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Observers following the Darfur conflict say the Bush administration's inaction exposes America's true intentions.
You'd think they'd report on the Bush administration's desires to murder journalists.
Blair's efforts to moderate the Bush administration's bellicose rhetoric and stubbornness can only be seen as good.
The Bush Administration's Secretary of Education, Rod Paige, called the National Education Association-a union of teachers--a "terrorist for organization."
Kerry has noted the Bush administration's role in blocking reimportation efforts, and now says Bush is wavering on the issue.
We are developing more detailed comments on the Bush administration's proposed rule and will update you in the next issue.
The Bush administration's proposed plans for an Internet-wide network operations and monitoring center to detect and defend against major cyber attacks have been scaled back.
Permit me to outline to this body, the world's oldest multilateral arms control negotiating forum, the fundamental elements of the Bush Administration's security policy.
The broadened definition of racism embraced by the WCAR enabled the inclusion of anti-Semitism as a racial issue, and, ironically, worked to position the Bush Administration's racist response to terrorism.
The Bush administration's propensity for Orwellian language was demonstrated when Marine Lt.
The EU's greater activism in foreign affairs points to Europe's unease with the Bush administration's hardline approach toward North Korea.
government, as represented by the Bush administration's undersecretary of state, seemed good as gold, but almost unnoticed, Joseph took an action that virtually guaranteed that U.S.
With a Chomsky meeting on the horizon there existed a very real possibility that Tillman, in the weeks leading up to the 2004 presidential election, might go public with his anti-war, anti-Bush views, dealing a critical blow to the very foundation of the Bush administration's propaganda pyramid.
In various Washington watering holes this summer, one of the favorite topics of dyspeptic discussion among conservative think tankers and political operatives was this book by Larry Diamond, which presented a scathing critique of the Bush administration's mismanagement of post-invasion Iraq.