Tag Archives: bush

  • The Socialist’s Journal: Motivation

    May 21, 13 by Trevor Brookins Leave a comment

    *A teammate of mine from high school who is solidly conservative consistently points out on Facebook things that paint the president and/or the Democratic party in a negative light. The most recent example was the scandal regarding the IRS auditing tea party organizations. His posts specifically, and posts of this nature more generally lead to […]

  • Condoleezza Rice Says Peter MacKay is Just a Friend

    Dec 18, 11 by Brittney M. Walker 2 Comments

    *Condoleezza Rice became one of the most powerful, most controversial, most mysterious black women of the United States when she took office as the secretary of state. Now that she’s retired from her post, George Bush’s former right hand woman is letting the public know who she is in her autobiography, “No Higher Honor: A […]

  • The Socialist’s Journal: The Constitutional Presidency

    Dec 13, 11 by Trevor Brookins Leave a comment

    *Because of their status as people vying to become president, the Republican politicians campaigning often produce statements critical of the current president. And because they all run under the guise of conservatism, their criticism often revolves around how Obama is too much of an activist president and is not following the Constitutional guidelines for the […]

  • Robert N. Taylor Commentary: Obama Follows Bush’s Evil Pattern at Guantanamo

    Mar 10, 11 by EurPublisher 3 Comments

    *In the name of the so-called “war against terror,” former President George Bush created an unjust, unfair system at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Under the rules devised by Bush and his advisors, alleged terrorists could be held at the prison indefinitely. They did not have to be charged with a specific […]

  • WikiLeaks Damaging Papers, Rumors of U.S. Security Breach

    Dec 1, 10 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *The WikiLeaks site is known for giving up the ghost to everyone on the, usually political, wrongdoings of our government and governments around the world. But, the latest papers released from their arsenal of 250,000 different cables between U.S. officials or diplomats and others they’ve spoken with on government and/or political affairs are being made available […]

  • The Socialist’s Journal: Bush, Obama, & Civil Liberties

    Nov 30, 10 by Trevor Brookins Leave a comment

    *To a large degree this country was founded on civil liberties. Even as the Constitution was being ratified, the founding fathers were drawing up and debating the Bill of Rights to ensure that individual freedoms would be secure. This is why the first amendment guarantees freedoms that enable individuals to pursue their happiness. The concept […]