Tag: George W. Bush
A prose poem on Bush’s chauvinist rhetoric, the torture at Abu Ghraib, and other devastating aspects of the War in Iraq—ten years to the day after it began.
What constitutes ‘necessary and appropriate force’?
Technology is reshaping the face of U.S. military power, but is it for the best?
A history of the concept of the commonwealth in American politics sheds some light on who exactly is the we in We Built It.
Hurricane Isaac may end up reminding voters of the legacy of George W. Bush.
How two administrations and both parties made illegality the American way of life.
President Obama’s approach to energy policy is surprisingly close Dick Cheney’s. What this tells us about America’s new nationalism.