Many observers, including author Roger Stone in his LRC podcast interview with Lew Rockwell today, believe that James Brady was the unfortunate collateral damage of the Bush-engineered assassination attempt on the life of Ronald Reagan.
Many, including author Roger Stone in his LRC podcast interview with Lew Rockwell today, believe that James Brady was the unfortunate collateral damage of the Bush-engineered assassination attempt on the life of Ronald Reagan.
When Bush was inaugurated president of the USs on 1/20/01, the unemployment rate stood at 2.4%. By the time Dubya completed his 2nd term in office on 1/19/09, the unemployment rate had risen to 7%. When Dubya took office in 2001, the budget surplus w
World Cup deals mean consumers can drink more than recommended daily amount for less than £1
AAA Mid-Atlantic says the civil war in Iraq is pushing up gasoline prices in the United States. [The Bush Legacy still haunts us.]
Why oh why is Iraq War Architect Dick Cheney still given a deferential platform by the major broadcast networks? Must be because the tilt of his lips when he talks makes for good TV, or because they hope they can get answers to really probing questio
Republican Sen. Rand Paul is "basically an isolationist," according to former Vice President Dick Cheney, who expressed his concern with the idea of the Kentucky senator being the GOP nominee during the next presidential cycle.
As the Obama administration jumps back into Iraq with military advisers, political combatants are fighting over who created the problem in the first place.
Lost Dreams, Lost Armies, Jihadi States, and the Arc of Instability
The Iraq disaster remains George W. Bush's enduring folly, and the Republican attempt to shift the blame to the Obama presidency is obscene nonsense.
MEGYN KELLY: In your op-ed, you write as follows: 'Rarely has a U.S. president been so wrong about so much at the expense of so many.' But time and time again, history has proven that you got it wrong as well, sir.
The Bush/Obama nation-building effort in Iraq was ALWAYS going to be a bloody, expensive failure.
NPR's David Folkenflik has a revealing new look at what I have long believed is one of the most important journalistic stories of the last decade: The New York Times' 2004 decision, at the behest of George W. Bush himself, to suppress for 15 months (
In 2006, Charlie Savage won the Pulitzer Prize for his series of articles in The Boston Globe exposing the Bush administration’s use of “signing statements” as a means of ignoring the law.
Former secretary of state Condoleeza Rice is withdrawing from the Rutgers University commencement ceremony.
Singling out the last two presidents as evil is not to let other U.S. government officials, past and present, off the hook. It is only to focus on recent, visible and incontrovertible instances of evil deeds done by evil men.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the 9/11 conspiracy theory in under 5 minutes.
In late 2008, when President Obama opted more for “continuity” than “change” — and ceded control over much of his foreign policy to hawkish “rivals” — he locked in many of Dick Cheney’s neocon theories that trampled constitutional principles, as reti
Pew has released a new survey about the social and political attitudes of various generations, and it makes for interesting reading.
A new study ranks Bush near the very bottom in history, due to delusional wars, reckless spending and inflexibility. . . Wilentz’s Rolling Stone 2006 piece, with Bush still in office, posed a question: Was this president the worst ever?
Uploaded on Jun 21, 2008 Bush press conference, ABC, 11:06, 9/13 Can you believe we actually fell for this?
John Hannah here argues that Saudi fear and loathing of Iran destroys the case for negotiating with Tehran.
A senior official from former President Bush's administration is saying American troops went into Iraq because the US was looking for a fight. "The only reason we went into Iraq, I tell people now, is we were looking for somebody’s ass to kick. Afgha
In a speech to the Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, November 23, 2010, Peter Dale Scott gave a history of the various directives concerned with government continuity during a state of emergency.
What possible connection could there have been between George H.W. Bush and the assassination of John F. Kennedy?
A conservative warhorse exploits the Boston bombings to argue for more government surveillance. He's wrong
In a few days, we will have a new anniversary to celebrate, or to mourn. The bombing of Baghdad ten years ago this week marked the beginning of another senseless American war fought for reasons that turned out not to exist, driven by wrongheaded, coc
The Bush administration’s primary justification for launching the Iraq War is thought, probably correctly, to be an alleged WMD program that did not exist.
Ten years ago, the U.S. invasion of Iraq was only hours away, but the case for this unprovoked war was already falling apart with exposure of hyperbole, half-truths and even a forgery. On March 18, 2003, a group of U.S. intelligence veterans pleaded
The evil unleashed on the people of Iraq has been painstakingly obscured behind a tapestry of lies.