"The Tillman Story" emerges as the summer's first true must-see film, required viewing for everyone, but especially audiences in Washington. Tillman's life and death had taken on a life of its own, its mythology increasingly at odds with the truth kn
Five years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, the federal official then in charge, FEMA director Mike Brown said there was a "disconnect" between what we were saying, and how bad things actually were.
7 years later, it will come as little surprise that things turned out to cost a bit more than expected in Iraq and didn't work out exactly as imagined. Though the March 2003 invasion quickly ousted Saddam, the rest of the Bush administration's ambiti
With the 2010 election season underway, Republicans are reportedly concerned about how the impending release of former President George W. Bush's memoir, Decision Points, may affect the party's success at the polls come November.
Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) couldn't find a straight answer to give Sunday when he was asked how Republican fiscal policies today differ from their policies during the Bush era.
Democrats are gleefully passing around a video clip of Rep. Pete Sessions' (R-Tex.) appearance on "Meet The Press" this Sunday, and for good reason. Pressed repeatedly by host David Gregory to explain exactly what the GOP would do to cut the deficit
A former Bush Justice Department official who approved brutal interrogation methods by the C.I.A. has told Congress that he never authorized several other rough tactics reportedly inflicted on terrorism suspects — including prolonged shackling to a c
Judge Andrew Napolitano said that President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should have been indicted for "torturing, for spying, for arresting without warrant."
In the documentary, Tillman's parents allege the government is still lying about what really happened the day Tillman died, and has used their son's death to further their pro-war agenda.
Wilkerson on Cheney Pt.3: Cheney wanted to use downing of a US plane as excuse to start a new cold war
The group's review, which examined Bush-era documentation, asserts that the administration violated laws set up in the wake of the Holocaust to prevent medical testing on prisoners of war. (Nazi doctors sometimes experimented on their prisoners.)
On May 17th, 2002 George W. Bush launched the Ownership Society, and hastened the destruction of homeownership in America for a generation. Watching this video in 2010 is painful and instructive because we know the result of this program.
The former director of a federal office in charge of helping shield government whistleblowers from unfair treatment, plans to plead guilty to withholding information from congress after he had his office computer files professionally deleted in 2006.
After the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti in January, President Obama asked former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush to lead the U.S. relief effort in that country. The two men viewed one of Haiti’s “massive tent cities” yesterday, in
Documents were released under a (FOIA) request into an organization called the Turkish American Cultural Alliance (TACA), an organization repeatedly named by Ms. Edmonds as being complicit in the crimes when she translated at the FBI.
Voice synthesis technology has come a long way. Now you can put words into George Bush's mouth and have him confess to anything. Technology provided by www.cereproc.com.Entered By: Trouser Chili
A 9/11 Reminder from a 2004 BuzzFlash Editorial: "Minutes of Silence That Should Live in Infamy: As Americans Leapt to Their Deaths from the Twin Towers, George W. Bush Sat Cluelessly in a Florida Classroom, Endangering the Lives of the Children Arou
But it was while serving as tech guru to Karl Rove that Connell developed his deepest and perhaps most problematic professional relationship. Recruited in the late ’80s, Connell became Rove’s most trusted cyberlieutenant: a Web wizard who could turn
Vice President Joe Biden belittled Dick Cheney's criticism of the Obama administration's commitment to fighting terrorism as either "misinformed or he is misinforming" and said Iraq wasn't worth "the horrible price" paid.
A series of 'secret' telephone calls between Jack Straw and Colin Powell in the months before the war against of Iraq became the focus of inquiry into Britain’s decision to join the American invasion. The former Foreign Secretary would check records
There is a billboard along I-35 near Wyoming, Minn., with a huge photo of former president George W. Bush and this question: "Miss Me Yet?"
President Barack Obama hosted a pair of Bushes this morning in the Oval Office: former President George H.W. Bush and his son, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
If a United States citizen was determined to have joined a foreign terrorist group, that person could be legally murdered under orders given by President George W. Bush after the 9/11 attacks. In spite of an administration change in Washington, D.
Sociopaths have always been with us. Without conscience themselves they lie without compunction, kill to achieve their ends. Now, we can identify all of them, those in government, in corporations, and those poised to destroy us personally.
The White House and two nonprofit groups announced a settlement Monday in a long-running lawsuit over more than 22 million e-mails that were missing during the Bush administration because of poor labeling and other technical problems.
The Obama admin asked an appeals court to dismiss a lawsuit accusing former Bush admin attorney John Yoo of authorizing the torture of a terrorism suspect, saying federal law does not allow damage claims against lawyers who advise the president on na
The Justice Department has concluded that there is insufficient evidence to bring criminal charges against former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales for allegedly misleading Congress about the Bush administration’s warrantless eavesdropping program.
Karen Kwiatkowski, Ph.D. a retired USAF lieutenant colonel, has written on defense issues with a libertarian perspective for MilitaryWeek.com, hosts the call-in radio show American Forum, and blogs occasionally for Huffingtonpost.com and Liberty and
An Italian judge on Wednesday began deliberating the fate of 26 Americans and seven Italians charged with kidnapping an Egyptian terror suspect in 2003, as the first trial in the world involving the CIA's extraordinary rendition program drew to a cl
Federal prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald famously declared in the Valerie Plame affair that "there is a cloud over the vice president." Last week's release of an FBI interview summary of Dick Cheney's answers in the criminal investigation underscores wh