Wolfowitz is in trouble. The World Bank leader got his girlfriend a pay
raise, lied about it and alienated his staff. But don't worry--Bush
still thinks he's doing a bang-up job.
By refusing to negotiate at home and abroad, Bush has become isolated and dangerous.
An investigation into Blackwater USA reveals a frightening picture of a politically connected private army that serves as the administration's Praetorian guard.
Why should the Vice President have a national security adviser to begin with?
In just six years, Bush has squandered centuries of American progress. It's time to start repairing the damage.
Are Bush and Cheney so wedded to their delusions that they might
gun the car and head directly over the cliff in a confrontation with
Modesty is a virtue, but rather than telling the courts to
practice restraint, the Bush Administration should rein in its own
abuses of power.
As voters expressed their disgust, this election signaled a repudiation of the corrupt Bush regime, a clear antiwar victory and the collapse of the conservative order.
The 109th Congress, led by Republican
Senators McCain, Warner, and Graham and with the acquiescence of many
Democrats, is poised to legalize torture, trials with secret evidence,
and annulment of the right of habeas corpus
As a strike group of six US Naval vessels prepares to deploy to the Persian Gulf, wary critics of the Bush Administration and some members of the military are raising flags that an "October surprise" attack on Iran may be imminent. Others are skeptical.