Category Archives: George W. Bush

Predicting George W. Bush’s Presidency

More than ten years to this day, George W. Bush was inaugurated as president. Upon this event, The Onion – a famous satirical magazine – published an article titled “Our Long National Nightmare of Peace and Prosperity is Finally Over.“ … Continue reading

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Reading “Decision Points”

Former president George W. Bush’s book “Decision Points” has recently been published. While not exactly an exciting page-turner, the book does provide some insight into the White House for much of the last decade. There are several interesting things that “Decision Points” says. Continue reading

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Five Things President George W. Bush Did Right

I recently conversed with a Democratic friend of mine – an intelligent, very politically active person. This person had a deep familiarity with politics; she knew the political events of the past few years like the back of her hand. … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Reason Behind Bush’s Unpopularity

Memory fades quickly in politics; less than a year ago George W. Bush was president, and already the man is halfway forgotten (something due in no small part to Bush’s self-enforced media silence). Many, of course, remember that former President … Continue reading

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