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  • Call the Bushes a dynasty -- but the Clintons? No.

    To the editor: We keep hearing about the “dynasty” candidates, identified as Republican Jeb Bush and Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton, as if they are somehow equivalent. Sure, it makes for a good story line, but it promotes a false equivalence....
  • Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton: Neither would be 'more of the same'

    Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton: Neither would be 'more of the same'
    Hillary Rodham Clinton is the front-runner in the Democratic presidential primary, and Jeb Bush is a front-runner in the Republican one. And although there is a lifetime of politics between now and the next election, there's a good chance that, on Nov. 8,...
  • Should Jeb! embrace his last name?

    Should Jeb! embrace his last name?
    Jeb Bush has brought back the exclamation point. Yes, back when he ran for governor of Florida in  1998 against Buddy McKay, he used the Jeb! signs. Back then I think he used them because his only real selling point was to call McKay a liberal. That...
  • Jeb Bush maintains Florida lead, Marco Rubio surges

    Jeb Bush maintains Florida lead, Marco Rubio surges
    As former Gov. Jeb Bush prepares to formally announce next week what everyone already knows — that he's running for president — a poll out Thursday shows he's maintaining his front-runner status among Florida Republicans. But U.S. Sen....
  • Jeb Bush, in Berlin, calls for aggressive stance on Putin and takes aim at Obama

    Jeb Bush, in Berlin, calls for aggressive stance on Putin and takes aim at Obama
    Jeb Bush, hoping to polish his foreign policy credentials before he formally announces a White House bid, launched a three-nation trip to Europe on Tuesday by lauding his father’s role in the unification of Germany after the Berlin Wall fell in...
  • Nobody Needs Another Presidential Library

    Nobody Needs Another Presidential Library
    Right now rangers are readying Acadia Park in Maine for the summer arrival of 2.4 million visitors. But there is not nearly enough staff to handle all those visitors. Acadia, like all national parks, has suffered from budget cuts due to sequestrations,...
  • How the Bush dynasty started

    WASHINGTON -- As the senior President George Bush at 91 reflects on his political career, he way well smile at the circumstances that in time led to the current prospect of the nation's first three-president dynasty. The narrative began with his failed...
  • Lessons from Iraq should help U.S. avoid the torture trap

    Lessons from Iraq should help U.S. avoid the torture trap
    The U.S. Senate will soon consider an amendment by Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., that would prevent torture from being used during interrogation by any U.S. personnel. This amendment to the National Defense Authorization...
  • Don't forget Vincent Bugliosi's works on the George W. Bush presidency, readers say

    Don't forget Vincent Bugliosi's works on the George W. Bush presidency, readers say
    Everyone has a favorite Vincent Bugliosi book, especially those who don't like George W. Bush. That best sums up the reader reaction to the legendary Manson family prosecutor's death last Saturday at the age of 80. That trial, which took place in Los...
  • Bush happy to echo father's legacy in eastern Europe

    Jeb Bush strolled the halls of the Polish parliament, praised Germany's economic boom since the fall of the Berlin Wall and visited Estonia, a once-bleak Soviet state that now has a growing, free-market high-tech economy. If the goal was to stoke...
  • The recurring themes of Jeb Bush's campaign announcements

    WASHINGTON The announcement of a political campaign whether for a local school board seat, state House office, or president of the United States usually includes little surprise and even less news. Instead, these ceremonial events offer a glimpse into how...