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Tony Snow steps down

President Bush announced Friday that press secretary Tony Snow, who has waged a battle with cancer while manning the White House lectern, will resign and be replaced by his deputy,…

Dems blast Bush over Iraq funding

Democratic leaders warned Wednesday that Congress must stop writing "blank checks" for the Iraq war, after a report said the White House would request an extra 50 billion dollars in…

What will George do after 2008?

I have always wondered what President Bush will do after he finishes his second term, assuming that he consents to go. He could be a professional brush clearer, a producer…

Bush plays the nuclear card

US President George W. Bush on Tuesday raised the specter of a "nuclear holocaust" in the Middle East if Israel's arch-foe Iran gets atomic weapons, and demanded that Tehran end…

Impeachment may be the solution

President Bush is, quite reasonably, appealing to history to salvage his legacy since his prospects don't look good in the short term. Despite current efforts to put the best…

The Gonzales feeding frenzy

Alberto Gonzales is resigning as U.S. attorney general, and here is what critics of all stripes are saying: He was blindly, brainlessly loyal to President Bush, gave atrocious advice, was…

Alberto gets the hint

It seemed as if Alberto Gonzales was the last person in Washington to realize that his resignation as U.S. attorney general was both inevitable and overdue. His credibility with Congress was…

Attorney General Gonzales resigns

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said he would resign Monday, after a scandal-tainted tenure marred by critics' claims he was incompetent, hid the truth and may be guilty of perjury. Gonzales, an…

Bush: ‘Just give my Iraq war more time’

President George W. Bush insisted Saturday his new war strategy in Iraq showed promise but needed more time to bear fruit as the White House fought to rebuff calls for…

A comparison of conveniece

Throughout the war in Iraq, President Bush has firmly dismissed comparisons with Vietnam, and his aides were careful not to mention that still-raw conflict in defending his policies. …