Tag Archive for George W. Bush

Farenheit 9/11

I thought Michael Moore’s “Farenheit 9/11” was rather brilliant. Although it dragged in some parts, it impressed because of the way that Moore managed to present cinematically a potentially boring, text-centered issue. Most of what he shows comes from documents that have been in the public domain for some time. He weaves these together in a dramatic blitz of information…

Impeach Bush

“Impeachment appears six times in the U.S. Constitution. The Founders weren’t concerned with anything more than with impeachment because they had lived under King George III and had in 1776 accused the king of all the things that George W. Bush wants to do: Usurpation of the power of the people; Being above the law; Criminal abuse of authority.”

–Ramsey Clark, former U.S. Attorney General

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Four Scary Things – After 9/11

Scary Thing #1 American Council of Trustees and Alumni Lynn Cheney and her organization, The American Council of Trustees and Alumni, is trying to shut down dissent about the “war” in Afghanistan and the government’s response to the WTC. This organization published a manifesto, entitled “Defending Civilization: How Our Universities are Failing America and What Can Be Done About It,”…