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George W. Bush

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  • Where was Obama the progressive six years ago?

    To the editor: Some laud President Obama for bravery in laying out a progressive agenda; I disagree with them. To me, his State of the Union address reinforced my notion that he acts like a con man. ("'State of the union is strong,' Obama declares in...
  • War in two directions

    "Sometimes they have drug and alcohol problems and when they feel that the VA is ignoring them, not answering the phone, failing to return calls for assistance or there are long wait times, they get more and more disgruntled. The VA is ripe for a mass...
  • Christie hammers home message, nails down support of Home Depot cofounder

    TRENTON, N.J. As New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie nears a decision on whether to run for president, he faces a likely crowded Republican primary field and competition for wealthy donors. One billionaire, however, has made his allegiance to Christie clear....
  • Tennis center jobs to pay average of $100K

    Tennis center jobs to pay average of $100K
    The U.S. Tennis Association has proposed creating 119 jobs that pay an average of $100,000 in order to get more than $1 million of state incentives for its international-caliber tennis center planned for Lake Nona. To get the tax rebates and other...
  • Ouster of FDLE chief demands investigation

    Ouster of FDLE chief demands investigation
    Gov. Rick Scott is right: Leadership posts in state government are not lifetime appointments. But that fact doesn't get Scott off the hook if he misled the public about the replacement of the longtime commissioner of the Florida Department of Law...
  • Obama shuns South Carolina for, well, just about everywhere else

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama was so close to the South Carolina state line in 2012 that had his Secret Service agents been smart, they would have hopped over the border from Charlotte, N.C., and into Fort Mill, S.C., to buy the cheaper gas for the...
  • Ramesh Ponnuru: Republicans don't need to 'show they can govern'

    Now that Republicans are in control of both chambers of Congress, what should they do? "Prove they can govern," says a CNN headline. "Show they can govern," suggests the New York Times. "Prove that we can govern with maturity," offers Sen. Cory Gardner,...
  • Panama City airport adds daily flights to Orlando

    Panama City airport adds daily flights to Orlando
    WEST BAY, Fla. (AP) — Silver Airways will begin offering daily flights from Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport to Tampa and Orlando. The airlines announced Monday that it will offer twice-daily flights to Orlando International Airport...
  • Obama tax agenda widens partisan gulf as he seeks redistribution

    WASHINGTON Democrats are abandoning what was once an area of promising bipartisan agreement on tax policy: lowering individual tax rates and broadening the base. The party, led by President Barack Obama, is instead increasingly viewing tax policy as a...
  • 'Against the Sun' tells an overly familiar survival tale without fuss

    Three downed Navy airmen stuck on a raft in the middle of the Pacific in World War II for weeks on end. It's a familiar movie narrative, at least in part, because it happened more than once, even happened to a future president (George H.W. Bush) and...
  • Results of long-delayed British inquiry into Iraq war pushed back until after election

    The report of an inquiry into Britain's role in the Iraq war will be delayed until after a national election in May, its chairman said, provoking dismay from politicians of all parties Wednesday. Sir John Chilcot, a former senior civil servant who is...