Bush Essays

Current Event on Political Contention_ Bush Winning the Political War by Vennochi

An example of newspaper article critiques that is a recent political contention or argument can be the article written by Joan Vennochi entitled ‘Bush Winning the Political War’. This item appeared at the Opinion section of the Boston. com News (http://www. boston. com/news/globe/editorial_opinion/oped/articles/2007/05/06/bush_winning_the_political_war/). It is obvious that what the author had to do in order to attract readers was to give a blunt, eye-catching statement regarding President Bush: “President Bush doesn’t know how to win the ground war in Iraq….

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Eight Years Wasted, the Economic Failures of the Bush Administration

Eight years wasted. That is the description that befits the George W. Bush administration of the United States between 2001 and 2008. Nevertheless, this is not a case of unfair criticism of the Bush administration, as noted by Republican Senator John McCain who served in Bush’s era (Curl). According to McCain as he campaigned for the presidency in 2008, Bush spent a lot of the United States’ resources on the war in Iraq, which consequently led to a massive economic…

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George Walker Bush

George Walker Bush became the President of United States of America on January 20, 2001. As the President of U. S, he had taken many wrong decisions that affected the economy and foreign policy of U. S. He was successful in lying, cheating, killing and drinking his way to the top. He was victorious in his supposed war of terrorism on two countries and continuously killing and harming innocents. George Bush’s War on Terrorism George Walker Bush has not been…

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September 11 Speech by President George W. Bush

The September 11 attacks have truly shaken not just America but the rest of the world. The tragedy was most unthinkable and unimaginable that it caused so much shock and fear for what happened, grief for the lives of loved ones lost and anger for the mad perpetrators. It was an act of war done on American soil to innocent citizens. In the speech of President Bush, he thanked the support of countries from different parts of the world and…

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Bush and Obama

Democracy is generally understood to be the voice of the people in the governance of a nation. In this ‘rule of the people,’ the common folks have the power to control their own policies, that is, how they want to be ruled; and the elected leaders of the people are required to apply reason when listening to the voice of the people in planning and decision making. President George W. Bush was often blamed for refusing to listen to the…

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Bush V Gore

In November 7, 2000 the Presidential election took place in the US. It was found in 8th November, 2000 and reported by the Florida Division of Elections that George Bush was 1700 votes ahead of Gore making the victory margin at 0. 45%. A recount was issued and a much smaller margin was the result in favor of Bush. On 10th November the result was declared in favor of Bush with 327 votes. It should be remembered that during this…

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Bush Fires in California

Bush fires in California are very damaging. News reports show forest covers being literary burned meter by meter as they dangerously approach residential areas. Firefighters use all their resources to stave off the onslaught of the fires as well as the mudslides that appear when the rains pour heavily in people populated areas in this state. The following paragraphs show how the bush fires of California is being tackled. BODY: PARAPHRASE 1 The bush fires of California is everyone’s concern….

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Bush Dynasty

With American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune, and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush Kevin Phillips looks at the Bush-Walker family going back four generations. Phillips uses the term “dynasty” advisedly to mean a fact, not a political theory. He claims that dynasties “tend to show continuities of policy and interest-group bias” and there is a consistency in their behavior (Phillips 2-5). This dynastic tendency need not be a negative thing. This is not unique to the Bush-Walker family…

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Eight Years Wasted, the Economic Failures

Inflation Another aspect of the Bush administration’s failure is an uncontrolled increase in inflation. At the beginning of the Bush administration in 2001, there was a notable decline in the prices of all items and services as compared to the preceding year. Perhaps this was because of the effort by Bush to fulfill campaign promises. The truth of the matter is that after 2001, the prices of all items went up, declining only slightly in 2003. Since then, there was…

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Parents Day Speech

In the United States, Parents’ Day is held on the fourth Sunday of every July. This was established in 1994 when President Bill Clinton signed a Congressional Resolution into law (36 U.S.C. § 135) for “recognizing, uplifting, and supporting the role of parents in the rearing of children.” The bill was introduced by Republican Senator Trent Lott. It was supported by members of the Unification Church which also celebrates a holiday called Parents’ Day, although on a different date.[1][2] Parents’…

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Bush Response to 911 Terrorist Attacks

The terrorist attack of September 11 launched against the United States was one of the most significant events in the history of the United States. The attacks in the heart of the United States’ most industrialized and commercialized city proved that United States, despite being considered as the most powerful country in this era can still be vulnerable to terrorist threats. Thus, the September 11 attack in 2001 against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon was considered as an…

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Bush’s Environment Policy

The bush’s environmental policy basically concentrates mainly on first improving the economic and military condition of the country and then tackling the problem of pollution and environment degradation. The United States of America under bush’s administration is a realist state. For a realist state, international security is one of the main aims. Therefore, his policies are more towards removing hurdles for military development. Plus, resources are scarce, and this is nothing hidden from anyone, and since America largely depends on…

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Bush’s to S Newly Proposed Tax Cut

Bush’s tax cut plan comprised a number of intiatives which were based on the General Tax Cut Plan proposed by administration in 2001 and further comprised those amendments that have been submitted to redefine priorities. The integral part to the plan is ‘the smaller tax cut’ which was included in a $2. 2 trillion budget for fiscal 2004 that the Senate adopted with restrictions. In general terms, Bush proposed to reduce taxes by $726 billion over the next decade. The…

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Effects of Bush’s Foreign Policies

It is not without reason that analysts and scholars alike find Bush’s foreign policy to be alienating the united states in the international system and practicing unilateralism when making key international decisions. Key to these policies is what has come to be referred to as “Bush Doctrine”; this is to denote the nature of President’s Bush dominant policy adopted after the occurrences of the September 11, 2001. Many admit that U. S foreign policy changed dramatically after that attack, assuming…

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Bush Sr & Clinton East Asian Security Approaches

President Bush via a main strategic reappraisal as well as continuing below president Clinton together with the U. S Secretaries of Defense Aspin and Perry. The previous administration tried and it is still trying to come into good terms with domestic pressures. It wants a calm dividend as well to adapt what the U. S has been always doing strategically to post cold war circumstances in a safe plus cautious way. All of this assists in helping to keep alive…

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