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George W. Bush
... of a similar plunge in 20o5, following the reelection of president George W. Bush. The US quickly regained the top spot, though, and rarely stays ...
... University of Michigan after working in the administration of former President George W. Bush, had also never served as a judge prior to Snyder's appointment. ...
... and sometimes was seen a rival for power to his president, George W. Bush. Biden, on the other hand, was the most visibly engaged vice ...
... untrue,'' said Sara Fagen, a White House political director under President George W. Bush. ''This is one you send your vice president on.'' The president's ...
... means the government can help provide solutions. That is what President George W. Bush sought to do when he signed a 2001 bill raising the ...
... pass-throughs from reinventing themselves—or perhaps re-reinventing themselves—as conventional corporations. When President George W. Bush's advisers penned a tax plan in 2005, they proposed a single ...
... cash flow were so drained that Immelt had to phone President George W. Bush and ask for a line of credit to keep the company ...
... person who expanded it from landlines to cell carriers was President George W. Bush. Lifeline's budget did grow under Obama, nearly tripling from 2008 to ...
... former Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs under President George W. Bush, claimed that Venezuelan nationals were attempting to interfere in Honduras's November ...
... songs as "American Idiot," which was written about former Republican President George W. Bush, "We always live in chaos and once you think you start ...
... from 46 percent to 34 percent. Yet wages fell. Likewise, President George W. Bush's tax cuts in 2001 and 2003 produced one of the weakest ...
... Al Gore was heading to a split decision in 2000 against George W. Bush. There's probably a stronger argument that if Bill Clinton had resigned ...
... it - until quite recently. Republican governors such as Perry and George W. Bush were comparatively temperate on the issues of illegal immigration and border ...
... experience as well. Both Azar and Gottlieb worked under former president George W. Bush, as did Leggitt and Grogan, as Erin notes. It's Friyay! A ...
... the nominations of judges. In all administrations since Dwight Eisenhower's (except George W. Bush's) the American Bar Association (ABA) has vetted prospective judicial nominees' legal ...
... big tobacco; Dan Rather's disastrous story, based on fake documents, that George W. Bush tried to duck serving in Vietnam; Lara Logan's report on Benghazi ...
... term, Ridge s name surfaced as a possible running mate for George W. Bush, then the presumptive favorite to win the GOP presidential nomination. Ultimately, ...
... dividing Americans were made about the presidencies of Barack Obama and George W. Bush. Is this political year different? Yes, because Donald Trump is outside ...
... trust in Washington. This was already achieved by presidents such as George W. Bush and Barack Obama who the media occasionally exalted to the skies," ...
... has been building since the beginning of the past decade, fueled by Bush v. Gore, George W. Bush's subsequent decision to go to war in ...
... in a near-swing state, a moderate Army veteran who voted for George W. Bush and opposes sanctuary cities could win a comfortable victory over a ...
... as "fiscally conservative," told one interviewer she voted twice for President George W. Bush and appeared semi-regularly on Fox News's Sean Hannity Show in 2011 ...
... Korea as a "state sponsor of terrorism," a designation that President George W. Bush's administration removed in 2008 as it sought a diplomatic agreement to ...
... off virtually all nonhumanitarian assistance to the country. In 2003, then-President George W. Bush declared a national state of emergency with respect to Zimbabwe and ...
... a final legislation, Sara Fagen, a former senior aide to President George W. Bush, told CNBC on Thursday. She pegged the odds of victory at ...
... lifesaving communications services. The program was updated and reformed under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama to accommodate for technological advances and to strengthen ...
... global perception of the USA was seen following the re-election of George W. Bush, when the USA fell to seventh place. Previously, America has never ...
... of the dead soldiers and civilians caused by the scandals of George W. Bush. Deal? Bill Clinton's misconduct Please include your neighborhood or hometown and ...
... so it is in the contemporary United States, where, to paraphrase George W. Bush's much-derided statement after the 9/11 attacks, you're either with us or ...
... cuts to expire as scheduled. The vast majority of former President George W. Bush's tax cuts were ultimately made permanent. And for many years, lawmakers ...
... House: How Faith Shaped the Presidency From John F. Kennedy to George W. Bush." Carter's reason for doing so, Balmer, said, "was quite clearly to ...
... cut taxes. When past presidents - John F. Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush - proposed tax cuts on the order Trump now proposes, it ...
... on oil from the Middle East - the main argument that George W. Bush administration officials made in 2005 when trying to authorize Arctic refuge ...
... Clinton" during Bill Clinton's presidency to "Hail to the Thief" after George W. Bush's 2000 election win over Al Gore. While the First Amendment protects ...
... Ridge was the nation's first homeland security secretary, serving under President George W. Bush until February 2005. He left the governorship after the terrorist attacks ...
... lies about their relationship -- was a failure. So, too, was George W. Bush's insistence that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction and, therefore, represented ...
... George H.W. Bush brought it back in 1989. Bill Clinton and George W. Bush were fans of the pageantry as well. For Barack Obama, the ...
... chief of staff of U.S. Customs and Border Protection under President George W. Bush, then co-founded the Command Group with other former Bush officials in ...
... the Trade Act of 1974. It was in 2002 under President George W. Bush, and the duties targeted imported steel. The European Union, China, Japan, ...
... effect. Judge Baylson, who was appointed to the bench by President George W. Bush, rejected the notion that Philadelphia was lenient on criminals, writing that ...
... goodies in order to obtain one vote after another." Former President George W. Bush was more subtle, perhaps because of the example of his predecessor. ...
... understanding of the importance of maintaining an independent Justice Department. Neither George W. Bush nor Barack Obama ordered investigations into their rivals for the presidency. ...
... president said. I think it s a very good relationship. Remember George W. Bush s unfortunate remark that he looked Putin in the eye and ...
... cut proposals after the red ink reared its head. After President George W. Bush signed tax cuts in 2001 and 2003, his administration sought to ...
... D. Negroponte, who served as deputy secretary of state under President George W. Bush, said Mr. Trump should get credit, both for developing relationships with ...
... by turning off the individual tax cuts, much like former President George W. Bush's tax cuts had an expiration date. That means Congress would face ...
... all concerned, this is one," said Leon, an appointee of President George W. Bush. "This is not the kind of case, in my judgment, where ...
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