The lead attorney in the growing federal election conspiracy case tells The BRAD BLOG the loss of a key witness will not deter his pursuit of justice. DOJ ignored months-long effort to protect GOP 'IT guru' following threats from Karl Rove
[Bush protecting terrorists again.] Family members of the American victims made history by becoming the first and only group to successfully sue Libya in federal court found Libya responsible for the attack and awarded $6 billion
The White House issued a blistering 500-word response to a scathing 5,000-word article on the front page of New York Times that says President Bush and his style and philosophy of governing played a direct role in the mortgage meltdown
ISTANBUL (AFP) — The shoe maker had to take on 100 extra staff to cope with a surge in demand for his footwear. "Between the day of the incident and 1:00 pm today we have received orders totaling 370,000 pairs".
"I would be surprised if Cheney really wants to test the law," Dean said, "but he's getting out there pretty close to it. I think most of the people who might be involved are trying to stay below the cover and hope that the statute
You see, Mike Connell set-up the alternate email and communications system for the White House. He was responsible for creating the system that hosted the infamous GWB43.com accounts that Karl Rove and others used.
That's the message Vice President Dick Cheney appeared to send in a little-noticed court filing last week, in which his lawyers asserted that the vice president alone has the authority to determine which records are turned over to the National Ar
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson urged Congress to release the second half of the $700 billion financial rescue fund after exhausting the first $350 billion in less than three months.
Bush-bashers are unhappy the flying shoes didn’t land on the face they hated most. Had the swing hit the bull’s eye, they would have died laughing. Because the shoes missed Bush now they are just dying to crucify him some more.
"Governments that want to take over, undermine our liberties and gain more power always use the fear factor. They did this leading up to the war in Iraq, they do it on foreign policy, now they're doing it on monetary, economic and financial
[that didn't take long] Following in the footsteps of the Iraqi journalist who hurled his shoes at President Bush, anyone can take a virtual swipe at the US leader on the Internet thanks to a new game. "Sock and Awe" (www.sockandawe.com
Turley at first replied wryly, "It's an interesting question, isn't it? ... If someone commits a crime and everyone's around to see it and does nothing, is it still a crime?"
When reporter Helen Thomas pointed out that U.S. forces are actually “occupiers,” Perino bristled: PERINO: No, we’re not. We are absolutely a guest.
These foreign adventures always start out so wonderfully: We will be greeted as liberators, democracy will flourish, the West will be safer, and instead we end up ever more scorned.
During the rush to get the Nuremberg Tribunals underway, the Soviet delegation wanted the tribunal’s historic decisions to have legitimacy only for the Nazis. U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Robert Jackson, serving as the chief prosecutor
Immediately after a Iraqi reporter Muntazer al-Zaidi disrupted a Baghdad press conference by hurling both shoes at Bush, calling him a "dog" and denouncing him in the name of "the widows, the orphans and those who were killed in Iraq,*
"I feel a sense of obligation to my successor to make sure there is not a, you know, a huge economic crisis. Look, we're in a crisis now. I mean, this is -- we're in a huge recession, but I don't want to make it even worse."
"This is from the widows, the orphans and those who were killed in Iraq," LA Times Story - YouTube>
"I supported it," he said regarding the practice known as "water-boarding," a form of simulated drowning. After World War II, Japanese soldiers were tried and convicted of war crimes in US courts for water-boarding, a practice whi
Iraqi TV al-Sharqiya just reported on the news that AL-Zaidi is transferred to Camp Cropper prison, managed by the American forces. The TV Channel announced that Al-Zaidi is in a difficult condition, with broken ribs and signs of tortures
A day after an Iraqi television journalist threw his shoes at President George W. Bush, this act of defiance toward the American commander in chief reverberated throughout Iraq and across the Arab world.
The Bush Administration inserted an eleventh-hour provision into the $750 billion bailout bill to protect executive bonuses, a single sentence that will torpedo efforts to reduce bonuses even as companies slash tens of thousands of jobs and use taxpa
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - An Iraqi reporter called visiting U.S. President George W. Bush a "dog" in Arabic on Sunday and threw his shoes at him during a news conference in Baghdad. (Both Shoes!... and he still lives :)
BAGHDAD – A man threw his shoes at President George W. Bush and was dragged away by security officials during the president's farewell trip to Iraq.
US President George W. Bush's administration plans to sign a nuclear cooperation deal with the United Arab Emirates, the first such agreement with a Middle East country, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
Bush made the statement during a Monday interview on ABC's Nightline. When asked whether he thinks the Bible is literally true, he replied, "Probably not. No, I'm not a literalist, but I think you can learn a lot from it."
"I am not the same fucking person," he tells me. "I am not the same person. I don't know how to come home."
We haven't had an expansion in GDP over the last eight years. Congress and its organs of reporting economic "facts" have lied. We have in fact actually seen about a 10% contraction in real GDP from 2000 levels; the "expansion
The two-month deficit represents 88 percent of the entire fiscal 2008 deficit of 454.79 billion dollars, the highest on record.