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The bill would require the administration to bring to Congress for review — but not approval — any agreement it reaches with Iraq on the future of U.S. forces there.
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- President Bush said Saturday morning he's confident that Congress will pass a bill aimed at protecting Americans' financial security "very soon."
This video shows President Bush introducing the Ownership Society on May 17, 2002 in front of an adoring crowd. Watch it with an open mind, and remember that a few of us saw the housing market headed for a terrible fall.
Of course they asked for the moon without any oversight or conditions,... then it's to the negotiation table where there are concessions for trillions of dollars they should never even have a chance of getting under any conditions!!!!!!
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is agreeing to demands from critics in both parties to limit the pay packages of Wall Street executives whose companies would benefit from the proposed bailout. (big f'ing deal... Nothing, Nada, Zip from taxpayers
"Until they're fighting over roadkill," Oliver emphasized. "Until roadkill is the prize for the strongest."
"My question is, if it’s so easy to just create this kind of “money” out of thin air, why only half a trillion? Hell, let’s fire up those printing presses! I say we should make it $100 trillion dollars (my finger raised to the corner of my mouth
Among Americans registered to vote, 19% approve of the way Bush is handling his job as president and 77% disapprove. When it comes to the way Bush is handling the economy, 18% of registered voters approve of the way Bush is handling the economy...
A federal judge ordered Dick Cheney to preserve a wide range of the records from his time as vice president. This is a setback for the Bush administration in promoting a narrow definition of materials that must be safeguarded under by the Presidentia
The legislative proposal - the centerpiece of what would be the most sweeping economic intervention by the government since the Great Depression - was sent by the White House overnight to lawmakers.
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and congressional leaders will work on legislation this weekend that would enable the federal government to buy hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of troubled loans.
"Our system of free enterprise rests on the conviction that the federal government should interfere in the marketplace only when necessary." (America: From Freedom to Fascism... it will be argued that today was the day)
Bush, Paulson outline powerful steps targeting troubled mortgage-related assets weighing down the finance industry. Plan could cost hundreds of billions.
"It's frustrating that the government can deliver $85 billion to bail out AIG, and they can't deliver ice in Texas," said Ben Smilowitz, executive director of the Disaster Accountability Project (DAP), a nonpartisan organization tha
"Last week we argued that, with the nationalization of Fannie and Freddie, comrades Bush, Paulson and Bernanke had started transforming the USA into the USSRA (United Socialist State Republic of America)
New Legal Challenge to Unconstitutional Domestic Spying
The authors of a US program designed to secure weapons of mass destruction in the former Soviet Union worry deteriorating relations between the US and Russia could undermine efforts to keep the weapons out of the hands of terrorists.
"You never know what your history is going to be like until long after you’re gone." —W.
"If the Americans are coming to sort it out with force, they would create more enemies. The Americans might have supersonic jets and we might have to fight with stones in our hands, but we will stand up."
Sept. 16 (Bloomberg) -- American International Group Inc., the biggest U.S. insurer by assets, may get an $85 billion bridge loan from the Federal Reserve (WTF? The Federal Reserve is proping up Insurance Companies now?)
One message includes bin Laden's denial of having anything to do with the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York City, Washington DC, and Pennsylvania."
With a nod from Cheney, Hayden walked through the program's vital mission. Gonzales said top lawyers at the NSA and Justice had green-lighted the program from the beginning. Now Attorney General John D. Ashcroft was in the hospital, and James B.
The Bush administration is pushing through a broad array of foreign weapons deals as it seeks to rearm Iraq and Afghanistan, contain North Korea and Iran, and solidify ties with onetime Russian allies.
Commenting on the Fannie and Freddie bail-out he said that he liked the plan [I'll bet] Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson had put in place, because "it lowers mortgage rates and helps support housing prices".
Yet, it is the 64-dollar question—whether or not there is evidence that Iran has resumed work on the weapons part of its nuclear program since the startling judgment of the National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) of November 2007 that it had stopped.
USAMRIID toxicologist says friend and colleague Bruce Ivins not guilty, roots of corruption deeper
The Justice Department has threatened to file criminal charges against a former top National Archives official if he testifies as a defense witness in a high-profile national security case.
“Borrowing from the Bush administration’s ‘preemptive war’ playbook, police agencies in the Twin Cities have made ‘preemptive strikes’ against organizations planning to protest at the Republican National Convention.”
Disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff was sentenced on Thursday to serve four more years in prison in a corruption scandal that rocked Washington's power elite and helped Republicans lose control of Congress.