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  1. Bush presses Congress to let Mexican trucks into US.(George W. Bush, president): An article from: America's Insider
  2. Bush to implement order to allow Mexican trucks into the US.(president George W. Bush)(Brief Article): An article from: America's Insider
  3. Introduction of President George W. Bush at the US Naval Academy commencement.(Speech)(Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England)(Transcript): ... from: U.S. Department of Defense Speeches
  4. The White House Workout: The Fitness Plan Inspired by President George W. Bush's Heathier US Initiative by Andrew Flach, Rosemarie Alfieri, 2003-05-17
  5. IRAN - July 23 - Bush Abandoned Hopes To Work With Khatami.(President George W. Bush)(President Mohammed Khatami)(US-Iran relations)(Brief Article): An article from: APS Diplomat Recorder
  6. George W. Bush (Getting to Know the Us Presidents) by Mike Venezia, 2007-09
  7. Presidents Card Game: Featuring 14 Presidents from Coolidge to George W. Bush : 1923-Present (History Channel) by Us Games Systems, 2003-03
  8. Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, George W. Bush, 2002, Bk. 1, January 1 to June 30, 2002 (Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States) by George W. Bush, 2005-06-22
  9. An open letter to George W Bush: 'they hate us and they hate freedom and they hate people who embrace freedom.' President George W Bush interviewed on ... 2004.: An article from: New Internationalist by Theodore Roszak, 2005-03-01
  10. ARAB-US RELATIONS - June 9 - Mubarak Meets Bush.(Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, George W. Bush)(Brief Article): An article from: APS Diplomat Recorder
  11. ARAB-US RELATIONS - Jan. 29 - Bush Outlines Policy.(George W. Bush)(Brief Article): An article from: APS Diplomat Recorder
  12. How Would a Patriot Act? Defending American Values from a President Run Amok by Glenn Greenwald, 2006-05-15
  13. A Letter to America: Is President Bush Leading us in the Right Direction? by Errington Thompson M.D., 2004-09-20
  14. Let's have some fun: how should President Bush spend his huge re-election campaign war chest? Let us count the ways--all 200 million of them.(On The Record): An article from: Campaigns & Elections by Ron Faucheux, 2003-08-01

121. Australian George W. Bush Resume
Satirical look at bush's career and accomplishments as Governor of Texas and president.

122. Business For Bush, Business Supports George W. Bush In 2004
Discusses why many businesses support the reelection of george W. bush. Summarizes the president's economic plan, and features a speech by Secretary of Commerce Donald Evans.


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Wednesday, April 07, 2004
The Honorable Don Evans: @
National Federation of Independent Business WASHINGTON, DC - Thank you, Jack, for your generous introduction. I appreciate you and Tom Musser and Dan Danner for your leadership at the NFIB and for inviting me here today. The National Federation of Independent Business is a strong voice in Washington for the entrepreneurs and small business owners who bring innovation and growth to our economy. Thanks in large part to the 25 million small businesses in America, our economy is growing, workers are finding jobs, and productivity is at historically high levels. American companies and American workers are the best in the world, and as a result, the U.S. economy is growing faster than the economies of all other major industrialized nations. I want to thank all the entrepreneurs and innovators in America who take a risk, follow their dreams and create prosperity. Your vision and tireless pursuit of success are pillars of America¹s strength. The President and I spent most of our lives in the private sector. We know what it is like to run a business and make a payroll. We have been through ups and downs and cycle-tested in a tough industry.

123. 43rd President, George W. Bush
george W bush Born July 6, 1946, george W. bush is the 43rd Presidentof the United States. Formerly the 46th Governor of the state
President George W Bush
Born July 6, 1946 George W. Bush is the 43rd President of the United States. Formerly the 46th Governor of the state of Texas, Bush has earned a reputation as a compassionate conservative who shapes policy based on the principles of limited government, personal responsibility, strong families, and local control. George W. Bush was born July 6, 1946, and grew up in Midland and Houston, Texas. He received a bachelor's degree from Yale University and a Master's of Business Administration from Harvard Business School. He served as an F-102 pilot for the Texas Air National Guard before beginning his career in the oil and gas business in Midland in 1975, working in the energy industry until 1986. After working on his father's successful 1988 presidential campaign, he assembled the group of partners that purchased the Texas Rangers baseball franchise in 1989. He served as managing general partner of the Texas Rangers until he was elected Governor on November 8, 1994. In an historic re-election victory, he became the first Texas Governor to be elected to consecutive four-year terms on November 3, 1998. President Bush is married to Laura Welch Bush, a former teacher and librarian, and they have 18-year-old twin daughters, Barbara and Jenna. The Bush family also includes their dog

124. Just So You Know
I entered office with the strongest economy in us history and in less than twoyears With Love, george W. bush The White House, Washington, DC Note this
Email me your comments: just so you know countries.
tough to beat my dad's, but I did
15 million people ), shattering the record for protest against any person in the history of mankind.
Condoleeza Rice , has a Chevron oil tanker named after her.)
only one letter away from BS
Ronnie was tough to beat, but I did it!!
Kenneth Lay , former CEO of Enron Corporation
and then lied, saying the enemy had the code to Air Force 1
possibly the biggest diplomatic failure in US and world history
) view my presidency as the biggest threat to world peace and stability.
RECORDS AND REFERENCES : I have at least one conviction for drunk driving in Maine ( Texas driving record has been erased and is not available wink,wink With Love, GEORGE W. BUSH The White House, Washington, DC Note : this information should be useful to voters in the 2004 election. Circulate to as many citizens you think would be helped to be reminded about this record

125. Welcome To Crawford Tex
Tribute to president george W. bush and First Lady Laura bush, who have made the town their second home. Includes photos, local events, and information about the community.

126. U.S. Politics Today - 2004 Presidential Race - George W. Bush On The Issues - Po
Daily news and political information on 2004 Presidential Race george W. bush on the Issues.

Joe Rothstein Here Here to get news by e-mail U.S. Politics Sections: Front Page Views About The News The Angry Optimist Contrary Opinions Self Censorship Latest Polls State Elections State Political Storms Tom DeLay Watch Difficult to Believe Editors Picks News Tips U.S. Politics Categories 2004 Campaigns for Governor 2004 Presidential Race 2004 Presidential Race - George W. Bush on the Issues 2004 Presidential Race - John Kerry on the Issues 2004 Presidential Race - Policy Positions Bush Cabinet Bush Inner Circle Federal Agencies Governors Issues Labor Unions Liberal Media Political Columnists Political Figures Political Parties Right Wing Media State Attorneys General The House of Representatives The Senate The Supreme Court Think Tanks U.S. Politics U.S. States News: Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Washington, D.C.

127. US President Bush Announces Economic Stimulus Plan
The business majors guide at About, Ajeet Khurana, discusses the plan with noted economist Dr. george M. von Furstenberg. Includes links to related articles.
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President Bush's speech

Jan 7th 2003, US President Bush announced a tax cutting economic stimulus plan. President Bush thinks that this plan will encourage consumer spending, promote investment and help unemployed US citizens. But what does this plan really mean?
As part of our continuing effort to keep MBA and BBA students updated on the latest in the world of business, we present an interview with noted economist Dr. George M. von Furstenberg. The business majors guide at About

128. / News / Politics / Presidential Candidates / George W. Bush
The life of george W. bush. biographical information. 1988 Adviser, presidentialcampaign of former president george H. bush 1994 to 2000 Managing partner
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Learn more about Sen. John Kerry and President George W. Bush, including their stances on the issues, campaign finance information, and more about their wives, in this interactive presentation. (AP) (Requires Macromedia Flash The Globe covered the life of George W. Bush extensively during the 2000 presidential race. For George W. Bush, early life a wrangle between East, West (By Michael Kranish, Globe Staff, 3/29/99) Hallmarks of Bush style were seen at Harvard (By Michael Kranish, Globe Staff, 12/28/99) Casting a long shadow (By David M. Shribman, Globe Staff, 1/9/00) TURNING POINTS: George W. Bush George W. Bush's main man (By David M. Shribman, Globe Staff, 7/23/00) Early knack for leading put Cheney on fast track (By Glen Johnson, Globe Staff, 7/26/00) Behind scenes, Mrs. Bush has a pivotal role

129. Democrats For Bush, Democrats Support George W. Bush In 2004
Democrats show support for george W. bush in 2004. Democratic supporters of the president include Zell Miller and Ed Koch.


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Many Democrats Support President George W. Bush Democrats on Kerry

Democrats in competitive races are distancing themselves from Kerry:
  • Stephanie Herseth (candidate SD-al) on campaigning with Kerry: "I just don't see that there would be any interest from my campaign or the national party." (Bob Mercer, "Herseth sprints to early lead,: Aberdeen American News, 3/6/04)
  • Rep. Rodney Alexander: "They've all endorsed John Kerry, and I'm not going to do that." ("Rep. Alexander may switch to Republican Party," The Advocate, 3/10/04)
  • "Several lawmakers, including Reps. Rodney Alexander (D-La.), Allen Boyd (D-Fla.), Jim Marshall (D-Ga.), Jim Matheson (D-Utah) and Dennis Moore (D-Kan.) have told The Hill they do not currently plan to endorse Kerry." (Hans Nichols, "Some Dems to run away from Kerry," The Hill, 3/17/04) Democrat Sen. Zell Miller has outlined the clear choice this November.
    "'The next five years will determine the direction of the world that my grandchildren and great-grandchildren will live in,' Miller said. 'I do not want to trust that crucial decision to the current Democratic field. So, I plan to vote for George Bush and will help him any way I can. This does not mean I am going to become a Republican. It simply means that in the year 2004, this Democrat will vote for George Bush.'" (Melanie Eversley, "Maverick Miller endorses Bush," Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 10/30/03)
  • 130. George H.W. Bush
    Like his son george and grandson george W., Prescott bush and after Operation DesertStorm, the us air and Pete Brewton, The Mafia, CIA george bush (New York
    Home Stage/Screen Music Sports ... Journalism George H.W. Bush "R Best known for: Forty-first president of the United States. Born: June 12, 1924 Family: George Walker Bush Education: Yale graduate (1948) with a degree in economics. Profession: The company Bush most wanted to work for after graduation, Proctor and Gamble, rejected him. After interviewing with several other companies, Bush used his family connections to get a job. In 1953, Bush got money from Brown Brothers Harriman and, with partners Hugh and Bill Liedtke, formed Zapata Petroleum. By the late 1950s they were millionaires. Bush bought subsidiary Zapata Off-Shore from his partners and went into business on his own in 1954. By 1958, the new company was drilling on the Cay Sal Bank in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico. These islands had been leased to Nixon supporter and CIA contractor Howard Hughes Career: Political leader. Received the Distinguished Flying Cross for Bravery during World War II; U.S. congressman from Texas (1966-1970), ambassador to the United Nations (1971-1974); Special Envoy to China (1974-1975); Republican National Chairman (1975-1976); Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director (1976-1977); vice president of the U.S. (1981-1989); president of the U.S. (1989-1993). In 1964, Bush campaigned against the Civil Rights Act. He lost that election but was elected to Congress in 1966 and again in 1968. He was defeated in the race for Senate by Democrat Lloyd Bentsen in 1970.

    131. - Q&A: Kyoto And Climate Change - July 5, 2001
    The Kyoto Treaty, considered by many to be crucial in the battle against global warming, has been dealt a blow by U.S. president george W. bush's decision to decline its principles.

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    Scientists blame fossil fuel emissions for global warming The Kyoto Treaty, considered crucial in the battle against global warming, has been dealt a severe blow by U.S. President George W. Bush's decision to abandon its principles. Q: What led to the Kyoto conference? A: The 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro expressed concern about the effects of climate change such as the movement of agricultural zones, the melting of polar ice caps and rising sea levels. Q: What were the aims of the Kyoto Protocol? A: Signed in December 1997, it called for a worldwide reduction of emissions of carbon-based gases by an average 5.2 percent below 1990 levels by 2012. Different countries adopted different targets: The EU committed to a cut of eight percent, the U.S. to seven percent and Japan to six percent. Russia and the Ukraine agreed to stabilise at 1990 levels. Q: What is in dispute?

    132. George W. Bush, Minority President Of The United States Of America
    Urges voters to remind president bush that he lost the popular vote for president.

    Why Message?
    Join Your Say Why Post Cards? George W. Bush
    Minority President of the United States of America Send A Message ~ Send A Post Card On November 7, 2000, 105.4 million American citizens voted for President of the United States. George W. Bush lost by 539,897 votes. The Remind Bush goal is to have George W. Bush reminded 539,897 times each day of his 'Presidency' that he is a minority president. He not only lacks a mandate, the majority of American voters wanted someone else as their President. This minority president will occupy the White House for four years. If you believe in the democratic process, go to your post office, buy a handful of postcards, and send one each day to George W. Bush with a message like this: MESSAGE SIDE Dear Minority President Bush: As you go about your business today please remember that in the presidential election, 539,987 more U.S. citizens preferred another man be president. ADDRESS SIDE George W. Bush

    133. America's Head Coach - Support President Bush
    Sports fans supportive of reelecting president george W. bush. Includes news, gallery, humor and guest book.
    "Some people like to listen to opera I like to have the ball game in the background"
    President George W. Bush
    Rarely, if ever, has America Still, why do we dare to associate the term “coach” with our nation’s highest office? All sports-minded people will realize that the term “coach” is a complimentary, even affectionate term. Anyone who has ever coached a youth team of any sort and years later turned to hear a happy adult voice say “Hey Coach!” will certainly appreciate the connotation. And so it is, that with the greatest respect and admiration, we refer to our president as America’s Head Coach As commander-in-chief of the armed forces, our president must coach his team in times of peace and war. Sports is the ultimate solace for our troops away from home, whether it be a pick-up game of football in the desert, or a chance to watch a World Series game or the Super Bowl by satellite. We believe that nothing more than sports and the desire to excel at all endeavors embodies our beliefs in

    134. BBC NEWS | World | Asia-Pacific | Koizumi Pledges Japanese Support
    The Japanese prime minister meets president george W bush in Washington, a day after seeing the devastation in New York for himself.
    You are in: World: Asia-Pacific News Front Page World ... Programmes SERVICES Daily E-mail News Ticker Mobile/PDAs Text Only ... Help LANGUAGES EDITIONS Change to World Tuesday, 25 September, 2001, 17:15 GMT 18:15 UK Koizumi pledges Japanese support
    Mr Koizumi sees Ground Zero for himself
    Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi has renewed his pledge of non-combat support to the United States at a meeting with President George W Bush.
    We will fight terrorists with determination and patience
    Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi The meeting in Washington came a day after Mr Koizumi visited New York's 'Ground Zero' where the twin towers of the World Trade Centre once stood. Mr Koizumi has made clear he will not undo constitutional restraints barring Japan from combat operations overseas. But he told reporters after meeting President Bush that there were "many ways to co-operate". He mentioned both diplomatic and medical assistance as possible options for Japan. Logistical support The Japanese Government is preparing new laws that will enable significant logistical support for the US military.

    135. Error
    Commentary on the challenges facing the American president.

    136. Welcome To
    Democratic United States Senator Zell Miller explains why he will be voting for the reelection of president george W. bush.

    137. CBS News | Skull And Bones | June 4, 2004 16:32:10
    of Time Magazine; and W. Averell Harriman, the diplomat and confidant of us presidents. mayignore for 30 years of their life, as george W. bush seemed to
    Home U.S. Iraq World ... FREE CBS News Video June 4, 2004 16:32:10 The Early Show CBS Evening News 48 Hours 60 Minutes ...
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    June 6, 2004
    Skull and Bones is an elite secret society at Yale University that includes some of the most powerful men of the 20th century. (Photo: 60 Minutes/CBS)
    “They do have many individuals in influential positions. And that's why this is something that we need to know about.”
    Alexandra Robbins, author
    "Secrets of the Tomb"
    Apart from presidents, Bones has included cabinet officers, spies, Supreme Court justices, statesmen and captains of industry. (Photo: 60 Minutes/CBS)
    Ron Rosenbaum, author and columnist for the New York Observer, has become obsessed with cracking that code of secrecy. (Photo: 60 Minutes/CBS) (CBS) As opposed as George Bush and John Kerry may seem to be, they do share a common secret - one they've shared for decades, and one they will not share with the electorate. The secret: Details of their membership in Skull and Bones, the elite Yale society whose members include some of the most powerful men of the 20th century. Bonesmen, as they're called, are forbidden to reveal what goes on in their inner sanctum, the windowless building on the campus of Yale University that is called the Tomb. When 60 Minutes Over the years, Bones has included presidents, cabinet officers, spies, Supreme Court justices, captains of industry and often their sons and lately their daughters, a social and political network like no other. And to a man and women, they've responded to questions with utter silence until an enterprising Yale graduate, Alexandra Robbins, managed to penetrate the wall of silence in her book, “Secrets of the Tomb,”

    Original photos and stories supporting Governor george W. bush for president. Texas.
    E-GALVESTON JOURNAL The Galveston Journal enters the new millennium
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    Photo by Thomas S. Johnson/Coyoteway
    The E-Galveston Journal has EXCLUSIVE Photos
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    My fellow Texans, once again I have taken a solemn vow to uphold the Constitution and the laws of this great state. I am honored to continue serving as your governor. I am humbled because elections are far more than just votes that are tallied. Every vote cast is a hope. A hope that a child will get a good education. A hope that a neighborhood will be free from drugs and crime. A hope that the years ahead will bring a better life for each generation. I have high hopes for the future of Texas. The 2lst century will be one of great opportunity. Our economy will be strong, so long as we pursue free markets, free trade, low taxes and limited government So I am optimistic our children's lives will continue to improve in material terms. The risk is that their moral and spiritual lives will not

    Dedicated to pointing out the reasons why george W. bush will be a one term president. Includes current news articles about the bush administration and their policy initiatives.
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    Books Plan of Attack Bob Woodward Worse Than Watergate John W. Dean House of Bush, House of Saud Craig Unger The Family Kitty Kelley Weapons of Mass Deception Sheldon Rampton The Price of Loyalty Ron Suskind Against All Enemies Richard A. Clarke Bush at War Bob Woodward Senator Calls for Inquiry into Cheney's Possibly Illegal Role in Halliburton Contract Award More from CNN...
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    Vice President Implicated in "Coordinated" Effort to Award No-Bid Iraq Deal to Halliburton
    - A report in Time magazine has revealed that a "multibillion dollar Iraq oil deal" was awarded to Vice President Cheney's form Company, Halliburton Co., after an effort "coordinated" through the Vice President's office. A March 5, 2003 e-mail shows that Undersecretary of Defense for Policy in the Bush administration Douglas Feith "approved the arrangement" to award Halliburton contract. According to the e-mail, uncovered as a result of a Freedom of Information Act request by government watchdog Judicial Watch, the contract was "contingent on informing WH [White House] tomorrow. We anticipate no issues since action has been coordinated w[ith] VP's office." Three days later, Halliburton was awarded deal without the usual competitive bidding. Cheney served as CEO of Halliburton from 1995 to 2000. According to one official congressional report, he still receives about $150,000 a year in "deferred compensation" and holds over 433,000 stock options.

    140. Katherine Van Wormer: Bush And Dry Drunk Syndrome
    residual effects from his earlier substance abuse, however slight, might cloud theUS president s thinking and To summarize, george W. bush manifests all the
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    "Dry Drunk" Syndrome and
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    by KATHERINE van WORMER O rdinarily I would not use this term. But when I came across the article "Dry Drunk" - - Is Bush Making a Cry for Help? in American Politics Journal by Alan Bisbort, I was ready to concede, in the case of George W. Bush, the phrase may be quite apt. Dry drunk is a slang term used by members and supporters of Alcoholics Anonymous and substance abuse counselors to describe the recovering alcoholic who is no longer drinking, one who is dry, but whose thinking is clouded. Such an individual is said to be dry but not truly sober. Such an individual tends to go to extremes. we would be going. First, in this essay, we will look at the characteristics of the so-called "dry drunk;" then we will see if they apply to this individual, our president; and then we will review his drinking history for the record. What is the dry drunk syndrome ? "Dry drunk" traits consist of:

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