"I never said Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, never in my whole life," he said. "I challenge anyone in the world to get a piece of paper from me, anything with my signature, that proves I said there were weapons of mass destructi
President Bush makes his most controversial statements (VIDEO) about his critics and their understanding of the Constitution 15 minutes into this British interview. His statements concerning the Constitution must be seen to be believed.
He ate cake with John McCain while the people in and around NOLA died, begging for help. He is once again MIA in a time of crisis now. Is it that George W. Bush does not consider Iowa, Louisiana, Mississippi, and New York as part of the Union?
In a last ditch effort to capture Osama bin Laden before leaving office, President Bush has enlisted the help of British special forces. "If he [Bush] can say he has killed Saddam Hussein and captured Bin Laden, he can claim to have left the wor
It is Charles Goyette's last week on the radio. A listener dropped off an MP3 audio file of an archived 2005 show in which he spent an hour discussing the Iraq War and what led up to the invasion and occupation. It is Goyette at his finest.
SueAnn Arrigo offers a glimpse and at great personal risk. In August 2001,"The mood at the CIA and Pentagon was 'war is coming' because the Bush Family stands to make billions from it -- so get ready."
One key aide, former CIA Director and Medal of Freedom winner, George Tenet, can be forgiven for being somewhat apprehensive these days. For he has lied under oath regarding what Bush knew about the 9/11 attacks and how early Bush knew it.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Monday the importance of the US nuclear arsenal was likely to grow in importance in coming years as Russia moves to strengthen its nuclear forces. (Bush is taking us back to the Cold War,... Amazing)
Former White House spokesman Scott McClellan is agreeing to go where other former administration officials have feared to tread — before a congressional committee investigating his former boss’s misdeeds.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was in Saudi Arabia signing away an even more valuable gift: nuclear technology. In a ceremony little-noticed in this country, Ms. Rice volunteered the U.S. to assist Saudi Arabia in developing nuclear reactors....
He has held a variety of strategy and policy positions in government, including a stint on the National Security Council from 1984 to 1989. Before that he was a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee staff.
But the accord also threatens to provoke a political crisis in the US. President Bush wants to push it through by the end of next month so he can declare a military victory and claim his 2003 invasion has been vindicated.
For many months, the propaganda line that expolsively formed projectiles (EFPs) that could penetrated US armoured vehicles were coming straight from Iran has been embraced publicly by the entire George W. Bush adminstration.
Worse, it costs the U. S. three times to maintain a soldier in Afghanistan that it costs it to maintain a soldier in Iraq. Consequently, the U. S.'s maintaining a force of 400,000 in Afghanistan would cost us nearly ten times what we're spend
"Stop! Please. Get beneath the hype over former White House press secretary Scott McClellan’s book, What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington’s Culture of Deception. Don’t miss forest for trees."
Getting lost in the media furor over McClellan's memoir is the new autobiography of retired Lt. Gen Ricardo S. Sanchez, the onetime commander of US troops in Iraq, who is scathing in his assessment that the Bush adminstration
A Bush adminstration plan to issue new orders realigning the chain of command over US spy services has triggered turf-related skirmishes across the intelligence community. The changes could erode the CIA's standing as the
North Korea has not been linked to a terrorist attack in more than two decades, but it is still on the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism. Now, it may be on the verge of its coveted goal of getting removed — for reasons having little to do with
One of the pleasures of watching Scott McClellan is his sheer ordinariness. In the era of West Wing, the meritocracy, and the "overclass," McClellan is an ordinary Joe. He's pudgy and not all that smart. He's also genuine and honest
Asked about the book today, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) defended the administration's actions in the run-up to the war, suggesting there was no manipulation involved. McCain claimed "every intelligence agency in the world" thought Hussein h
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