had not. An "administrative error
Bush buried deep within the 2009 federal budget a provision to make the Justice Dept. the arbiter of disputes over the release of federal records. As the Justice Dept. already defends federal agencies that don't want to give up records, it now f
Gearge W. Bush's overall job approval rating has dropped to a new low in American Research Group polling as 78% of Americans say the national economy is getting worse....
MSNBC Keith Olbermann
Bush looking good handing out your labor in Africa for the pandering photojournalists. Sure beats dealing with the problems he created back home and abroad.
The former FBI translator turned whistle-blower tells a chilling story of corruption at Washington's highest levels – sale of nuclear secrets, shielding of terrorist suspects, illegal arms transfers, narcotics trafficking, money laundering, espio
The White House, the Pentagon, and NASA formally announced the plan to shoot down the satellite sometime in the next week by launching a missile interceptor from one of the Navy's Aegis cruisers.
Keith Olbermann sets his sites on Bush's fearmongering in the wake of the blowup over telecom immunity in his eavesdropping-on-Americans controversy.
On the day of the Roger Clemens, steroid use in baseball, congressional media bread & circus sideshow another hearing was occurring that the media completely ignored...on purpose.
The Bush administration’s latest move is to simply hide the data. Forbes has awarded EconomicIndicators.gov one of its “Best of the Web” awards.
And as amazing as it seems, the public has finally figured out that Bush's policies in the Mideast are a significant part of the reason why the dollar is collapsing and oil prices are soaring.
Today, District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly issued an order allowing Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) to conduct limited discovery in the case of CREW v. Office of Administration (OA).
While Bush’s chosen superlative for Cheney may be “best vice president” ever, history is likely to take another view. For instance, Cheney’s biographer Stephen Hayes describes him as “the most secretive” vice president in history.
Of course we all know that the United States Trade Representative made a deal with the European Union, Japan and Canada over America's ban on online gaming. What we didn't know were the terms of that deal. What concessions did the U.S. make
Buried on page A17 of Wednesday's Washington Post is a bit of a non-surprise: President George W. Bush has effectively killed a position monitoring compliance with government efforts to release documents.
The law Bush signed last year -- the Open Government Act of 2007 -- requires that government agencies released information Americans request within 20 days of face fines.
The centerpiece of the Bush legacy is a “war on terror” based on a vast disconnect between military expenditures and actual national security requirements that the presidential candidates all fully understand.