Bush said he believes Obama was “entitled to civil treatment” when it comes to his critics. But it was not just those on the right, who presumably make up a majority of Obama’s critics, that Bush felt were responsible for the angry tone. The left was guilty as well.
A handwritten greeting card by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is seen after she conducted a web chat with Chinese internet users at the U.S. embassy in Beijing
Today, Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy and White House Chief Counsel Greg Craig discussed the Senator’s proposal to set up a truth and reconciliation commission to investigate potential crimes of the Bush administration.
Karl Rove, former President Bush’s Deputy Chief of Staff and longtime political adviser, WILL cooperate with the Department of Justice in its investigation of the firing of nine US attorneys. Rove has already spoken with the Justice Department regarding an internal probe of prosecutor misconduct in the jailing of former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman. …and the plot thickens.
There is an avalanche of activity on the internet focusing on Karl Rove and his next move. What will he do now after being subpoenaed for the second time after ignoring the first one seemingly as if it was a minor inconvenience. So, what’s next? Here is a sampling of the jabberings over the past two days.
The Lang Report will continue to bring you the most current news items and blog posts on the ongoing attempt to bring Karl Rove to justice. There appears to be enough activity to publish daily updates and we pledge to do so as necessary to keep you, our Readers current.
HE’S BACK! Your favorite “political hack” and mine….. Karl Rove. Most of his fan club are aware by now of the new subpoenas issued by John Conyers, and his House Judiciary Committee.’
Here are links to some of the hottest and most current stories on the Internet.
Caroline Kennedy told New York Gov. David Paterson she is withdrawing from consideration to replace Hillary Clinton in the U.S. Senate, the New York Post reported on Wednesday, citing unnamed sources.
TODAY IS THE DAY….. INAUGURATION DAY 2009!!! This is the historic day that almost 80% of American citizens have been waiting for, the day President-elect Barack Obama becomes our 44th President of the United States. Here again, are the hottest and most current stories available in the early morning hours of Inauguration Day 2009.
This January 20th, 2009….4 days from today, is already an extraordinary day, made so by Barack Hussein Obama, the first African American elected to be our 44th President of the United States. They say that history decides the value of each Presidents’ legacy and that it is only in hindsight can a clear and honest picture be drawn of their time in office. Here are some noteworthy moments in presidential transitions: