George W. Bush
Rescue vehicles are seen after a human rights activist chained himself to the White House fence in demand for the closing of Guantanamo during a protest outside the White House in Washington, DC on May 10, 2013. The Guantanamo jail, in a US Navy base in Cuba, was opened in 2002 to hold prisoners taken in the 'War on Terror' waged by then US President George W. Bush after the 9/11 attacks.
As we continue our review of this matter, we have recently identified some other BOLOs that raised concerns about political factors
The Rosen affair is as flagrant an assault on civil liberties as anything done by George W. Bush’s administration, and it uses technology to silence critics in a way Richard Nixon could only have dreamed of.
I would ask all of us to avoid to talk about who was liked by President Bush, who was liked by President ObamaMore quotes »
In Menendez's troubles, echoes of past scandals
senators are doing this and you rarely get nailed for it," said Richard Painter, chief ethics lawyer under President George W. Bush and now a law professor at the University of Minnesota .Menendez has run into trouble because "he didn't dot the i's and cross Read more »
May: Would closing Guantanamo prison satisfy hunger strikers?
camp at Guantanamo Bay , Cuba, was established in 2002 to hold the most dangerous of those captured in what the George W. Bush administration called the Global War on Terrorism. Controversy over the facility has simmered ever since. In recent days, it has Read more »
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Ted Cruz's Path From George W. Bush Adviser to Immigration Reform Opponent
2000, Ted Cruz was known only as a Texas-raised, Harvard-trained domestic policy adviser to the George W. Bush campaign. Bush was a two-term governor from a border state who was determined to fix what he saw as a broken, inhumane immigration system. Cruz helped 6:58 AM from National Journal Read more »
US to restart Guantanamo-Yemen transfers
detention facility during a major address on Thursday on terrorism policy. The prison was opened by Obama's predecessor, George W Bush, to hold detainees captured by the United States during fighting in Afghanistan, Pakistan and other locations. During his 6:07 AM from News24 Read more »
EDITORIAL: Homegrown jihad
W. Bush employed an anti-terrorism strategy of taking the fight to the enemy abroad “so we do not have to face them here at home.” Barack Obama has replaced that with welcoming the enemy to our shores and bestowing on him American citizenship. This puts the 5:59 AM from Washington Times Read more »
Dan Bartlett is Wal-Mart's new chief image maker
staff member. The company, the nation's largest retailer, announced on May 23 that Dan Bartlett, an adviser to President George W. Bush, would be its new executive vice president of corporate affairs, starting in late June. The vague-sounding role in fact 5:37 AM from Economic Times Read more »
in the Dark Ages We’ve had pious presidents who ruled by religion. Remember George W. Bush reportedly saying that God okayed starting the Iraq war? The Bible was written back when everyone thought the world was flat and reasoned that natural disasters were 5:35 AM from Arkansas Online Read more »