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Bush’s Iraq

More than six months after the start of the Syrian uprising, Iraq is offering key moral and financial support to the country’s embattled president, undermining a central U.S. policy objective and raising fresh concerns that Iraq is drifting further into … Continue reading

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Dick Cheney doinks history

On August 26th, 2002, Vice President Cheney addressed the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Nashville. After the customary remarks about increasing veteran’s health care spending by 8 percent (“although we are holding most discretionary spending to 2 percent increases…”) Cheney … Continue reading

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Ronald Reagan true myths

Newsweek March 9, 1987 www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/tear-down-this-man-to-survive-the-gop-must-get-over-ronald-reagan/2013/04/25/cc828f5e-ab88-11e2-a198-99893f10d6dd_story.html Five myths about Ronald Reagan’s legacy By Will Bunch Friday, February 4, 2011 On Sunday, America celebrates the 100th birthday of Ronald Reagan, whose presidency is a touchstone for the modern conservative movement. In 2011, … Continue reading

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Bush Book Decision Points

Bush Book Decision Points Unprecedented recession, endless wars, unrestrained spending with the result the federal debt more than doubled from 2001 – 2009, George Bush has already been judged by history. George Bush believes that he will be decedent, dead, … Continue reading

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Dubya’s Disaster

Some people you should pay attention to: your parents, grandma and grandpa, your teacher, maybe your pastor or coach, because they have your best interest at heart. This astute columnist, Arnaud deBorchgrave, is one of those people. He is plugged … Continue reading

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