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WASHINGTON -- Republican presidential candidates have been arguing over the past week that, in hindsight, President George
Jason Linkins: To be perfectly fair, I doubt you move many "KERRY/EDWARDS" units, either. Anyway, I'd gladly give the NRCC
Bush To Cheney: 'Proud To Call You Friend!'
As a young man, Bush found it hard to focus. The term ADD had not yet been invented, but he may well have suffered from it
WATCH: (6:25) “I’m going to support our party’s nominee," he said. "In the meantime I am going to remain an observer, an
That story went public in May 2007, when former deputy attorney general James Comey dramatically testified at a Senate hearing
Bush-Cheney 2004 Inc., which ran the successful re-election campaign of former President George W. Bush and Vice President
From a branding perspective, is this really how the Republican Party wants to be defined? Hate speech -- true hate speech -- should never be tolerated in any form.
Cheney stretched the boundaries of his relationship with Bush in his relentless quest to get his ex-Chief of Staff pardoned
Indeed, in private conversations, Democratic strategists are bemoaning the fact that the harsh questioning of Pelosi has
A little less than a year before President Obama reportedly sent a secret letter to Russian President Dmitri A. Medvedev
Even before President Bush left office, he and his loyal Bushies were hard at work shaping his legacy, comparing him to Abraham
Today more than ever, Dr. King now seems with us. His premonition of not reaching the Promised Land at this moment seems false, because Barack Obama is standing on King's shoulders.
From Gaza to the unemployment figures to the $10.6 trillion debt, things keep spiraling while W. keeps fiddling. Just as
With his ABC interview, Dick Cheney put a smoking gun on the table. He admitted that he, along with other top administration officials, personally approved the CIA's waterboarding of prisoners.
So far, McCain and Palin have provided nothing but polluted hot air.
The deriding of an Obama presidency and the pimping of McCain's heroism to perpetuate the most dangerous assault on our country's liberties is akin to an assassin's bullet aimed straight at the nation's heart.
At stake for the anti-war movement and the progressive blogosphere is whether the current administration can bind the next president to its current Iraq policies.