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Reuters

President George W. Bush, asserting executive privilege, has rejected Congress' request for documents on FBI interviews with Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney from a probe to find who leaked the identity of CIA agent Valerie Plame Wilson.

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by - Mark Silva swamppolitics

Asked about Snow's "brand of conservativism,'' Cheney said: "I frankly agreed with him on nearly everything, and I'm generally viewed as pretty conservative.

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FOX News

Tony Snow, the former White House press secretary and conservative pundit who bedeviled the press corps and charmed millions as a FOX News television and radio host, died Saturday after a long bout with cancer. He was 53.

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The Existentialist Cowboy

The Chief Judge of the US District Court in California has ruled that President Bush is a felon. The ruling stems from the case of Al-Harmain Islamic Foundation Inc. v Bush, a case which will now be remembered as making it official that Bush's pr

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Counterpunch

One day after Bush signed the $1.6 billion Plan Mexico into law giving Mexican military and police US training, armament, and resources videos surfaced showing Mexican police undergoing torture training by a man from a US security company.

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AfterDowningStreet.org

Or maybe I should say our former nation's capital. I don't recognize the place anymore, and I credit that to George W. Bush's efforts to fulfill his grandfather's dream using far subtler and more effective means than a military coup.

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EricMargolis.com

Work will begin on the TAPI (pipeline) once Taliban forces are cleared from the pipeline route by US, Canadian and NATO forces. As American analyst Kevin Phillips writes, the US military and its allies have become an `energy protection force.’

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www.breitbart.com

Committee Chairman John Conyers of Michigan requested that Scott McClellan, Bush's spokesman from 2003-06, appear to give sworn testimony about the account in his book, "What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington's Culture

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NEWSWEEK - Michael Isikoff and Mark Hosenball

Defense Intelligence Agency was concerned that a key corroborating source for the claim that Iraq had developed mobile biological weapons labs "was being coached" by Ahmad Chalabi's controversial Iraqi exile group, the Iraqi National Co

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