President George H.w. Bush

14 Dec 18
Peace and Freedom

A congressional hearing on the Clinton Foundation turned into a fiasco on Thursday after Republicans clashed with their own witnesses — two private investigators who refused to turn over documents that they claimed showed evidence of criminal wrongdoing at the Clinton Foundation. John Moynihan and Larry Doyle, financial analysts who say they have uncovered evidence of […]

14 Dec 18
The Reporter
I cannot believe how the Associated Press, along with almost everyone in the media, took the death of former President George H.W. Bush as yet another opportunity to bash President Trump. I think it’s disgraceful, disrespectful, and shows again just how biased the news media has become. In the Sunday, Dec. 2 edition of The Reporter, one front page story begins, “Donald Trump, the disruptive, anti-establishment president who spent years deriding much of which George H.W. Bush stood for …” Huh … ?! As I recall, the press derided President Bush throughout his presidency, such as raking him over the coals for going back on his promise of “no new taxes” (something he had originally said sincerely, but later realized he would have to renege on for the good of the country), and ridiculing him for his “1,000 points of light” and for being “out of touch” for not understanding bar codes. I remember at the time, realizing how unfair the press was to President Bush. Then, in Wednesday’s Reporter, Albert R. Hunt’s editorial (from the leftist Bloomberg News) writes, “He (Bush) was an inclusive man and had little time for haters. This helps explain why there’s no mutual respect between the Bush family and President Donald Trump.” What?! Trump is a “hater”?! This is so typical of leftists: Just call whom you disagree with a “hater”! Then, in one of Thursday’s front page stories, it just had to mention that Trump had “mocked” Bush in the past. Wow…! By now, almost two years into his presidency, anybody with a brain understands that the mainstream press leans to the left, and that they absolutely hate Trump with undiluted venom. This started several years ago, when Trump went from previously being praised for helping create jobs, especially for minorities, to being an evil villain just as soon as he announced his candidacy for president. But you would think that a solemn occasion such as the death of a former president would be a time to lay aside, even for just a few days, the constant, biased, tiresome, and disgraceful assault by the media against our current president. — Charles D. Roberts/Vacaville
14 Dec 18
Times-Herald
I cannot believe how the Associated Press, along with almost everyone in the media, took the death of former President George H.W. Bush as yet another opportunity to bash President Trump. I think it’s disgraceful, disrespectful, and shows again just how biased the news media has become. In the Sunday, Dec. 2 edition of The Reporter, one front page story begins, “Donald Trump, the disruptive, anti-establishment president who spent years deriding much of which George H.W. Bush stood for …” Huh … ?! As I recall, the press derided President Bush throughout his presidency, such as raking him over the coals for going back on his promise of “no new taxes” (something he had originally said sincerely, but later realized he would have to renege on for the good of the country), and ridiculing him for his “1,000 points of light” and for being “out of touch” for not understanding bar codes. I remember at the time, realizing how unfair the press was to President Bush. Then, in Wednesday’s Reporter, Albert R. Hunt’s editorial (from the leftist Bloomberg News) writes, “He (Bush) was an inclusive man and had little time for haters. This helps explain why there’s no mutual respect between the Bush family and President Donald Trump.” What?! Trump is a “hater”?! This is so typical of leftists: Just call whom you disagree with a “hater”! Then, in one of Thursday’s front page stories, it just had to mention that Trump had “mocked” Bush in the past. Wow…! By now, almost two years into his presidency, anybody with a brain understands that the mainstream press leans to the left, and that they absolutely hate Trump with undiluted venom. This started several years ago, when Trump went from previously being praised for helping create jobs, especially for minorities, to being an evil villain just as soon as he announced his candidacy for president. But you would think that a solemn occasion such as the death of a former president would be a time to lay aside, even for just a few days, the constant, biased, tiresome, and disgraceful assault by the media against our current president. — Charles D. Roberts/Vacaville
14 Dec 18
Viral Topic Zone

A deal being floated to avert a shutdown would be a fold from President Donald Trump, and would be read as such by his base on Capitol Hill. | Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images THE LATEST SHUTDOWN BUZZ FROM 1600 … Several different people inside the White House and on Capitol Hill tell us they are getting […]

14 Dec 18
Update Trend News

A deal being floated to avert a shutdown would be a fold from President Donald Trump, and would be read as such by his base on Capitol Hill. | Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images THE LATEST SHUTDOWN BUZZ FROM 1600 … Several different people inside the White House and on Capitol Hill tell us they are getting […]

14 Dec 18
Viral Rumour

A deal being floated to avert a shutdown would be a fold from President Donald Trump, and would be read as such by his base on Capitol Hill. | Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images THE LATEST SHUTDOWN BUZZ FROM 1600 … Several different people inside the White House and on Capitol Hill tell us they are getting […]

14 Dec 18
Tnewst

A deal being floated to avert a shutdown would be a fold from President Donald Trump, and would be read as such by his base on Capitol Hill. | Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images THE LATEST SHUTDOWN BUZZ FROM 1600 … Several different people inside the White House and on Capitol Hill tell us they are getting […]

14 Dec 18
Peace and Freedom

We are highlighting emotions in our public life at the expense of meaning. Trump, like Obama before him, appealed primarily to emotion. That’s a troubling political trend. . By Peggy Noonan The Wall Street Journal Dec. 13, 2018 7:04 p.m. ET . Beto O’Rourke at a rally in Waco, Texas, Oct. 31. PHOTO: LARRY W SMITH/EPA-EFE/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK . […]

14 Dec 18
viral news reports

A deal being floated to avert a shutdown would be a fold from President Donald Trump, and would be read as such by his base on Capitol Hill. | Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images THE LATEST SHUTDOWN BUZZ FROM 1600 … Several different people inside the White House and on Capitol Hill tell us they are getting […]

14 Dec 18
smartempire

Numerous tributes to George H. W. Bush hailed his crucial role in helping to peacefully close the Cold War and turn out the lights on the USSR. It was the pivotal event of the close of the last century. As a sign of how much things have changed, I was contacted shortly after Bush’s death […]

14 Dec 18
Daily Republic

Tidings of comfort and joy were shared, especially in the second half, when the Solano Winds presented “Sounds of the Season” Dec. 7 at the Downtown Theatre. The program began with British “Sea Songs” by Ralph Vaughn Williams and a Serbian touch with “Cyprian Suite” by Carol Barnett. The suite’s three movements started with a […]

14 Dec 18
Go News Viral

A deal being floated to avert a shutdown would be a fold from President Donald Trump, and would be read as such by his base on Capitol Hill. | Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images THE LATEST SHUTDOWN BUZZ FROM 1600 … Several different people inside the White House and on Capitol Hill tell us they are getting […]

14 Dec 18
Russia News Now

What a difference living long enough can make to a man’s reputation! When George Herbert Walker Bush stepped down as the 41st President of the United States, he was despised – and grossly under-rated – by American liberals and conservatives alike. When he died on November 30, full of years and honors, the outpouring of affection, […]

14 Dec 18
New Delhi Times

 Outgoing Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Thursday that he’d prefer to run for president as a Republican, but only if he’s entering a primary he could win. In an interview with The Associated Press, Kasich acknowledged he probably couldn’t defeat President Donald Trump if the election were held today. He says he’s seriously considering his […]