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"There ought to be limits to freedom."-George Bush, 1999
Bush criticizes Web site as malicious
Saying "there ought to be limits to freedom," Gov. George W. Bush has filed a legal complaint against the owners of a Web site that lampoons his White House bid.
Presidential contender's reaction to parody Web site backfires
The parody George W. Bush Web site has gotten 6,451,466 hits during the first 25 days of May, thanks in part to the story's front-page treatment by The New York Times online edition, Exley said yesterday. Meanwhile, the real George W. Bush Web site has gotten about 30,000 hits in May, according to Bush spokeswoman Mindy Tucker.
"If this were a dictatorship, it would be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I'm the dictator." George W. Bush-December 18, 2000
If I Were a Dictator... by GEORGE W. BUSH
George W. Bush has stated he'd prefer to be a dictator at least three times
“Free-Speech Zone” The administration quarantines dissent.
On Dec. 6, 2001, Attorney General John Ashcroft informed the Senate Judiciary Committee, “To those who scare peace-loving people with phantoms of lost liberty … your tactics only aid terrorists, for they erode our national unity and … give ammunition to America’s enemies.” Some commentators feared that Ashcroft’s statement, which was vetted beforehand by top lawyers at the Justice Department, signaled that this White House would take a far more hostile view towards opponents than did recent presidents. And indeed, some Bush administration policies indicate that Ashcroft’s comment was not a mere throwaway line.
Bush Clamping Down On Presidential Papers
The Bush White House has drafted an executive order that would usher in a new era of secrecy for presidential records and allow an incumbent president to withhold a former president's papers even if the former president wanted to make them public.
The Presidential Records Act was passed in 1978 to make Presidential records the property of the public and to assure that these records are released to the public in a timely manner. On November 1, 2001, however, President Bush issued Executive Order 13233 which significantly curtails the disclosure of Presidential records under the Presidential Records Act. Under the new executive order, former Presidents are given virtually unlimited discretion to withhold their records indefinitely.
Michael Moore
Report-Disney Blocking Anti-Bush Documentary
Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Moore's documentary linking President Bush with powerful Saudi families, including that of Osama bin Laden, is stirring up controversy even before its release.
Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9-11 is due to hit theatres on June 25th. But that hasn't stopped a campaign from being launched to intimidate theatre owners into not booking the film:
Conservatives launch pre-emptive strike against documentary critical of Bush 'Fahrenheit 9/11' called propaganda
The California-based organization, called Move America Forward, is headed by former GOP Assemblyman Howard Kaloogian and aided by Melanie Morgan, a talk show host on KSFO 560 AM, both of whom had high-profile roles in support of last year's recall election of former Democratic Gov. Gray Davis.
Republican dirty tricksters join the Motion Picture Association of America to stop Americans from seeing Michael Moore’s new movie, “Fahrenheit 9/11.”
The award winning movie Fahrenheit 9/11 exposes financial connections between President George W. Bush’s family, its associates, and prominent Saudi Arabian families including that of Osama bin Laden. The latter is blamed for masterminding the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington DC. The movie also exposes the Bush administration’s role in evacuating Osama bin Laden's relatives from the US immediately after the September 11 attacks.
Valerie Plame (Joseph Wilson's Wife)
Bush Knew About Leak of CIA Operative's Name
Witnesses told a federal grand jury President George W. Bush knew about, and took no action to stop, the release of a covert CIA operative's name to a journalist in an attempt to discredit her husband, a critic of administration policy in Iraq.
Cheney's Staff Focus of Probe
Federal law-enforcement officials said that they have developed hard evidence of possible criminal misconduct by two employees of Vice President Dick Cheney's office related to the unlawful exposure of a CIA officer's identity last year. The investigation, which is continuing, could lead to indictments, a Justice Department official said.
Cheney Chief-of-Staff Named as Spy-gate Leaker
MSNBC'S Buchanan & Press scored a major scoop on Wednesday, all but unmasking the high government official who "outed" a CIA operative via a July 14 column by Robert Novak. Larry Johnson, a former CIA analyst who worked with Valerie Plame, the reported agent, all but identified "Scooter" Libby as the government official who outed her – and at least one other in the Vice President's office.
Cheney staff accused of role in CIA leak
In new book, Joseph Wilson names administration officials who may have leaked wife's job.
The CIA leak-Robert Novak
The leak now under Justice Department investigation is described by former Ambassador Wilson and critics of President Bush's Iraq policy as a reprehensible effort to silence them.
Bill Mahr
Politically Correct After All
The boys at NewsMax backpedal on their war against Bill Maher after finally figuring out they agree with him.
Dixie Chicks
Political controversy
A controversy has arisen regarding exactly who was responsible for launching the boycott of their music and the extent their fans supported the boycott. Some critics of the boycott, such as Michael Moore, claim the boycott was not a product of large numbers of fans angry at their comments but an organized plot by Bush supporting radio chain executives and the Republican party leadership.
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