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The Greening of George W. Bush
An industry pollution control program started backed by Gov. George W. Bush has cleaned less than 3% of the industrial toxic emissions it aimed to clean up.
News Story  October 27, 2000, by Louis Dubose
"...Glen Maxey that the bill represented an opportunity to improve the governor's image in the environmental community; its passage would "make Gov. Bush green for the presidential primaries." The bill was passed in May 1999 and signed into law by the governor, and a year after it went into effect in September of 1999, it has done little to clean up the air..."

Richardson Tells Bush to Back Off
Democratic Prez candidate Bill Richardson firES off a letter to Prez George W. Bush, urging him to end the feds' "heartless" policy of harassing seriously ill medi-pot patients.
DAILY News  August 22, 2007, by Jordan Smith
"...17 fired off a letter to Prez George W. Bush, urging him to end the feds' "heartless" policy of harassing seriously ill medi-pot patients who use the drug in compliance with state laws. The Bush Administration has reportedly threatened to target New Mexico state officials with federal prosecution in the event that New Mexico lawmakers passed a medi-pot law – which they did earlier this year, making the Land of Enchantment the 12th state to pass a law legalizing the use of medi-mari by seriously ill patients..."

George H. W. 'The Dude' Bush
Do the foreign policy debacles of Bush 43 rehabilitate the career of Bush 41?
DAILY News  April 4, 2008, by Matt Martinez
"...W. Bush was the right man in the right place at the right time for his presidential term..."

The Next Bush in Line
Split opinions on George P. Bush as “Latino Leader”
DAILY News  March 30, 2015, by Michael King
"...If you have an opinion on General Land Office Commissioner George Prescott Bush – in particular his status as a leader of Latino-Americans – today is your day to express it. He’s being honored by UT-Austin for his “public service and exemplary leadership” – and opposed by Chicano and Latino civil rights activists for his conservative politics...."

W.'s Paper Chase
Bush attempts to have his state papers declared federal property.
News Story  September 28, 2001, by Lucius Lomax
"...presidential election, a convoy of trucks left the state Capitol complex in Austin. The trucks were on a 110-mile trip to the southeast, to College Station and Texas A&M University -- specifically, to the George Bush Presidential Library on the A&M campus..."

Gorgeous George
George P. Bush capitalizing on Latino roots to stump for Uncle George.
News Story  August 11, 2000, by Russell Contreras
"...A Latino voter registration drive in Aurora, Ill., last month was nothing to write home about -- until George P. Bush mamboed into town and livened things up a bit..."

John Dean on Bush
The former White House counsel reveals just how far we've (not) come since Nixon
News Story  July 25, 2008, by Richard Whittaker
"...Dean came to public prominence for giving insight into the workings of the White House, and former White House press secretary and Austinite Scott McClellan has followed suit with his recent book, What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington's Cul­ture of Deception ("belatedly," noted Dean). While McClellan wrote about the Texans in the Bush cabinet (see "Who Did He Serve?" June 20), Dean sees another side of the equation: the veterans of Nixon's cabinet and campaign machine who survived to become pivotal in Bush's administration..."

Bush's Faith-Based Farewell
Final presidential address from the Texan president throws red meat to small government crowd
DAILY News  January 16, 2009, by Richard Whittaker
"...Anyone expecting a Eisenhower-style warning from President George W. Bush in last night's farewell address should have known that they were in for a disappointing night..."

The Hightower Report: Who's Feeding the Bush Puppy?
George P. Bush is considering a (well-financed) run for land commissioner
News Column  February 15, 2013, by Jim Hightower
"...Guess what? George Bush is back!..."

Burka on Bush
How did Texas Monthly's Paul Burka, a Democrat, end up becoming one of George W. Bush's biggest fans in the press corps?
News Story  July 20, 2001, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...How did he end up becoming one of George W. Bush's biggest fans in the press corps? And did he mean to? And what does he think now?..."

Gorging on George
News Column  May 27, 1999, by Lee Nichols
"...Unlike his predecessors, Gov. Bush maintains a friendly relationship with the Capitol press corps..."

Bush vs. Bush
Clean Air: Optional or Mandatory?
News Story  May 27, 1999, by Robert Bryce
"...Governor Bush rarely talks about the environment. It wasn't mentioned in his inaugural address..."

Where Was George?
News Story  May 27, 1999, by Louis Dubose
"...George W. Bush was at the National Republican Governors' Conference and House Democrats had just walked out of a caucus where they had discussed CHIP -- the federal/state Children's Health Insurance Program..."

Bush: The Book
News Story  May 27, 1999
"..."Why," Bill Minutaglio wants to know, "do people think I'm writing an authorized book on George Bush? I've had Rolling Stone and alternative weeklies from all over calling to ask me if it's true."..."

Under the Holiday Bush
A holiday gift guide for the political junkie.
News Story  December 12, 2003, by Lee Nichols
"...Who says George W. Bush has wrecked the economy? He -- and his supporters in the right-wing media echo chamber -- have spawned an entire industry devoted to ridiculing and skewering his administration, his policies, and/or him personally..."

W.
Oliver Stone’s Bush portrait is a tale of two movies: one a humanizing portrait of a failure as a young man, the other a damning but unsurprising look inside an administration gone loopy on ideological zealotry.
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Film Review  October 17, 2008, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...Stone’s young George W. Bush (played with gusto by Brolin) is a Horatio Alger hero in reverse: Born into wealth and power, he chooses to wallow in the mire of fleeting romantic affairs, intellectual indifference, meaningless day jobs, and alcohol (especially alcohol) rather than buy into his role as the standard-bearer of the Bush legacy..."

Bush's Dirty Plan for Clean Skies
Bush's plan to "reduce" emissions could actually mean more air pollution.
News Story  February 22, 2002, by Lee Nichols
"...Last week President George W. Bush announced his plan to clean our polluted air, but environmental groups say the proposal is all smoke and mirrors -- and mostly smoke..."

Where Bush Is Banking on Votes
News Story  July 29, 1999
"...George W. Bush; the presidential candidate has promised to campaign "vigorously" there through November 2000..."

Clergy: Bush Shalt Not Kill
News Story  October 11, 2002, by Lee Nichols
"...More than 70 clergy and religious leaders from several different faiths and religious institutions came together last Thursday to denounce President George W. Bush's drive for war with Iraq..."

Reefer Madness: Bush Pardons Hip-Hop Artist
John Forté was dealt harsh sentence under draconian drug law
News Column  December 12, 2008, by Jordan Smith
"...President George W. Bush on Nov..."

I Remember George Bush on 9/11 Quite Well
Postmarks  September 8, 2005
"...Dear Editor, A recent letter-writer asked if we remember George W. Bush on 9/11 [“Postmarks,” Sept..."

Bush Tackles Taxes
News Column  January 31, 1997
"...George W. Bush delivered his long-awaited State of the State speech to a joint session of the Texas Legislature..."

Bush's 'Snow' Job
Postmarks  June 3, 2007
"...Dear Editor, I agree with writer Frank Belanger that it's time George W. Bush was impeached [“Postmarks” online, May 30]..."

¿Adelante con Bush o Kerry?
Election talk at the U.S. Hispanic Chamber's Austin conference
News Story  September 24, 2004, by Lee Nichols
"...Among the many panels and workshops held Sept. 15-18, Naked City dropped in on one asking who would do more for small businesses: John Kerry or George Bush? Judging from the volume and aggressive questioning of some attendees, one might give the edge to Bush in this demographic, although most of the 100 or so who listened in on the panel were more reserved in expressing opinions..."

My Religious Beliefs More Important Than the Laws of This Republic, Vote Bush!
Postmarks  March 26, 2004
"...With that, in response to the minority's right to be protected, I ask: Is America not a democracy, and does a majority not rule in a democracy? America needs political leaders like George W. Bush that are willing to apply the laws of the Bible to the law of the land and stand up for what the majority adamantly supports..."

Trust the Bush Administration
Postmarks  January 19, 2004
"...Dear Editor, Not quite sure where to start, but Adler's ["Nukes Are Back!," News, Jan. 16, 2004] tirade against the Bush administration's plans for possible nuclear weapons usage is full of holes..."

Borderline Bush
Bordertown Blues
News Story  May 27, 1999, by Erica C. Barnett
"...state. But Bush has done little or nothing to promote border initiatives in the Legislature, where a major border infrastructure bill died in the House Financial Institutions committee this session..."

Bush Dodges Another Bullet
Dan Rather takes one for the president
News Story  September 24, 2004, by Michael King
"..."There are a lot of questions and they need to be answered." That was President Bush weighing in – not on his dishonest and disastrous war against Iraq, but on the far more pressing controversy of our time. That is, whether CBS anchor Dan Rather had used possibly forged documents regarding Bush's service in the Texas Air National Guard in the late Sixties and early Seventies..."

Doesn't Trust Bush
Postmarks  February 18, 2004
"...Dear Editor, While the American media examines the credibility gap surrounding George W. Bush and his false claims of Iraqi WMDs, a new and unsightly image of the Bush White House is emerging. Let's review the past behavior of this new Bush White House and let's assume that Bush and his boys were lying to us all the time, about everything. First – why rush a war with Iraq? It's now unarguable that Bush knew Hussein wasn't a nuclear threat..."

Beating Around the Bush
When Zack Exley built his parody site of George W. Bush, he expected a simple call : he got a whole lot more.
Screens Story  March 3, 2000, by Ron Deutsch
"...Changing the way politics is seen on the Net: priceless. In December 1998, Zack Exley, a then-29-year-old database programmer and former union organizer from Sommerville, Massachusetts, discovered that the domain name gwbush.com had not been bought up by the Bush campaign..."

Doesn't Like 'Statesman's Endorsement of Bush
Postmarks  October 27, 2004
"...To the editor, I have lost all faith in the intelligence and objectivity of the Austin American-Statesman following their endorsement of President Bush's re-election. It is ironic that they endorsed Bush the same week they ran an article giving polling results showing that the majority of Bush supporters have their facts wrong on a number of significant issues..."

Bush and Cheney – Flip-Flop Masters
Postmarks  September 22, 2004
"...Dear Editor, President Bush and Vice-President Cheney have been relentlessly making fun of Senator John Kerry's "ever-changing" positions on Iraq. What they fail to remember however is that they too have had eight different positions on Iraq..."

Bush No Friend to Vets
Postmarks  August 23, 2004
"...Dear Editor, According to a CBS poll, many veterans are voting for George W. Bush..."

W, meet Laura. Laura, meet W.
W. kicks off AFF at the Paramount
DAILY Screens  October 17, 2008, by Joe O'Connell
"...If you saw the premiere of W as the Austin Film Festival got under way on Thursday--or even if you've just seen the film's trailer on television--you probably remember Jonna Juul-Hansen, who portrays Jan O'Neil, a real-life friend of Laura Bush who introduced Laura to George W. Bush back in the day..."

Neighbor Helping Neighbor: McClellan and Bush
Selected quotes from 'What Happened'
News Story  June 20, 2008
"...I thought highly of his style of bipartisan leadership and the outstanding team he had assembled to advance his agenda, but I had never imagined becoming a part of it. Mem­bers of Bush's team were understand­ably bright, outwardly humble, and they seemed committed to serving something larger than their own interests – probably the reason they all seemed to work well with one another..."

Another Weak Hitler-and-Bush Comparison – Why?
Postmarks  February 10, 2004
"...Black, your dismissal of anyone who dares to draw a comparison between Adolph Hitler and George W. Bush struck me as crass and rather callous ["Page Two," Jan..."

Senators Go for Bush's Man
Roberts nomination sails along
News Story  September 30, 2005, by Jordan Smith
"...3. And if the Bush administration has its way, the court will add a third by docketing its appeal of a Nebraska case, in which the government is seeking to reinstate a federal law banning all late-term, or so-called partial-birth, abortions..."

Bush Speak, Bush Facts, Bush Truth
Postmarks  September 19, 2003
"...President Bush today denied there was any connection between Iraq and 9/11. "We've had no evidence that Saddam Hussein was involved with September the 11th." But note this text of a letter from the president to the speaker of the House of Representatives and the president pro tempore of the Senate on March 18, 2003: Dear Mr..."

Point Austin: Clinton's Wars, Bush's Wars, Obama's ...
A peace prize, a peace rally, and more of the same
News Column  October 16, 2009, by Michael King
"...We're still a good long ways from ending what Obama calls George W. Bush's "war of choice" in Iraq, but seem finally, clumsily headed in that direction..."

Bush Awarded Purple Heart. No, Really.
"We feel like emotional wounds and scars are as hard to carry as physical wounds."
DAILY News  April 24, 2007, by Wells Dunbar
"...File under "Rendering Irony Obsolete": WASHINGTON – Bill and Georgia Thomas reported they were elated Monday when they met in the Oval Office with President George W. Bush to present him with a Purple Heart..."

Bush Deserves Same Treatment as Stewart
Postmarks  March 22, 2004
"...In 1990 George W. Bush made an $800,000 profit selling Harken stock, just before a quarterly report sent its value plummeting..."

Bush's National Guard Service
Postmarks  February 19, 2004
"...Dear Editor, While it is disconcerting, to say the least, to think that George W. Bush may have failed to faithfully fulfill his commitment to the National Guard and his country, there is a much more disturbing facet of this controversy that deserves our attention..."

Bush Claims Vs. Reality
Postmarks  February 10, 2004
"...Dear Editor, President George W. Bush lied about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction in order to get America to go along with his plan to attack Iraq..."

Impeach Bush
Postmarks  January 9, 2009
"...Dennis Kucinich's 35 articles of impeachment against George W. Bush..."

Bush Should Know About Drunk
Dubya talks economics and housing prices in Houston. Nation removes jaw from floor.
DAILY News  July 23, 2008, by Richard Whittaker
"...George W. Bush was going to remain presidentially above campaigning this year, guess again..."

Bush Boozing Frazzles First Lady Laura
Dubya's drink sends Laura out the White House?
DAILY News  April 30, 2007, by Wells Dunbar
"...From no less a journalistic authority than E! gossip guru Ted Casablanca: Is there trouble at the White House between Dubya and first lady Laura Bush? I hear someone's headed for a hotel, could she already be there? … U.S. Chief of Grief, George W..."

Bush Is an Idiot
Postmarks  January 26, 2006
"...Dear Editor, George W. Bush is an idiot..."

Bush and Gang Are War Criminals
Postmarks  November 14, 2005
"...Likewise, by proselytizing behind information they knew to be discredited, George W. Bush and his underlings knowingly lied to the American people to justify attacking Iraq..."

Time to Fire President Bush
Postmarks  October 8, 2004
"...Dear Editor, It has become clear that the Bush administration either lied about the need to invade Iraq or was incompetent at interpreting their own intelligence data. While I'm delighted that the Iraqi people are enjoying so much freedom between car bombs, wasn't it the job of our president to protect the U.S.? Hasn't anyone told him that bin Laden is a thousand miles from Iraq? Looking at this the way any good boss would, it's time to tell George W..."

Bush Demo Lawsuit Fails
News Story  January 24, 2003, by Michael King and Jordan Smith
"...That's what the demonstrators, organized by the Democracy Coalition, were chanting on April 27, 2001, as they walked from the Bullock Museum over to the Governor's Mansion to protest an Austin visit by George W. Bush, installed in the White House a couple of months before by the U.S..."

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