George W. Bush/External Links
The following are external links related to the main article George W. Bush.
- 1 Directories
- 2 Biography and background
- 3 Presidential data
- 4 External articles
- 5 Web sites calling for Bush's impeachment
- 6 Less-than-flattering articles and web sites
- 7 Less-than-flattering videos
- 8 Bush family
- 9 Recommended reading
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Biography and background
- Official White House biography of George W. Bush
- Bio at rotten.com
- George W. Bush at Wikipedia
- Texas Trouble Spots: George W. Bush's Failed Leadership in Texas. Comprehensive overview of programs.
- Biographical and Statistical Data on George Walker Bush.
- Biography of George W. Bush
- George Walker Bush Biography, InfoPlease.com.
- The Bush Files 1999; The Bush Files 2000
- George Walker Bush, FamousTexans.com.
- George W. Bush Biography, Iraqi News.
- Jim Ryan, The Bush Dynasty. Election Win Would Bolster Family Legacy, ABCNews, 2000.
- Christopher Hitchens, Gov. Death, Truth in Justice, August 7, 1999.
- Exhaustive Linked List of Articles and Documents on the George W. Bush Administration dating from approximately 2000.
- Inaugural Address 2001.
- CIA Kids Page: George Walker Bush.
- The Military Records of George Walker Bush. Document links.
- George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography by Webster G. Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin
- First Inaugural Address of George W. Bush
- Second Inaugural Address of George W. Bush
- G.W.Bush, His Past Life, His Hero, His Legacy
- 2004 Election Cycle. 2001 Income Tax Return.
- Christopher Scheer, 10 Appalling Lies We Were Told About Iraq, AlterNet, June 27, 2003.
- The American Prospect, [Almost] All The President's Lies.
- Rep. Henry A Waxman Report on Bush Administration's promotion of ideology over science.
- A chronology of Bush saying one thing then doing another.
- Compare where President Bush stands on the issues - whereIstand.com
- Lois Romano, George Walker Bush, Driving on the Right, The Washington Post, September 24, 1998.
- David Horowitz, "I'm a uniter, Not a divider", Salon.com, May 6, 1999.
- Alison Mitchell, Man in the News: The 43rd President, George Walker Bush, The New York Times, December 19, 2000.
- George Bush's Pet Goat, 2001.
- Dubya Dubya Dubya. America has been rallying behind its president since war began in Afghanistan. But how is he faring on the net? Chris Alden picks the best George Bush websites, The Guardian', November 6, 2001.
- Tim Shorrock, Making Money, the Bush Way, The Nation, February 19, 2002.
- Eric Alterman, The Roamin' Empire, The Nation, January 27, 2003.
- Ed Nicklow, Does a Scripted "Shrub" Bother You? It Gets Worse, BuzzFlash, March 7, 2003.
- Geov Parrish, The Dubya War Glossary, AlterNet, March 13, 2003.
- Dick Wetherell, The Bush 100, The Center for Public Integrity Releases Report on Bush's Top Appointees, April 2, 2003.
- Elisabeth Bumiller, For Bush, Cold Truths Are Lurking After Pomp on Carrier, The New York Times, May 2, 2003.
- George W. Bush Military Record — and Misrepresentations Pertaining to Military Records, updated May 2, 2003.
- Walter Cronkite, The unilateral president, DenverPost, November 23, 2003.
- Molly Ivins, The Uncompassionate Conservative, MotherJones, November/December 2003: "It's not that he's mean. It's just that when it comes to seeing how his policies affect people, George W. Bush doesn't have a clue."
- Jim Hightower, Bush's Bubble, Intervention Magazine, December 3, 2003.
- George Ochenski, Collapsing credibility. Bush's disinformation policy threatens the nation, everyweek.com, December 4, 2003.
- 'Miserable failure' links to Bush. George W Bush has been Google bombed, BBC/UK, December 8, 2003.
- Bruce Bartlett, Tricky George? Bush-Nixon comparisons don't bode well for '04, National Review, December 10, 2003: "I believe that President Bush is in danger of creating a perception about himself that may prove equally hard to eradicate: It is the view that he's 'Nixonian,' having an approach toward politics and policy paralleling Richard Nixon's. It is characterized by a willingness to subordinate everything to one's re-election -- to say and do anything to advance this goal, with no concern whatsoever for the long-term consequences."
- David Frum, They Got Him, National Review, December 14, 2003: "For now, let's say that while the President's opponents have made much sport of the idea that God called George Bush to the presidency, it's becoming increasingy difficult to doubt that God wants President Bush re-elected."
- Richard W. Stevenson, Remember 'Weapons of Mass Destruction'? For Bush, They Are a Nonissue, New York Times, December 18, 2003.
- Bush 'paid for abortion'. President Bush faced an extraordinary claim last night that he once paid for a girl-friend to have an abortion, Daily Telegraph, February 18, 2004: "The pro-life president arranged for the procedure in the early 1970s, according to porn publisher Larry Flynt. ... The controversial publisher of Hustler magazine told the New York Daily News he will make the claims in a book coming out this summer. ... 'This story has got to come out,' said 61-year-old Flynt. 'There's a lot of hypocrisy in the White House about this whole abortion issue. I've talked to the woman's friends. ... 'I've tracked down the doctor who did the abortion, I tracked down the Bush people who arranged for the abortion I got the story nailed.' ... But Flynt would not disclose if he plans to name the woman."
- Margaret Kimberley, George W. Bush: The Master of Low Expectations, Black Commentator, February 19, 2004: "When President Bush sat down for an interview with Tim Russert on Meet the Press he single-handedly proved that affirmative action is a bad thing. George W. Bush is the poster child for affirmative action."
- William Douglas, "Bush's loyalty raises doubts about his political judgment," Knight Ridder Newspapers, August 4, 2005.
- Dan Froomkin "A Compelling Story," White House Watch Blog/Washington Post, March 31, 2006.
- Jerome Doolittle, "Mission Almost Accomplished," Bad Attitudes, May 17, 2006.
- John Aravosis, "Did George Bush deface American flags in Vienna, Austria today?" AMERICAblog, June 21, 2006.
- "Moby to Bush: 'Stay Out of New York'. Bald techno boffin tells president to take a hike," San Francisco Chronicle, September 11, 2006.
- Sidney Blumenthal, "How bad is he? Bush ran as a moderate, tacked right and governed ineffectually—before 9/11. Since then he's become the most radical American president in history—and arguably the worst," Salon, September 12, 2006.
- Nicolle Bell, "Olbermann’s Special Comment: Are YOURS the actions of a true American?" Crooks and Liars, September 25, 2006. Note: See 10:30-minute Video.
- Billmon, "Land of Opportunity," Whiskey Bar, September 29, 2006.
- Tom Engelhardt, "George Bush's War of the Words," LewRockwell.com, October 11, 2006.
- R. Jeffrey Smith, "Bush Confounded by the 'Unacceptable'. President Wields Word More Freely as His Frustration Rises and His Influence Ebbs," Washington Post, October 13, 2006.
- Thomas M. DeFrank, "One proud Poppy ... but. W follies mar legacy, ex-Prez's aides gripe," New York Daily News, October 15, 2006.
- Dan Froomkin, "Bush in a Snit," Washington Post, October 16, 2006.
- Maureen Dowd, "Running Against Themselves," Welcome to Pottersville Blog, October 24, 2006: "Things have become so dire for the Republicans that now even Bush is distancing himself from Bush. ... The president is cutting and running from the president."
- Peter Baker, "Embittered Insiders Turn Against Bush," Washington Post, November 19, 2006.
- Jon Meacham, "The Prodigal Returns," Newsweek (MSNBC), November 20, 2006 (issue).
- "George Bush, Jr. the Spoiled Brat," blackvoicenews.com, November 30, 2006.
- "'Wash Post' Sunday Debate: Is Bush Worst President Ever?" Editor & Publisher, December 2, 2006.
- Eric Foner, Opinion: "What Will History Say? He's The Worst Ever," Washington Post, December 3, 2006.
- Douglas Brinkley, "Move Over, Hoover," Washington Post, December 3, 2006.
- A. Alexander, "Call Nurse Ratched, the Crazies are Running the 'Institution'," The Progressive Daily Beacon, December 4, 2006.
- Peter Baker, "Hussein and the Bushes: Conflicts Shaped Two Presidencies. U.S., Iraq Continue to Experience Aftereffects of Their Confrontations," Washington Post, December 31, 2006.
- Jeff Lomonaco and Murray Waas, "The United States v. I. Lewis Libby," Union Square Press, Feb. 2, 2007.
- Kitty Kelley, "Why aren't the Bush daughters in Iraq? The president's family has set an appallingly bad example for wartime sacrifice," Los Angeles Times, March 19, 2007. re Operation Iraqi Freedom: Year Five
- Jerome Doolittle, "Bush's Role Model," Bad Attitudes, April 7, 2007. re Ronald Reagan
- Margaret Carlson, "Bush Mired in Stealth, Lies and Cover-Ups," Bloomberg News, April 26, 2007.
- Sheryl Gay Stolberg, "Bush: 'I'm the Commander Guy'," New York Times, May 2, 2007.
- "From 'The Decider' to 'Commander Guy' to 'Veto Man'?" Editor & Publisher, May 2, 2007.
- "The president's new nickname: 'I'm the commander guy'," The Raw Story, May 2, 2007.
- John Dickerson, "Suffer the Children. Now that Bush has talked about our kids, can we ask about his?" Slate, May 25, 2007.
- "The Architects of War: Where Are They Now?" Think Progress, July 2007.
- Dan Froomkin, "How Bush Uses His Generals," Washington Post, July 16, 2007.
- Paul Craig Roberts, "Or Face the End of Constitutional Democracy Impeach Now", CounterPunch, July 16, 2007.
- Muriel Kane, "Old-line Republican warns 'something's in the works' to trigger a police state", The Raw Story, July 19, 2007.
- "Bush’s new Iraqi friend," Think Progress, September 8, 2007.
- "Bush: Condi is smarter, but 'look at who's the president'," Think Progress, September 20, 2007.
- "Bush inartfully suggests Saddam killed Mandela," Think Progress, September 20, 2007. Note: Nelson Mandela is very much alive.
- Murray Waas, "The Case of the Gonzales Notes,"The Atlantic, Sept. 26, 2008.
- Murray Waas, "What Bush Told Gonzales," The Atlantic, Sept. 26, 2008.
- Murray Waas, "Bush Appointees Attempted to Thwart U.S. Attorney Probe," personal blog, Sept. 28, 2008.
- Murray Waas & Justin Rood, "Report: White House Inolved in U.S. Attorney Firings," ABCNews.com, Sept. 29, 2008.
Web sites calling for Bush's impeachment
- The Four Reasons, The Four Reasons why "We the People" must uphold the Constitution of The United States of America and hold those who violate it accountable.
- Impeach Central, a grassroots movement to publicize the crimes of Bush and to petition Congress to begin investigations leading to impeachment.
- Impeach Bush meetup has monthly meetings to organize Impeach Central activities.
- Francis Boyle, Impeach Bush Now and other articles on Conspiracy Planet.
- VoteToImpeach Campaign initiated by Ramsey Clark, former Attorney General of the United States, a non-partisan grassroots campaign to convince Congress to initiate impeachment proceedings.
- ImpeachNow.org, The National Coalition to Impeach Bush & Cheney.
Less-than-flattering articles and web sites
- Marie Lovern, Molly Ivins Digs Up Bush's Texas Roots. "Shrub: The Short But Happy Political Life of George W. Bush" by Molly Ivins and Lou Dubose, Random House, Review NOW.org, Summer 2000/another review.
- Mike Schafer, George Bush and the Religous Right from I Hate Pat Robertson
- Robert Sterling, God Save the Shrub, The Konformist, December 2000.
- Jim Ridgeway, Franken Shrub--Bush's Ties to Monsanto, Village Voice, January 2001 in Organic Consumers/also.
- Matthew Rothschild, Shrub Bush's Supreme Court, The Progressive, October 28, 2000.
- Harvey Wasserman, The Unelected President. How George W. Bush Stole the White House from America's Voters, Common Dreams; published in the January 18-24, 2001 issue of Columbus Alive.
- Greg Palast, Scrub Helps Shrub, February 5, 2001.
- George Walker Bush.
- DUBYA. George W. Bush. Insider Choice for NWO Promotion, Greater Things.
- Susan J. Douglas, Dissing Dubya, inthesetimes, December 16, 2003.
- Front page from the April 3-9, 2004, The Economist.
- "GOP Hypocrite of the Week: George W. Bush," BuzzFlash, April 10, 2004: "Message to Osama bin Laden from BuzzFlash: Next time you fly airplanes into American buildings, Bush wants you to draw him a map."
- "America's National Forests: Millions of Acres of America's National Forests Are on the Auction Block!", satirical auction by Public Campaign.
- Billionaires for Bush says it is "a strategic media and street theater campaign whose combustible mix of humor, savvy messaging, grassroots participation, and cutting edge internet organizing tools will flush out the truth about the Bush administration's disastrous economic policies and help turn the fatcats out of power in November."
- All Hat and No Cattle Critical commentary and background information on the Bush/Cheney administration.
- America Held Hostile Claims to expose the hostilities of the Bush Administration towards the USA.
- Bush Jr.'s Skeleton Closet.
- The Dubya Chronicles.
- The Dubya Report.
- Dubya Speak.
- Dubya's World.
- Shrub a Dub .com. Links, links, and more LINKS.
- Shrubbish.com The Best Bushisms.
- Too Stupid to Be President.com.
- Bush wiping his glasses on an unsuspecting woman's Dress on David Letterman's show
- Bush as Governor giving the camera the one finger salute
- David G. Armstrong, Sins of the Fathers, The Austin Chronicle, April 10, 1992 (pp. 14, 16): "...in 1934, a shipping line established at the end of World War I in a deal arranged for Brown Brothers, Harriman by Prescott Bush's partner and father-in-law, G.H. Walker, was found by Congress to be subsidizing 'a wide range of pro-Nazi propaganda efforts both in Germany and the United States.'"
- Jonathan D. Salant, "Bush Ancestor's Bank Seized by Gov't," Associated Press (Yahoo), October 17, 2003: "President Bush's grandfather [Prescott Sheldon Bush] was a director of a bank (Union Banking Corp.) seized by the federal government because of its ties to a German industrialist (Fritz Thyssen) who helped bankroll Adolf Hitler's rise to power, government documents show. ... The new documents were first reported by freelance writer John Buchanan in The New Hampshire Gazette."
- 50 Ways You Can Show George the Door in 2004 by Ben Cohen & Jason Salzman (Westview Press, ISBN 0-8133-4282-1).
- Cronies: Oil, the Bushes, and the Rise of Texas, America's Superstate by Robert Bryce (PublicAffairs, ISBN 1-58648-188-6).
- The Republican War on Science by Chris Mooney (Basic Books, ISBN 0-465-04675-4).