There have been a number of articles recently that portray President Bush as someone who strayed from the path of true conservatism. Republicans, these articles say, need to return to their roots.
Maureen Dowd: Bomb, Bomb Iran
Hillary seemed rattled. Up until now, she has displayed remarkable imperturbability — gliding along with the help of good lighting, a hearty guffaw and a clever husband.
Nicholas F. Benton: Can You Spell Ahmadinejad?
Here we go again! The hysteria being pumped up across the U.S. over Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speeches in New York this week follows the exact same script as the run-up to Bush’s horrendous invasion of Iraq in 2003.
Helen Thomas: A Brutal Unwelcome For Iranian Leader
WASHINGTON — President Lee Bollinger of Columbia University showed no class when he introduced Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the president of Iran, to a crowd of students and faculty.
Helen Thomas: Has the Cold War Returned?
WASHINGTON — President Bush says the Cold War is over but his latest military move and the reaction of Russian President Vladimir make me wonder.
Helen Thomas: Bush Should Listen To His Father
WASHINGTON — President Bush has told his sensitive father, former President George H.W. Bush, not to pay any attention to the news, especially all those painful Bush-bashing reports.
Helen Thomas: Is a Wider War In The Cards?
WASHINGTON — Is President Bush going to attack Iran?
The Peak Oil Crisis: Turning Points
From a peak oil perspective, the last couple of weeks seemed pretty quiet. Oil prices continued to drift down into the $50s amid gloats from peak oil skeptics. The Dow Jones climbed to all-time highs, in part, due to optimism the “oil bubble” had finally burst and there would be […]
A Martyr for Western Oil
Heads up, Israel. This is a set-up. The Bush administration fully intends to exploit the current escalating violence between Israel and the Hezbollah to advance its agenda for the entire region. The goal of the U.S. policy is not the defense of Israel. In fact, it could well involve the […]
Bolton’s Tenure is Again Before Senate
WASHINGTON — The nomination of John Bolton as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations is coming before the Senate again.