The White House reacted negatively today to scathing criticisms of President George W. Bush and members of his inner circle that appear in a new memoir written by Scott McClellan, the former White House press secretary who was forced out in 2006 afte
Every day brings another reason for George W. Bush to be impeached. We have a duty to act and we can make a difference. Explaining that his "loyalty to the truth" overrode his "loyalty to Bush," former White House spokesman Scott
“George Bush has gotten away with murder – thousands of murders,” Bugliosi says. “And no one is doing anything about it. The American people can’t let him do this.”
McClellan’s book offers another indication that George Bush used cocaine over a period of at least 20 years In his new tell-all book, “What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington’s Culture of Deception” (Public Affairs), former Bush
[We hope not.] John Bolton, the former US ambassador to the United Nations, faces a citizen's arrest when he addresses an audience at the Hay Festival in Wales this evening.
King George and the Manchurian Candidate visit Mesa Phoenix and the whole town comes out to greet them and tell them what a wonderful job they are doing with the unconstitutional War and genocide going on in Iraq. We appreciate the tripling of the pr
"The only way to lose this fight is to quit. That would be irresponsible," Cheney said. "More than that, quitting would be an act of betrayal and dishonor. And it's not going to happen on our watch."
Radar magazine has a detailed discussion of some of the nefarious Continuency of Government programs that have been created and expanded post-9/11. The issues of privacy and civil liberties erosion are never more germane.
When host Whoopi Goldberg raised the issue of George W. Bush's comparing anyone who wants to talk to Iran or Syria with the appeasers of Nazi Germany on Monday's edition of ABC's The View, the panel erupted into furious debate.
Nothing could have underscored this point more emphatically than George W. Bush's Knesset speech – a peroration that surely indicates Bush missed his true calling and somehow wound up as the president of the wrong country.
Your family did not stop with supporting fascists and Nazis abroad, did they Mr. Bush? Surely you must know of your grandfather's role in the treasonous plot of 1933 to overthrow democracy in America? Let me remind you.
"...nobody thought a president would ever seriously mention in public ... how he expressed his empathy with the families of the dead in Iraq by giving up golf."
Even after Bush admitted on September 17, 2003, that he had “no evidence” that Saddam Hussein was involved with 9/11, he audaciously continued, in the months and years that followed, to clearly suggest, that Hussein was involved in 9/11.
18 American war veterans kill themselves every day. 1000 former soldiers receiving care from the Department of Veterans Affairs attempt suicide every month. More veterans are committing suicide than are dying in combat overseas.
"Never in American history has a federal court ordered an executive branch official to testify before Congress," lawyers for the White House wrote. [Accountable to no one but the President. Keep those paychecks acomin'.]
FBI agents investigating government watchdog Scott Bloch have subpoenaed any records that would reveal whether concerns about the 2004 elections prompted him to clear Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice of ethics violations.
The U.S. Office of Special Counsel Scott Bloch -- whose home and office were recently raided by the FBI --last year shut down a previously undisclosed investigation into the federal prosecution of former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff was subpoenaed on Wednesday to testify in a congressional probe of the administration's treatment and possible torture of enemy combatants.
The White House does not have archival copies of e-mails exchanged between administration officials during the weeks leading up to President Bush's decision to invade Iraq nor for the first two months of the war there, according to a just-release
Back in late 2006, it was widely reported in the Latin American media that President Bush, or perhaps his old man, had bought a 100,000-acre farm in a remote area of Paraguay. What struck people at the time was the choice of country. Paraguay, of
Former Army Sgt. Sam Provance was the only uniformed military intelligence officer at Abu Ghraib who broke the code of silence surrounding the infamous prisoner abuses.
What struck people at the time was the choice of country. Paraguay, of course, has gained a certain Club Med status among the world's villains and criminal elements as the place to go when the law's on your tail.
The House Judiciary Committee threatened Thursday to subpoena former White House adviser Karl Rove if he does not agree by May 12 to testify about former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman's corruption case.
The mother of Pat Tillman is speaking out about her son’s death in her first television interview, to be broadcast this Sunday on 60 Minutes. Video from CBS’s Early Show, broadcast May 2, 2008.
"No president has ever had a higher disapproval rating in any CNN or Gallup poll; in fact, this is the first time that any president's disapproval rating has cracked the 70 percent mark," said CNN Polling Director Keating Holland.
So "Bannergate" was born -- along with the image of the president spiking the ball on the five-yard line before scoring a real touchdown. "He blamed the sailors for something that his advance team staged," said General Wesley Clar
The White House said President Bush has paid a price for the "Mission Accomplished" banner that was flown in triumph five years ago but later became a symbol of US misjudgments and mistakes in the long and costly war in Iraq.
The Scottish-born Ferguson found middle ground between the tepid impersonations of last year's entertainer, Rich Little, and the merciless satire that Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert delivered in 2006. (Ferguson wanted to keep his job)
The IAEA said it received US information claiming the facility destroyed by Israel in Syria last September was a nuclear reactor, and noted it "will investigate the veracity of the information. Syria has an obligation to report construction of a
The previous record of 67% was reached by Harry Truman in January 1952, when the United States was enmeshed in the Korean War.