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Bush Puts a 'Cancer on the Presidency'
Worse Than Watergate," the title of a new book by John Dean, Richard Nixon's White House counsel, is a depressingly accurate measure of the chicanery of the Bush/Cheney cabal. According to Dean, who began his political life at the age of 29 as the Republican counsel on the House Judiciary Committee before being recruited by Nixon, "This administration is truly scary and, given the times we live in, frighteningly dangerous."
The Barreling Bushes
Four generations of the dynasty have chased profits through cozy ties with Mideast leaders, spinning webs of conflicts of interest.
Kevin Phillips' new book, "American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush,"
'We Did Exactly What Al-Qaeda Said We Would Do'
Against All Enemies, Richard Clarke's devastating book indicting the Bush administration's approach to terrorist threats.
New Book Details Bush/Big Oil Negotiations With Taliban BEFORE WTC
Bush-Cheney/Big Oil and Afghanistan's Taliban negotiated for MONTHS over running a Caspian Sea oil pipeline through Afghanistan. Talks began in February and continued right on until only one MONTH before New York City's World Trade Center towers were demolished. Jean-Charles Brisard and Guillaume Dasquie, "Bin Laden: The Forbidden Truth"
A burgeoning genre: the White House tell-all
Throughout the modern publishing era, nearly every administration has had its "turncoats" - high-level officials who leave and write tell-all books criticizing their former bosses.
But lately, it seems the Bush administration is becoming a virtual factory for malcontented memoirists.
O'Neill: Bush planned Iraq invasion before 9/11
The Bush administration began planning to use U.S. troops to invade Iraq within days after the former Texas governor entered the White House three years ago, former Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill told CBS News' 60 Minutes.
Bush Sought ‘Way’ To Invade Iraq?
“From the very beginning, there was a conviction, that Saddam Hussein was a bad person and that he needed to go,” says O’Neill, who adds that going after Saddam was topic "A" 10 days after the inauguration - eight months before Sept. 11.
Clarke's book shows why Bush fears truth
Dick Clarke's book confirms in detail what some of us have long suspected: During the first nine months of 2001, the Bush administration largely ignored loud alarms about Al Qaeda sounded by Mr. Clarke, by C.I.A. director George Tenet and by other former Clinton administration officials.
They Can't Even Keep Their Own Lies Straight-Humorous Photo
Kevin Phillips, Author of "American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush"
"Now what I get a sense of from all of this -- and then topped obviously by spending all the money in 2000 to basically buy the election -- is that this is not a family that has a particularly strong commitment to American democracy. Its sense of how to win elections comes out of a CIA manual, not out of the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution." -- Kevin Phillips
Weapons of Mass Deception: The Uses of Propaganda in Bush's War on Iraq
Rampton and Stauber show us a brave new shocking world where savvy marketers, “information warriors,” and “perception managers” can sell an entire war to consumers. Indeed, Washington successfully brought together the world’s top ad agencies and media empires to create “Operation: Iraqi Freedom”
Cheney staff accused of role in CIA leak
In new book, Joseph Wilson names administration officials who may have leaked wife's job.
The Insiders Are Coming Out
There is no way to take an Imperial Presidency to task for its actions when deliberate gibberish is the rule of the news day. There is no way, unless the White House insiders come out and start talking. Suddenly, that is exactly what is happening.
Paul O'Neill's Insider Account of the Bush Administration:
Why It Landed Him In the Midst of A Government Investigation
Mr. O'Neill seems to have provided the author with a thorough, compelling critique of a White House in which political considerations trump policy analysis with alarming frequency. Also, as is now well-known, the book tells us about President Bush's deep interest in regime change in Iraq long before 9/11 gave him the justification for invasion.
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