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Saturday, December 3, 2022

Bush’s Recipe for Failure

If there is such a thing as the curse of the second term for presidents, then George W. Bush may be setting himself up for failure. His inaugural address was the most rhetorically ambitious since John F. Kennedy’s, and laid down a challenge few presidents from the past, or magicians of history, could possibly meet.

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Reforming Social Security Won’t Be Easy

The big theme of President Bush’s plan to partially privatize Social Security – ownership – has made a good sound bite. But there is a mouthful of details Congress would have to digest before it could enact the proposal.

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Pentagon Goes Into the Spy Business

The Pentagon, edging into foreign spy operations traditionally handled by the CIA, will soon begin using its own special intelligence teams to work with U.S. military forces in world trouble spots, senior defense and military officials admitted Monday.

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