George W. Bush
ConservativeHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie has a Thanksgiving message for Tea Partiers everywhere: give thanks, for unto us, an extreme liberal was given.
The American Conservative Union announced a new executive director, tapping former George W. Bush admin. official and Sen. Mitch McConnell adviser Dan Schneider. He'll work under the direction of Chairman Al Cardenas.
In a recent column, Jonah Goldberg attacked Richard Viguerie and the Tea Party, arguing that we conservatives are pushing a senseless war with establishment Republicans. Has Goldberg turned to "the dark side?" Timothy Birdnow's essay suggests he has.
Harry Reid thinks that the Tea Party lawmakers' concern over runaway spending is anarchy. Sen. Obama chided GW Bush on the debt. Pres. Obama in '09 even said, “The long-term deficit and debt that we have accumulated is unsustainable.” Is Reid's memory fading?
Michael Gerson, Bush speechwriter and man of questionable character, wrote in WaPo that the tea party is an ideological faction at odds with real conservatism. This guy wouldn’t know conservatism if it bit him.
What Obama wants right now from his leftist base is support or at least silence on Syria -- and his friends in Hollywood have sycophantically obliged.
America is full of men and women who have broad shoulders and stout hearts, but they are not in ascendancy today. Our nation is run by the kind of people who will search an octogenarian from Minnesota before she boards a plane, but will allow the likes of Major Nidal Hassan to shield his evil with a whisper-thin patina of faith.
Repubs support the Syrian conflict out of the blind belief that Obama will use authority granted him to magically transform into George W. Bush.
Obama and Kerry were for troops on the ground in Syria before they were against them.
Bush's war resulted in what war opponents had predicted: an al-Qaeda that has grown and is now “on steroids.”
Elise Stefanik, who worked for GW Bush, Pawlenty, and Romney, wants to unseat Rep. Bill Owens (D-NY-21). Owens won re-election by only 2%.
Can you violate the Constitution to save it, or save the Union? Lincoln decided he could and he must. Can presidents today violate the Fourth Amendment, the Fifth and the Ninth Amendments, as well as a variety of statues to fight a “war on terror?” Apparently, Jonathan S. Tobin, Senior Online Editor of Commentary magazine thinks presidents can and should.
Shirley and Banister say they are determined to keep the anti-establishment message churning.
Jeb Bush will present Clinton with the 2013 Liberty Medal. We’re just as confused as you are.
Obama plans to send weapons to Syrian rebels -- al-Qaeda fighters. See the Bush War irony?
The recent violence and bloodshed in Iraq proves that intervening usually carries bad consequences.