Rutgers University professors and students are up in arms over the academic institution’s decision to invite former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (pictured) to address this year’s commencement ceremony, according to The Star-Ledger. SEE ALSO: Texas Fitness Trainer Recorded Stealing Money From Trainee’s Vehicle [VIDEO] Last week, Rutgers’ New Brunswick Facility Council passed a resolution that […]
Apparently, it is in poor taste for a politician to politicize a decision he made as it relates to policy. Yes, in the latest chapter of the condemnation of convenience culture we’re currently soiling ourselves in, President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign is taking many hits in various directions for his latest Osama bin Laden-focused campaign […]
They were his idea and he advocated for the policy extensively, and yet, former President George W. Bush hates that everyone refers to the tax cuts under his administration as “the Bush tax cuts.” I’m sure President Bush has heard the phrase “You break it, you bought it” before. Then again, perhaps it’s that kind […]
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Former President George W. Bush ambled into a steamy, fragrant mango warehouse in Haiti on Tuesday and surveyed several long tables neatly packed with the luscious fruit. He clapped Ralph Perry, the warehouse owner, on the shoulder. He shook hands with farmers, dressed in button-down shirts and ties for the occasion. Then […]
BP member kwaray236 only shared one word, “Hilarious.”
From <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/glogin?URI=http://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/17/opinion/17kenney.html&OQ=_rQ3D1&OP=53025145Q2FJQ3BXbJSmQ51o2mmQ2AQ20JQ20Q7BQ7BQ2FJZQ20JZ1JmsQ60eQ60meJZ1jXeeX9Q3FxQ2AQ7CY" target="_blank">John Kenney</a> at The New York Times: Shoes are the ultimate insult? Try waffles (if you're in France.) And in Boston, they throw Yankees memorabilia. In NY, you're lucky if anyone pays attention to you.
Because of the growing humanitarian crisis in Zimbabwe, which has been spurred by a lack of water and the rapid spread of deadly cholera, Robert Mugabe is facing increased pressure to step down as President.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is set to depart for Mumbai at the behest of President George W. Bush to gain insights into the horrific attacks of the last three days.
With weekly jobless claims benefits at a 16-year high, the White House said Thursday that President George W. Bush would quickly sign legislation pending in Congress to provide further unemployment benefits.
No matter how people remember President Bush’s time in office, let there be no doubt about how he wants to end it: gracefully.
Although President-elect Barack Obama’s campaign centered around predecessor George W. Bush’s failed policies, the two men met to discuss the transition to power for the 44th president. The soon-to-be and former leaders of the Free World surely differ on policy but, a friendly tour couldn’t be too bad. From AP: WASHINGTON (AP) The […]
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