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  • The need for A Bird in the Bush: Failed Domestic Policies of the George W. Bush Administration was sparked by what many informed and responsible Americans have seen as serious blunders committed by President George W. Bush during his first term of office. Especially troublesome is the 2005 Inaugural Address. This second inaugural address illustrates how “Bush II” is derailing the purpose of America as a nation. (It is analyzed in the introduction.) Bush II could not perform this derailing all on his own. He had help.

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  • Policy Initiatives During the Carter Administration, Developments During the Reagan and Bush Administrations, Developments During theClinton Administration,... are the main content of the lectures lesson "Vietnam U.S. Relations from 1975-1995", invite you to consult.

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  • Within a few months after al Qaeda’s unlawful terroristic attacks inside the United States on September 11, 2001, the Bush administration embarked on a “dirty war” response to terrorism involving methods of detention, treatment, and interrogation that Vice President Cheney had generalized as responses on “the dark side.

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  • On August 1, 1990, Iraqi troops rolled into Kuwait. During the two weeks prior to the invasion, members of the U.S. intelligence community had monitored the deployment of Iraqi forces, and several of them had concluded that Saddam Hussein intended to invade Kuwait. The intelligence evaluators forwarded their analyses to the top members of George H. W. Bush’s administration, who refused to validate the conclusions until just a few hours before the start of the invasion.

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  • The philosopher Wilhelm Dilthey believed that historians who judge past events by the standards of later eras are acting ahistorically and arbitrarily. It was more valid and illuminating, he suggested, to ask whether earlier statesmen’s actions were internally consistent and well-aligned with existing circumstances, an approach that he called “immanent critique.”1 In judging contemporary climate policies, some scientists and environmental activists resemble the historians of whom Dilthey complained.

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  • Confronting a terrorist threat that struck the American homeland on September 11, 2001, President George W. Bush responded by laying out a bold foreign policy and national security strategy with few precedents in the modern record of American diplomacy. To deal with the threat of global terror, Bush did not explore a reconfiguration of the global balance of power, as, in very different ways, his father had at the end of the Cold War and Richard Nixon had in the early 1970s.

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  • In late 2002 an increasingly heated debate arose within the United Nations Security Council about the merits of using force to disarm and depose Saddam Hussein’s regime in Iraq. The Bush Administration gave the Council an ultimatum: uphold the rule of international law, expressed in numerous Council resolutions calling on the regime to disarm, or follow the League of Nations into the dustbin of history. If the Council would not license the use of force, the United States would lead a ‘Coalition of the Willing’ to defend the rule of law and protect international security....

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  • Project Head Start has been one of the most popular and enduring legacies of President Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society.. Although questions remain about the long-term effectiveness of current Head Start projects, Republicans as well as Democrats support its expansion and improvement. One recent suggestion for improving Head Start involves enhancing its educational focus.

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  • From stem cell research to intelligent design to global warming, political conflict over science is heating up. In his 2005 bestseller, The Republican War on Science, journalist Chris Mooney made the case that, again and again, even overwhelming scientific consensus has met immovable political obstacles. And, again and again, those obstacles have arisen on the right—from the Bush administration, from coalitions of Republicans and from individually powerful Republicans.

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  • Grossman (1995) offers three main explanations as to how exactly income affects the environment. First, is the ‘scale effect of income on the ‘environment’. As more outputs are produced, more inputs (natural resources included) are required and more wastes and emissions as by-products are created during the process. Thus, resulting in the use of more natural resources to provide inputs and at the same time more polluting by-products leading to the degradation of the environment. Second, is the technology composition effect.

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  • Is the rule of law optional for liberal democratic societies? In the wake of the attacks on the United States on 11 September 2001, the Bush administration seemed to say that it is. And in the wake of the attacks on London in July of 2005, Tony Blair has indicated that the rule of law is a luxury, dispensable when the going gets rough.

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  • A central philosophy of an integrated approach to water resources management is that water should be managed at the lowest appropriate level. This means taking a basin approach where appropriate and decentralizing decision making, usually with increasing input and role for various stakeholders with an interest in how water resources are allocated and management decisions are being made.

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  • In Thanks for the Memories, George, author and Onion contributor Mike Loew takes a humorous–yet furious–look at the last eight years of the Bush administration. From the botched evidence for the war in Iraq to the...

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  • This work addresses a policy initiative by the Federal Administration to apply United States Department of Energy (DOE) research to broadening the country’s domestic production of economic, flexible, and secure sources of energy fuels. President Bush stated in his 2006 State of the Union Address: “America is addicted to oil.

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  • During the Bush II administration, I became concerned about changes in the rules on short selling. Along with Republican Senator Johnny Isaakson, I wrote to SEC Chair Mary Schapiro, asking her to follow up on her confirmation hearing pledge to look into reinstat-ing the “uptick rule,” which had been removed in what former SEC Chair Chris Cox admitted had been a mistake. Short sellers play an important role in maintaining an orderly market. But there also are predatory bears. If not policed, they could have a devastating effect by creating a never-ending, negative feedback loop.

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  • Greenway has also structured its offerings to physician practices into multi-year business plans mirroring President Bush’s and former Secretary Thompson’s own Framework for Strategic Action to ensure that healthcare providers will have quality software solutions that inform clinical practices, interconnect clinicians, personalize patient care and improve the overall population health.

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