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Bush won’t supply subpoenaed documents

Today AP reports (in the OCRegister) that the President, or is it King, has deciderd that he does not have to answer to the United States Congress. WASHINGTON (AP) — President Bush, moving toward a constitutional showdown with Congress, asserted executive privilege Thursday and rejected lawmakers’ demands for documents that could shed light on the…

Jack Cafferty lays into Bush

Found this on Crooks and Liars. Just too good not to cross-post. Jack Cafferty: “How’s That Workin’ Out For You, Mr. President?” By: Logan Murphy on Saturday, June 16th, 2007 at 12:28 PM – PDT Never at a loss for words, Jack Cafferty had a thing or two to say to President Bush on Friday’s…

Bush’s Surgeon General nominee looks even worse

From Crooks and Liars: By: Steve Benen on June 7, 2007     Following up on an item from last week, Dr. James W. Holsinger Jr., Bush’s nominee for Surgeon General, has a record of activism that suggests a strong anti-gay bias. Opposition to his nomination has been growing, but it’s been unclear whether there was enough information available…

Register: Pardon Libby

Today’s OC Register cals for the pardon of Dick Cheney’s former chief of staff saying there was no underlying crime. The crime was the blown cover of a covert CIA operative who’s undercover status is well documented and well established.  Libby knew there was an investigation and obstructed the progress of the investigation.  If Clinton…

Something to Remember, on Memorial Day

On Memorial Day, we remember the hundreds of thousands of Americans who have died in war since the inception of our nation.  We remember their sacrifice and the sacrifice of their families on this day.  We remember, regardless of whether the wars they fought on our behalf were to establish our liberty from British tyranny…

The House & Senate Kneel at the feet of King George

The House of Representatives capitulated to the will of King George W. Bush and gave him the funding he needs to occupy Iraq indefinitly. With the appropriation of these funds, it is unlikely that the Democratic leadership will be able to slow the Iraq occupation and bring our troops home any time soon. The vote…