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Saturday, April 1, 2023

It’s the system, stupid

Partisan political thought has become so ingrained in today’s mindset that the concept of independence is disregarded as a matter of course.

That partisanship, I believe, breeds corruption and allows it to thrive. Unfortunately, because partisanship is so dominant in today’s political environment, any chance of cleaning up the system is lost.

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Even Republicans want more answers on Iraq

As Republican leaders try to deepen the divide generated by the Iraq war, even some Republicans are starting to ask more questions about the Bush administration’s intentions in the increasingly controversial conflict.

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Bush admits Gitmo should be closed

President George W. Bush admitted Wednesday that the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where three detainees committed suicide, has damaged the U.S. image abroad and should be shut down.

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Bush loses his wordsmith

One of President George W. Bush’s top policy advisers and former chief speechwriter, Michael Gerson, is stepping down to pursue other opportunities, a White House spokesman said on Wednesday.

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In Congress, the crooks rake in the wealth

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, under federal investigation for possible insider trading, will have a nice nest egg to fall back on when he retires from Congress in January, recording income last year of more than $5 million from his largest blind trust.

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