George W. Bush Presidential Center

In speeches this week, both of them spoke truth to power and stood up for American ideals with intelligence and eloquence.
In July we attended the wedding of the son of a dear friend. Because we didn’t know Seattle, we indulged ourselves by taking
“If you want to be president, realize it’s about the people, not about you," Clinton says.
The national news is not good. The dip in math, along with the flattening in reading and math scores since 2009, certainly does not help the economic and social mobility of those students. Nor does it come close to satisfying the economy's thirst for workers with higher-order thinking skills.
The country has an untapped source of economic growth potential, and that is the many creative, industrious and motivated immigrants in our country. But, too often in today's political climate, immigration is cast as a negative, with issues like border security and unauthorized immigration dominating the news cycle.
As the story of the Sony hack unfolds, the story of those living in tyranny in North Korea remains largely untold.
No one will ever perfect the game. Nor will wounded soldiers ever be exactly the same. Yet they are progressing, hole by hole.
In America today, it's easy to find something to disagree about. A country as richly diverse as ours will never suffer for
As part of the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Obama joined forces to convene nearly 30 African first ladies
The degree to which we get students from all backgrounds ready for high-skilled jobs will determine their economic and social mobility. Here, though, is my big worry: We really haven't made up our collective mind that students from disadvantaged and minority families can be -- and should be -- educated to the highest levels.
It's highly unusual for a public figure -- especially a high-profile politician -- to reveal something very personal and rather uncommon about himself. And to do it willingly?
These preoccupations probably won't be seen in Dallas though. According to the press release: "The Art of Leadership: A President’s
You can imagine my surprise when I received a request from a certain notorious former President of the United States asking for my financial support in his public policy center's efforts to address the "challenges facing our world."