Tag Archives: George W Bush

I Blame Post Modernism for George W Bush and Much Else

I blame post modernism for opening this particular can of solipsist worms, and then we had a post modernist President in George W Bush, and we really were screwed…him and his ‘Iraq War is just a narrative’ crap…Rumsfeld and his … Continue reading

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President Obama’s Federal Spending Record: a Historical Comparison

This blog loves statistics that confound prejudices that are not based on any data, but just the result of projection of biases onto reality. So, which President do you think, in the last 30 years, has presided over the slowest … Continue reading

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Top Ten Good Things About George W Bush (1946-)

Now I am I admit a bit of a ‘competency snob’. In my business career, in the military, in politics I do value competent leaders, even where I disagree with their direction, and I do believe in accountability. Nevertheless, again … Continue reading

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Conflict Humor: Bush Thanks

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The Real Injustice of Affirmative Action for the Rich

The 1960s were a time of considerable social ferment, rather like today. Out of that unrest, many identity groups formed for previously oppressed minorities. They have subsequently influenced politics considerably, including successfully introducing a range of affirmative action programs into … Continue reading

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