Can Dubya Reinvent His Presidency?

Ivan Eland: Although Bush can’t change his domestic catastrophes, such as the federal response to Hurricane Katrina or the horrendous financial crisis and the $700 billion Wall Street bailout, if Iraq and Afghanistan eventually reach some stability, he may be regarded as the man who threw out the despotic regimes of Saddam Hussein and the Taliban.

Friday Feedback: Beth Comments on “Edwards the Confessor vs. McCain’s Ongoing Philandering”

Every Friday the LA Progressive features a comment that was particularly noteworthy. This week we are featuring a comment that was submitted in response to “Edwards the Confessor vs. McCain’s Ongoing Philandering,” by Charlie James.. Here’s Beth’s comment: I was born in Washington DC, and have lived within 10 miles of the White House, across [...]

A Condolence Letter, Part 3

In the Constitutional Constellations, a condolence letter sent by a 21st Century Progressive, informed our two foremost Founding Fathers, 1st President Washington and 3rd President Jefferson, regarding the passing of their noble experiment, the U.S. Constitution and the formation of our country.

A Condolence Letter, Part 2

When we left the conversation between former presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, they were commenting on a condolence letter regarding the demise of the United States of America, as written by today’s American Insurgents, (like our founding fathers) today known as Progressive Americans. The two great men have returned to the subject of the [...]

No Bush, No Baker, No Corporate War Maker!

by Linda Milazzo — Some men sacrificed their sons for their nation. George Herbert Walker Bush sacrificed his nation for his son.

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