George Herbert Walker Bush

19 Feb 19
creapolítica

Original version in English https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/is-expanding-presidential-power-inherently-bad-for-democracy Feb 18, 2019 6:35 PM EST Read the Full Transcript Judy Woodruff: On this President’s Day holiday, we’re taking a look at presidential powers and how they have changed over time. We’re joined now by two presidential historians Douglas Brinkley, professor of history at Rice University and author of several […]

19 Feb 19
Russia News Now

Eric Zuesse, originally posted at strategic-culture.org On February 8th, the NATO-supporting Atlantik-Bruecke, or Atlantic Bridge, issued their poll, “Vertrauen in der Krise” or “Trust During the Crisis”, and it finds, from scientifically sampling 2,500 Germans, that there is very little trust or confidence in U.S. leadership, and that there is less dis-trust both of Russian […]

19 Feb 19
Russia News Now

Donate Written by Eric Zuesse; Originally appeared on strategic-culture.org On February 8th, the NATO-supporting Atlantik-Bruecke, or Atlantic Bridge, issued their poll, “Vertrauen in der Krise” or “Trust During the Crisis”, and it finds, from scientifically sampling 2,500 Germans, that there is very little trust or confidence in US leadership, and that there is less dis-trust both of Russian and […]

19 Feb 19
Apokalyps Nu!

19-02-19 09:00:00, On February 8th, the NATO-supporting Atlantik-Bruecke, or Atlantic Bridge, issued their poll, “Vertrauen in der Krise” or “Trust During the Crisis”, and it finds, from scientifically sampling 2,500 Germans, that there is very little trust or confidence in US leadership, and that there is less dis-trust both of Russian and of Chinese leadership than of American.  […]

18 Feb 19
TheGreatWork

The House of Borgia are one of the most well known bloodlines of the Black Nobility and are infamous for being murderous and ruthless. They use a red bull on their coat of arms which symbolizes their aggressiveness. The Borgia family originated in Valencia, Spain and are historically known as Marranos which means half-Jews. They […]

18 Feb 19
Andrea Is Reading

Photo by Srikanta H. U on Unsplash Today is Presidents’ Day in the U.S. I like this holiday primarily because I get a day off from work, but also because it’s about presidents. I’m fascinated by the presidency and the people who have occupied the White House. I love reading presidential biographies, and I thought today was the […]

18 Feb 19
Ferrelux

Now deceased (Nov 30th 2018), let’s look back and honor former United States of America, President 41, George Herbert Walker Bush on this year’s President’s Day. I miss him. As I watched all the televised funeral ceremonies with them shopping his body around to all the significant sites & the American band themes going, I was slightly […]

17 Feb 19
DwaInformation

It is now fitting to passionately reminisce those years when I was studying at St. James School aka St. James College of Quezon City considering that I am a loyalty awardee of this academe. It is very heartbreaking to know now that our beloved basic education school would finally meet its end after almost five […]

16 Feb 19
Uppitywoman Designs

I always chuckle at the ads for mattress sales that abound on Presidents’ Day.  Really, why?  Wouldn’t it be better to offer reduced pricing on flags, or maybe apple pie?  But however you celebrate it, it might be good to remember how the whole day started, by George. Well, not by him, but for him.  […]

16 Feb 19
Trauma and the Human Condition

Moon Over Pennsylvania “Any politician who wants to run for president, will come to me…” (Reverend Sun Myung Moon) “Have you ever had one of those wars where everything goes wrong” (Hawkeye Pierce) Guns and religion run bone-deep within our religiously infused American exceptionalism, where God’s elect are authorized to seize territory, kill and enslave […]

18 Feb 19
Golfweek

[jwplayer mAxDAW9a-9JtFt04J] President Trump recently spent $50,000 of his own money to upgrade the golf simulator inside the personal quarters at the White House. Trump, like many presidents before and since, plays golf and has left an impact on the game. Here is a look golf and the presidency. Rather than ranking the skill levels […]

13 Feb 19
@SHIFTPARADIGM

Teachers are an important part of my life. Early on I learned to seek them out. Welcome them when they appeared. Thank them for finding me. Accept their teachings. See the meaning in our shared experiences. Below I honor a teacher of mine. The events memorializing former President George H. W. Bush were solemn and […]

13 Feb 19
24/7 Wall St.

[cnxvideo id=”507121″ placement=”ros”]Though the presidency of the United States is a prestigious job, it does not pay as well as one might think. The annual presidential salary is $400,000. While this is still within the top 1% of American earners, it is very little when compared to the typical compensation given to America’s CEOs and […]

13 Feb 19
Russia News Now

Presidents come and go. The Deep State endures. When there is a chasm between the President and the Deep State, the President almost always loses: Andrew Jackson was outraged by the conduct of Americans Second National Bank. He was so disgusted with the abuse of the American monetary system, he removed all federal money from […]