George W. Bush is the 43rd President of the United States. He took over for Bill Clinton, who was preceded by Bush's father, George H. W....
George W. Bush Sums Up Trump Inauguration Speech in Epic Fashion
It wasn't all that long ago that George W. Bush was the most hated figure in global politics, and for the millions who lost loved ones in the wars he started or terrorist attacks he failed to prevent, he probably retains his place at the top of their sh-t lists.
But for most Americans, negative feelings toward Dubya have softened over the years, particularly as his proverbial Clubber Lange has been replaced by a much more menacing Ivan Drago in the metaphorical task of pummeling the Rocky that is the American electorate.
George H.W. Bush and Barbara Bush: Caught on the Kiss Cam!
George H.W. Bush and his wife tried to attend a Houston Texans home football game on Sunday with little fanfare.
But the video operator at Reliant Stadium had other ideas, finding the former President of the United States and Barbara Bush on the Kiss Cam and putting them on the major spot.
George W. Bush Accepts Ice Bucket Challenge: Your Move, Bill Clinton!
Hey, have you heard about this Ice Bucket Challenge thing? Unless this is literally the first time in the past two weeks that you've used a device that can connect to the Internet, then of course you have.
It's everywhere these days, and while it may be annoying that the online world is suddenly filled with screaming wet people (and not in a good way), the trend has raised millions for ALS research. And it gave us Kate Upton in a wet t-shirt.
George W. Bush Defends Internet Spying, Slams Edward Snowden
Former President George W. Bush defended PRISM, the Internet spying program he helped enact, while taking whistleblower Edward Snowden to task.
"I put that program in place to protect the country. One of the certainties was that civil liberties were guaranteed," Bush told CNN in an interview airing Monday.
George W. Bush: Up to 49 Percent Favorability!
Former president George W. Bush’s popularity is rising, with a new poll showing 49 percent of Americans view him favorably and 46 percent unfavorably.
That puts him in positive territory for the first time since 2005.