[It's GOP slapping time.] While John McCain and others have deplored the Bush failures, what, exactly, did he do wrong? What were the policy blunders to which Republicans vehemently objected at the time?
How did we get from 400,000 down to 20,000? Where did they come up with 20,000? At the current rate, they can expect to receive 1092 applications in the next year. This is a three year program.
In an opinion issued Friday in a lawsuit filed by the National Security Archive, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Privacy Information Center, the U.S. District Court for the District of the Columbia ordered the Department of Just
This is an interesting 3 minute clip from a film that is banned by Youtube.com in the United States.
Oh, and as if this wasn't enough, Treasury has been encouraging the banks to merge with one another, ensuring that the only institutions left standing will be "too big to fail."
No matter who you are pulling for in this election, the popularity polls indicate that the vast majority of Americans are ready to see Bush pack up his things and get the hell out of the White House. While there is tons of anti-Bush paraphernalia out
George Bush, in power for 12 more weeks in which he can do pretty much whatever he likes. Not only will he never again have to face voters, he won't even have to worry about damaging the prospects of his own party and its standard bearer
The U.S. stock market has lost 1,417 points--a decline of nearly $3 trillion in value--since President Bush signed into law a $700-billion financial industry bailout bill supported by both R&D presidential candidates. (Scary GRAPH)
Pressly, who resembles conservative commentator Ann Coulter and has worked at the station since 2004, won a small role in the movie "W."
There was major political theater involving President Bush’s former chief of staff Karl Rove. A protestor tried to arrest Rove for treason Tuesday morning while he was speaking at the Mortgage Bankers Association Convention, continuing in San Francis
Oliver Stone's W. exceeded everyone's expectations. There was tremendous curiosity not just in Hollywood but also in political circles nationwide surrounding W. W. played "very old" with 70% of its audience over age 35, enabling it
On Sept. 23, the neo-conservative chiefs of the Washington Post’s editorial page mourned, in a tone much like what one hears on the death of a close friend, that “a military strike by the United States or Israel [on Iran is not] likely in the coming
A potentially explosive new court filing by the lawyers for Lakhdar Boumediene and five other Guantanamo detainees suggests that the Bush adminstration ordered the Bosnian government to arrest and hold the men after an exhaustive Bosnian investgation
``We're not going to use taxpayers' money to enrich financiers,'' Bush said today after lunching with local business leaders in Ada, Michigan, a suburb of Grand Rapids.
Tuesday October 14, 2008 - Ari Fleischer
The Bush administration issued a pair of secret memos to the CIA in 2003 and 2004 that explicitly endorsed the agency's use of interrogation techniques such as waterboarding against al-Qaeda suspects -- documents prompted by worries among intelli
Oct. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Most U.S. stocks fell a day after the market's biggest rally since the 1930s as a worsening outlook for earnings forced investors to look beyond a $2 trillion global push to rescue banks.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush emerged from a meeting with foreign financial officials on Saturday and pledged a global response to the credit crisis that will lead toward a "path of stability and long-term growth."
WhiteHouse.gov - Speech Text and VIDEO
In 2000, when Bill Clinton left office, the national debt was $5.7 trillion. Today, after seven years of George W. Bush, it is $9.6 trillion. Bush has almost doubled our national debt in eight short years.
Is Posse Comitatus Dead? We speak to Army Col. Michael Boatner, future operations division chief of USNORTHCOM, and Matthew Rothschild, editor of The Progressive magazine.
Federal judge ordered the Bush administration to release prisoners held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, ruling Tuesday that 17 Chinese Muslims must be brought to his courtroom by the end of the week so that they can be set free.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 8 (UPI) -- This is more than a global financial meltdown: Other major nations around the world this week are following U.S. President George W. Bush's lead in effectively dismantling the very structures of free-market capitalism.
Leahy was instrumental in getting Congress to repeal the "Insurrection Act Rider" in the '06 defense appropriations bill. That gave the President sweeping power to use military troops in ways contrary to the Insurrection Act and Posse C
A federal appeals court declined to order current and former White House aides to testify before a House committee about the firings of 9 US attorneys, leaving the next Congress to decide how aggressively to pursue the constitutional showdown.
The Delta Force team's initial plan was to come at him from the direction he'd least expect, climbing over the mountains at his back, but that plan wasn't approved by the higher-ups. [on 60 Minutes last night]
One day after Bush signed the $700 billion rescue package into law, he sought to assure the public the government would be careful in implementing the legislation aimed at easing a credit crisis that has created turbulence in global financial markets
The neo-con approach to the destruction of the federal government may have academic credentials and blessings. Yes, this is an artificially created virus intended to kill the patient-namely, our democracy and our formerly free and decent lives.
President Bush took to the podium again this morning in an attempt to salvage his endangered financial rescue package, warning lawmakers that the United States will face a "painful and lasting" economic downturn if they do not approve a bai