George Bush Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Scott Walker orders American on cheesesteaks, avoiding gaffeRead the original story

    Tuesday | KSLA-TV Shreveport

    The governor of the nation's top cheese-producing state has finished up a presidential campaign stop in the capital of cheesesteaks without committing any dietary gaffes. Walker is seeking the Republican presidential nomination.

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  2. Backers, foes of Iran nuclear deal lobby CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KFMB-TV San Diego

    Israel's ambassador to the United States implored congressional Republicans on Wednesday to scuttle President Barack Obama's nuclear deal with Iran and Western powers as the White House dispatched senior administration officials to Capitol Hill to make the case for the accord. The intense lobbying on both sides of the issue reflected the importance of the pact for Obama, seeking a foreign policy capstone in the final months of his presidency, and the fierce opposition from Israel to the accord with Tehran.

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  3. What We Can Learn From Behind-the-Scenes Photos of Dick Cheney on 9/11Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | TIME.com

    Never-before-seen photographs shot inside the White House bunker on Sept. 11 offer an intimate look at how Dick Cheney was affected by the day's events Pictures of the burning World Trade Center towers, images seared in minds around the U.S. and the world, quickly came to define the Sept.

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  4. Spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard granted paroleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KION 46

    Convicted spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard has been granted parole and will be released from an American jail on Nov. 21, his lawyer announced Tuesday. Pollard's release -- exactly 30 years after his arrest -- could help ease the tensions between the United States and Israel that have grown over the Iran nuclear deal, which President Barack Obama supports and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vehemently opposes.

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  5. Don Polson: Obamaa s jobs, economic failureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Red Bluff Daily News

    Let's take another look at employment and the economy; Emperor Obama and his cheerleaders insist all is coming up roses-but is that really the case? Political cartoonist Michael Ramirez is a rare conservative cartoonist among what any honest journalist would admit is a liberal/progressive-dominated field.

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  6. Boy Scouts End Ban On Gay Scout LeadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Outside the Beltway

    But the new policy allows church-sponsored units to choose local unit leaders who share their precepts, even if that means restricting such positions to heterosexual men. Despite this compromise, the Mormon Church said it might leave the organization anyway.

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  7. Lauren Bush expecting first child with husband David LaurenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Examiner.com

    Lauren Bush is expecting her first child with husband, David Lauren. The couple has been married since 2011, and are finally expanding their family.

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  8. Ben Bernanke dishes on Fed, presidents and baseball at Boston finance conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Business Journal

    Ben S. Bernanke , the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, was in Boston on Tuesday morning for LPL Financial's Focus conference, which has brought thousands of investment advisers to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Onstage at one of the BCEC's auditoriums with LPL Chief Investment Officer Burt White , Bernanke dished on a range of subjects, including his relationships with the two presidents during his tenure as Fed chairman.

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  9. Will he pass the "whiz" test?Read the original story

    Tuesday | Wilson's Almanac

    ... his cheese steak with swiss cheese instead of "Whiz wit": Back in 2004 during the presidential campaign, George Bush ordered his cheese steak "Whiz wit," while John Kerry asked for his with Swiss cheese, a misstep that solidified Kerry's effete ...

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  10. Everything You Need To Know About Ted CruzRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ABC News

    What he does now: U.S. senator representing Texas. First elected in 2012, Cruz sits on the Senate Armed Services, the Commerce, Science and Transportation and the Judiciary committees, among others.

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  11. Critics warn of $11 billion Pentagon health records fiascoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Politico

    System engineers work on servers that store medical records for hospitals across the country at the Cerner Corp. data center. As the Pentagon prepares the biggest federal IT contract announcement since Healthcare.gov, critics are warning of an even bigger fiasco, a record system that's obsolete before it's even finished.

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  12. Right-wing media 'hijacking' Republican Party, concludes Harvard reportRead the original story

    Tuesday | Poynter Online

    It's only fitting that Republican candidates are lobbying Fox News intensely to be among the 10 selected for the first GOP presidential debate on Aug. 6. The Fox role as sponsor bolsters the thesis of a new study that argues conservative media now have undue influence in the Republican Party. Jackie Calmes, a veteran Washington correspondent for The New York Times, makes the case that it's now no longer Republican Party leaders setting the party agenda.

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  13. DOJ Refuses to Release Secret Cybersecurity MemoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Government Executive

    Sen. Ron Wyden has many problems with the cybersecurity bill that the Senate may take up before the August recess. Wyden, the Democratic privacy hawk from Oregon, claims that a classified Justice Department legal opinion written during the early years of the George W. Bush administration is pertinent to the upper chamber's consideration of cyberlegislation - a warning that reminds close observers of his allusions to the National Security Agency's surveillance powers years before they were exposed publicly by Edward Snowden.

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  14. About that raiseRead the original story

    Tuesday | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    Even as U.S. productivity and working hours have increased, wages have stagnated or declined since 1979. A new overtime rule proposed by the Obama administration would at long last give many working- and middle-class employees a raise.

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  15. 6 charts that show Barack Obama is losing the battle against gun controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Independent

    Sandy Hook, Fort Hood, Charleston: with each atrocity more and more people in the US have called for a reckoning on guns. But despite Barack Obama's increasingly outspoken comments on the need for better national firearms control, the president has been unable to steer the debate and the country towards a tighter crackdown on the manufacture and sale of firearms.

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  16. The Americans With Disabilities Act Is a Model for the World - LiterallyRead the original story

    Tuesday | Common Dreams

    Disability advocates from around the world have long looked to the United States as a leader in opening up space for persons with disabilities to thrive and flourish as full citizens. But that doesn't mean the work is done.

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  17. The Battle Over Education and Civil RightsRead the original story

    Tuesday | Common Dreams

    ... currently hashing out. Congress has failed to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act ever since George Bush rewrote the law and renamed it No Child Left Behind in 2002. The original Act, signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson in ...

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  18. Lizard people, JFK, Roswell: all the conspiracies, right hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Houston Chronicle

    Is it actually possible to live in America and NOT believe some conspiracy to be true ? And I know I'm nominally, at least today, a journalist, so this is probably not my most professional thought, but seriously, even if Oswald acted alone and Roswell was a mylar weather balloon, don't you think something is out there? A long time ago, powerful aliens known as the Anunnaki built the ziggurats in what is now Iraq. They also built stargates: portals for intergalactic and interdimensional travel.

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  19. Obama invites Dems to White House for Wednesday meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Politico

    Obama will likely push Democrats - who are scheduled to leave Wednesday for a five-week recess - to support his nuclear deal with Iran. This is the latest in a series of meetings the president has held to sell his Iran deal.

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  20. Lauren Bush Lauren is pregnant! See her sweet postRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Hellomagazine.com

    It must be baby season for the Bush family as Lauren Bush Lauren announced she is expecting her first child just months after her cousin Jenna Bush Hager revealed she was pregnant with her second. The niece of former President George W. Bush and granddaughter of George H.W. Bush took to Instagram to share the sweet news.

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