Tag Archives: George W. Bush
By his mid-20s, Casey Gerald — who grew up poor in Dallas — had an eye-popping résumé and an impressive career. So why did he walk away from the “circus of success”?
In 2015, George W. Bush rested his hand on Casey Gerald’s shoulder at a buffet in Dallas. The president wanted to ask Gerald, then an intern at Lehman Brother...Read More
Despite closing in on 80 years old, San Antonio megachurch pastor John Hagee may be a man in renaissance.
On a Sunday morning in late June, John Hagee took the stage in his palatial north San Antonio megachurch, his white hair slicked back and his imposing jowls ob...Read More
Congress should repeal the law that allows for kids to be ripped away from parents and for migrants to be criminalized en masse at the border.
This week, the news has been dominated by horrifying scenes from the border of children being ripped apart from their parents who the federal government is crim...Read More
The superficial critique of political dysfunction allows us to ignore its more substantive causes.
Everyone thinks there’s something amiss in the American political system falls into one of two camps — they either have a stylistic critique or a substantiv...Read More
On the podcast: Remember when we thought it couldn't get dumber than Dubya? Those sure were the days. Plus: Fowl play and frackers gone... fracking wild.
On the podcast: Remember when we thought it couldn't get dumber than Dubya? Those sure were the days. Plus: Fowl play and frackers gone... fracking wild....Read More
Remember when we all used to laugh about what a doofus George W. Bush was?
Video: Remember when we all used to laugh about what a doofus George W. Bush was? This Trump-versus-Bush battle of wits will have you rethinking it all....Read More
The highest qualification for office has become having no qualifications at all, and we're bound to feel the effects of ineffective governance....Read More
Reagan is the ur-Republican, and when Cruz aspires to re-run the ‘80 election, he’s promising nothing less than the spiritual cleansing and rebirth of both ...Read More
The Texas graduation rate is at an all-time high of 88 percent, and state officials are happy to take credit for their good work. But some policy-watchers doubt...Read More