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George W. Bush

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  • 2016: An unanchored, puzzling election

    So far, the 2016 presidential campaign is not about anything very much, excepting issues specific to the leading and emerging candidates. It has been mostly about controversies swirling around Hillary Rodham Clinton, including the legacy question, which...
  • White House Brief: Things to know about Lincoln Chafee

    Former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee made a surprise announcement Thursday that he was considering a Democratic presidential campaign in 2016. Key things to know about Chafee: ___ THE BRIEF Lincoln Chafee has built a reputation as a contrarian in...
  • Lincoln Chafee considering presidential bid

    Lincoln Chafee on Thursday became the second Republican-turned-Democrat to offer himself as an alternative to all-but declared presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. "Campaigns are the time for debates about the vision for our future and for voters to...
  • Exclusive: New Ted Cruz super PACs take in record haul

    Ted Cruz's presidential effort is getting into the shock-and-awe fundraising business. An associate of the Texas senator, a recently announced presidential candidate, tells Bloomberg that a cluster of affiliated super-political action committees was...
  • Rand Paul and the art of the presidential 'money bomb'

    WASHINGTON Rand Paul begins his presidential journey by lighting the fuse on a "money bomb." "On April 7th, I'm launching a 'Stand with Rand' Money Bomb," a pledge page for one of his political action committees reads. "So I'm counting on youto stand...
  • Probing Hillary's vulnerability

    WASHINGTON -- As the 2016 Republican presidential aspirants assess the best way to confront Hillary Clinton as the Democratic frontrunner, a Republican-turned-Democrat, Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island, thinks he's found her weak spot, and may take her on...
  • Mac Engel: George W. Bush missed his calling

    ARLINGTON, Texas Regardless of what you think of his politics or his presidency, there is no debate that George W. Bush possessed a level of charm and charisma that not every elected President can boast. The man can work a room. A few minutes after...
  • Former ambassador: Early idea to invite Kim to US rejected

    A former ambassador to South Korea says he once suggested that Kim Jong Un be invited to the United States for an "orientation trip" when Kim's father still led North Korea, but the idea was rejected — which he calls a mistake. Donald Gregg spoke...
  • Ramesh Ponnuru: Washington shouldn't control schools

    What do Republicans want federal education policy to look like? In the mid-1990s, they wanted to abolish the Department of Education. A few years later, President George W. Bush wanted to use federal dollars to make states reform their schools. Right now,...
  • The neocons: They're back, and on Iran, they're uncompromising as ever

    The neocons: They're back, and on Iran, they're uncompromising as ever
    If nothing succeeds like failure, then the neoconservatives who championed democracy promotion and regime change against Saddam Hussein are very successful indeed. After the Iraq war went south, the reputations of leading neocons such as former Deputy...
  • Liberal Dems, GOP cling to hope Warren runs for president

    Republicans and liberal Democrats have something in common: Both are trying to keep alive the prospect that Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren will run for president. Warren isn't playing along, making the rounds this week to — yet again —...