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Bush left office in 2009, The Dallas Morning News writes, he has been "a punching bag for [President] Obama, Democrats and even some Republicans." But while Bush told the Morning News during an interview for a long story posted over the weekend that "
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It's one of Margaret Thatcher's most memorable quotes, spoken to President George H.W. Bush after Iraq's 1990 invasion of Kuwait: "Remember, George, this is no time to go wobbly." It evokes the image of a weak-spined Bush, bolstered by the Iron Lady.
Medal of Freedom Awardee Margaret Thatcher is dead By Alfredo B. Ancheta Anchor for Allvoices Philippines
Penn & Teller once had a sort of gun showdown with former President George H.W...Back during the President Bill Clinton years, papa Bush and Penn & Teller were hired to speak to 10,000 people at a corporate show in New Orleans. Bush was supposed to
World leaders of our adulthood ended the "Cold War" By Alfredo B. Ancheta Anchor for Allvoices Philippines World leaders
President Barack Obama came into office four years ago skeptical of pushing the power of the White House to the limit, especially if it appeared to be circumventing Congress. Now, as he launches his second term, Obama has grown more comfortable
Font Resize Some investment guy holed up in Florida claims he can get Facebook, LinkedIn, Groupon and Zynga stock before these companies go public...Attorney Preet Bharara had a 71-year-old Odessa, Fla., man arrested on Tuesday for making this
A new book is out talking about the perks and the excess of the $1.4-billion-a-year presidency that we're paying for...There are two projectionists who operate the White House movie theater. They regularly sleep at the White House in order to be
Those who remember history will remember the feckless country club Republicans who sabotaged Ronald Reagan's ascent in 1976 and tried again in 1980, preferring Gerald Ford and George H.W...They prefer the same "electable" candidates who lose or