The House failed to override Bush's veto of S-CHIP. Here's what Dana Perino had to say about it:The White House said President Bush was pleased with today’s result. “As it.
By now we all know about Bush's politically stupid and unconscionable veto of Congress's bill expanding S-CHIP, the health care program that would cover kids whose families are not poor.
I saw Charles Ferguson's documentary "No End in Sight" last night. Here's a clip: The film, unlike many other documentaries that have been made about Iraq, focuses not on the.
I certainly expected Bush's speech to contain an element of Disney-esue fantasy, but I must admit that I'm somewhat surprised to see that The Decider apparently can't count:Oddly, he thanked.
Poverty is bad for your health. And if the Bush Administration has it's way, it'll stay that way.A bipartisan coalition in Congress has agreed to raise the budget for S-CHIP,.
Simon Heller and Vivian Labaton of the Center for Reproductive Rights have more on the muzzling of Bush administration officials both before and after their departures from the administration (happy.
I wrote last night about what I thought was the most glaring irony of the Libby commutation. I should have thought, when Scott brought Karla Faye Tucker into the discussion,.
A lot of ink (or e-ink) has been spilled today about Bush's commutation of Scooter Libby's sentence. Scott touched on Bush's consistency when it comes to pardons -- loyalty is.