Lauren Bush, the niece of President George W. Bush married David Lauren, the son of Ralph Lauren on Sunday at the fashion designer's Colorado ranch, the Los Angeles Times reported. And in doing so, Lauren Bu...
Do you want to hear former U.S. President George W. Bush speak? Probably not. But Australian celebrity agent Max Markson thinks the people of Australia might. That's why he's planning to bring the 43rd president down under, and charge $650 a head and $6,500 per table, to hear W. talk.
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- Executive order promises to close Guantanamo and CIA secret prisons within a year.
- Government salaries have been frozen if they're over 100k and strict new ethics rules are now in effect.
- Obama tells Israel to open up Gaza borders.
- In what could be big trouble for Bush, Obama opens up public access to Presidential Records.
He spoke of laying the groundwork for a productive and happy tomorrow, one where future generations don't inherit the same worries we face today, to make sure they are able to harness the freedom that is rightfully theirs and to keep its flame lit as it passes from generation to generation.
Israel's attacks on Gaza strengthened Friday after bombs killed a top Hamas commander, African Free Press reports. The attacks, now entering their seventh day, have resulted in the deaths of at least 420 and more than 2000 injuries. The UN has said that nearly 25 per cent of the dead are civilians.
For the past couple of years (eight for me), Americans and people around the world have been waiting for the end of George W. Bush's presidency. Sure he's done some great things, like his groundbreaking work fighting HIV/AIDS in Africa, but for the most part, he was a huge bust.