We need to answer this question to clear up the confusion generated by victorious socialist Democrats now publicly perceived as intoxicated by their newly found power, whether or not to hang Bush and Cheney for “war crimes”, real or imagined!
Rove has previously refused to appear in response to a Judiciary Committee subpoena, claiming that even former presidential advisers cannot be compelled to testify before Congress. (Bush was supportive of this position, what about Obama? Bets? :)
(A little late, don't you think?!!! - And what if Obama continues the wars?)
With a mere 64 minutes left in its last full day in office, the Bush adminstration asked a federal judge to stay enforcement of a ruling that would keep alive a lawsuit which tests whether the president can bypass the Congress and eavesdrop
A federal judge yesterday rejected the claim by a coalition of historians and nonprofit groups that Vice President Cheney intended to illegally discard some of his official records, and instead accepted the pledge of a senior White House aide that ke
Bush's decision to commute the sentences of Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean, who tried to cover up the shooting, was welcomed by both Republican and Democratic members of Congress. They had long argued that the agents were merely doing their jobs,
The decision to commute the sentences of Ramos and Compean, who tried to cover up the shooting, was welcomed by members of Congress who had long argued that the agents were merely doing their jobs.
"Saturday Night Live" opened with Diane Sawyer interviewing outgoing VP Dicky Cheney. No matter what he's asked, Cheney regrets nothing.
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WASHINGTON (AP) - The incoming Obama administration should launch a criminal investigation of Bush administration officials to see whether they broke the law in the name of national security, a House Democratic report said Tuesday.
25. "I'll be long gone before some smart person ever figures out what happened inside this Oval Office."—Washington, D.C., May 12, 2008
Bush is making it sound as if it is imperative that the remaining TARP funds be released, which is justifiable only if there is some disaster in the making that needs to be averted between now and January 20. The only candidate that might fit that de
The parents of two detainees who committed suicide while held at Guantanamo Bay have filed a wrongful death suit against former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, as well as more than 100 military officers and personnel, alleging that Gitmo’s brutal
In these final days of the Bush administration, we find our last chance to recycle some oldies but goodies.
"Things didn't go according to plan, let's put it that way," Bush said with a smile, then a grimace.
[Sweet use of our tax money...get back to work Serfs.] President George W. Bush took his last official Air Force One flight on Saturday to Virginia for a ceremony to place a warship named after his father into active duty.
The former Los Angeles County district attorney who put Charles Manson and his followers behind bars for life is not finished with outgoing President George W. Bush. Indeed—rough though the road may be—Vincent Bugliosi sees the upcoming post-Bush per
The $493,000 set was inspired by a few pieces of green basketweave-patterned French china in the White House collection believed to have come from James and Dolley Madison. It was paid for by a privately funded trust of the White House Historical Ass
[wayback machine] You haven't heard George Bush speak like this in a long time [like right after he was elected].
I did not expect a plan of such evil genius. Imagine how foolish and naive humans must be to accept your "fix"! My mind boggles at the ease with which you have conned the gullible gallery of idiots in Congress and the mainstream media:
President George W. Bush will leave behind a legacy of Bushisms, the label stamped on the commander in chief's original speaking style. Some of the president's more notable malaprops and mangled statements:
Cheney referenced Abraham Lincoln as an example of another president who "suspended the writ of habeus corpus" during a war, prompting this exchange: SCHIEFFER: But nobody thinks that was legal.
Asked in a broadcast interview about Jeb Bush's consideration of the Senate seat, Bush 41 said: "I'd like to see him run. I'd like to see him be president someday."
"What is it that I did that is so fundamentally wrong, that deserves this kind of response to my service?" Former Attorney General Anthony Gonzales said. "For some reason, I am portrayed as the one who is evil in formulating policies t
The threat of 9/11 ignored. The threat of Iraq hyped and manipulated. Guantánamo and Abu Ghraib. Hurricane Katrina. The shredding of civil liberties. The rise of Iran. Global warming. Economic disaster. How did one two-term presidency go so wrong?
YouTube Videos of interviews with Plame, Wilson and others
The pardons President George W. Bush granted this week couldn't have been better Christmas gifts if Santa himself had delivered them. But a Brooklyn, N.Y., man, Isaac Robert Toussie, received the legal equivalent of a lump of coal.
Members of the Jewish community, who adorned his father's funeral with blue and white flowers symbolic of the Israeli flag, filled in details. His obituary in The Miami Herald read, "Charles Winters, 71, aided birth of Israel."
This list is a subset of the list of people pardoned or clemenced by a United States president. The order in the list of pardons is alphabetical, the year is the date of conviction. Commutations are shown in the order granted.
The Republican consultant accused of involvement in alleged vote-rigging in Ohio in 2004 was warned that his plane might be sabotaged before his death in a crash Friday night, according to a Cleveland CBS affiliate.