When Barbara Bush was asked about son Jeb’s future in the White House, her response was the sound bite of the day: “We’ve had enough Bushes.” Louis DuBose from The Washington Spectator and author Jim Hightower talk to Reverend Al Sharpton about what to make of Mrs. Bush’s remarks.
On the occasion of the Bush Library's opening, it's worth asking what the exhibit on Hurricane Katrina will look like. Civil rights activist James Perry, a New Orleans native, hopes Bush's failure won't be kept under wraps. Full story
George W. Bush's presidential library is set to open this week, and the National Journal's Ron Fournier writes about why it may be time to re-consider the president's legacy. "We mythologize them as candidates and demonize them as presidents, denying our leaders the balm that soothes mere mortals: B
First lady Barbara Bush, right, stands with oldest son, George Bush, at her house on Saturday, Aug. 19, 1989 in Kennebunkport, Maine. The two accompanied the President during a coast guard inspection of his boat at Walkers Point.
US President George Bush laughs 02 December 1989 in Valletta as the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev
U.S. President George W. Bush's family, daughter Barbara (L-R), First Lady Laura Bush, daughter Jenna, former President George Bush and his wife Barbara applaud on the final night of the Republican National Convention September 2, 2004 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.