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Bush on Hillary: ‘On second thought…’

President George W. Bush on Monday distanced himself from his confident prediction late last year that Senator Hillary Clinton would win the Democratic White House nomination. "I predicted the Detroit Tigers…

Yes, George Bush, it can get worse

It hasn't been a good couple of days for George W. Bush. The president achieved the highest disapproval rating, 69 percent, in the 70-year history of the Gallup poll. Only…

Bush determined to keep visitor logs secret

President George W. Bush, the most secretive President in history, will fight to keep White House visitor logs secret. A decision to challenge a court ruling that says the logs are…

Bush used analysts as propaganda tool

The administration of President George W. Bush has manipulated military analysts working for leading US television networks to generate favorable coverage of the war in Iraq and other issues, The…

Bush’s failed Iraq war: ‘A major debacle’

In a scathing analysis, a former senior Pentagon official has called the war in Iraq "a major debacle" that created an incubator for terrorism and emboldened Iran. "Measured in blood and…

Old arguments, new excuses

In his address following two days of congressional testimony by the top two American officials in Iraq, President Bush indicated that there would be no let-up in his determination to…

Bush freezing Iraq troop levels

President George W. Bush on Thursday ordered an indefinite halt to US troop withdrawals from Iraq come July, warning that the strife-torn country remains too fragile five years after Baghdad…

Maybe our Presidents should be better paid

If the presidency is worth so much after one leaves the White House, why is it worth so little during time in office when the occupant has the active management…

Another Bush appointee comes up short

Almost as when Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans, another key Bush appointee has come up short in the midst of a crisis. …

Few Hispanics support Bush’s war

As eventually happened with Vietnam, U.S. military involvement in Iraq is pulling Hispanics in two directions. Maybe three. Numbers tell some of the story. The latest Pew Hispanic Center poll found…