“The National Archives and Records Administration calls Trump’s claims about Obama, Clinton, Bush and Bush supposedly taking presidential documents ‘false and misleading.'”
George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st president of the United States died Friday night at the age of 94 at his Houston home. Bush was the son of a U.S. Senator and served his country first as a World War II fighter pilot and later as a congressman, an ambassador to the United Nations and…
The whiny response from the White House comes after both Bushes confirmed that they had not voted for Trump in last year’s election, calling the president a “blowhard.”
The two former presidents think that Trump is a “blowhard” who is destroying the GOP. Both men also suggested Trump doesn’t have a clue what it means to be the leader of the free world.
Biographer David Maraniss has a great idea. The author is urging all five living former presidents to issue a joint statement calling on racist Donald Trump to resign.
NAFTA was proposed, pushed, and āceremoniously signedā by George H.W. Bush – a month before Bill Clinton was sworn in as president.
Bush’s family gathering is a last ditch effort to save Jeb’s under-performing campaign, but the optics couldn’t be worse.
Former national security adviser Brent Snowcroft says rejecting the Iran deal “is an abdication of America’s unique role and responsibility”
At a craft brewery in Hampton, New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton called out her Republican presidential opponents for sacrificing American jobs to appease the billionaire Koch Brothers and talk radio Tea Party extremists.
It is hard to believe Jeb Bush really wants to be president, with the things he says. Maybe it’s just that he’s missing a Dick Cheney of his own
During a CBN interview, Jeb Bush suggested that the only way to fight poverty in America was to defend traditional marriage.
Instead of acknowledging the Iraq invasion as a colossal intelligence failure, Jeb is still a cheerleader for the Iraq War.
Jeb Bush admitted that his brother, former President George W. Bush, was his most trusted adviser on U.S.-Israel policy.
Jeb Bush has dipped to 4th place in a recent poll, and he also seems to be losing out to other candidates on the fundraising front.
While Jeb Bush is often portrayed by the media as the “moderate” Republican candidate, there is nothing moderate about his proposal to raise the social security retirement age.
Bush’s attempt to claim himself to be “Hispanic” only furthers the rift between him and anti-immigrant Nativists in the Republican Party.
Well, this is awkward for Republicans. The Obama economy has set yet another job growth record in the private sector.
A Washington Post-ABC News Poll shows Hillary Clinton leading each of her likely Republican opponents by double digits.
Bush is right about one thing. This is no time for schoolyard antics. Bush and his fellow Republicans ought to stop engaging in them.
Eviscerated by President Obama in Cleveland, Speaker Boehner had no option but to try to bury Obama’s budget in well-tried but obvious lies
Speaker John A. Boehner boasted that Republicans primary duty was not to make laws, but eliminate them for their wealthy donors’ benefit. Now, the sitting Senate Majority Leader has went a step farther and issued a call to governors to become ‘law breakers’ to benefit the fossil fuel industry that bought control of Congress for Republicans.
Despite his pronouncement that he intends to be “his own man”, Jeb Bush is surrounding himself with former Bush foreign policy advisers.
Jeb Bush is marketing himself as a different kind of conservative, but his ideas support the same GOP policies that have failed before.
Now, every Republican and related conservative is under the illusion that providing for the general welfare means providing for the fossil fuel industry, corporations, the wealthy, Christian clergy, and financial sector’s general welfare, but that is not what the Founding Fathers or the first four American presidents believed; neither does President Barack Obama.
De facto Speaker of the House and self-appointed incoming Senate Majority Leader Ted Cruz accused the President of being a monarch and has devised a plan to punish the President for doing what Republican presidents have done since 1952.
On Monday, the Washington Post published an article from their resident fact checker Glenn Kessler that highlighted an awful campaign ad from Georgia Republican David Perdue. Kessler ‘awarded’ the ad Four Pinocchios, meaning it is a complete and total lie.
David Perdue, the Republican candidate for Georgia’s open US Senate seat, released another ad on Wednesday doubling-down on his debunked claim that Democratic opponent Michelle Nunn funneled money to terrorist organizations through the Points of Light Foundation.
If you think a person is violating the Constitution, you don’t violate the constitution yourself as a remedy and expect anyone to take you seriously.
Republicans are threatening to impeach Obama over executive action on gun control, but many presidents have issued executive orders on gun control, including George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton.
Longtime foe of multiculturalism, William J. Bennett, says Republicans lost culture war and accuses Democrats of playing identity politics
If Romney loses Michigan or Massachusetts and wins the White House, he will be the first candidate since 1916 to lose his home state and win the presidency. He’s not only losing his two home states, but Ryan’s as well.