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1. The use of media by politicians to create an alternative reality. the Bush administration's Propaganda war on Iraq, which manufactured "Weapons of Mass Destruction" that did not exist, was an important turning point.
... to powerful State Department positions, like her husband Philip Perry's appointment as general counsel of the Department of Homeland Security, was part of a self-reinforcing habit of nepotism and insularity that plagued George W. Bush's ...

The Clinton-led State Department also authorized $151 billion of separate Pentagon-brokered deals for 16 of the countries that donated to the Clinton Foundation, resulting in a 143 percent increase in completed sales to those nations over the same time ...
Brown's appointment as FEMA's director was pure gravy-train: He was a college friend of Joseph Allbaugh, and his previous job as commissioner of the International Arabian Horse Association was easy shorthand for incompetence and nepotism. Brown was ...
the Bush administration thought an elective war would make America safer. Then Katrina hit. The untold story of the Iraq war's toll on New Orleans.
... of economic power lay in the hands of small oligarchies or aristocratic families; for everyone else, about the only path to financial security was to wrangle a job within fantastically bloated public-sector bureaucracies, government agencies that ...

... power lay in the hands of small oligarchies or aristocratic families; for everyone else, about the only path to financial security meant trying to wrangle a job within fantastically bloated public-sector bureaucracies, government agencies that were ...
... of economic power lay in the hands of small oligarchies or aristocratic families; for everyone else, about the only path to financial security was to wrangle a job within fantastically bloated public-sector bureaucracies, government agencies that ...
Nevertheless, if a rare individual should dare to raise the issue of nepotism and the exercise of narrow political considerations in the choice of Supreme Court nominees, the factious response is that 'it's all about merit'.
Nevertheless, if a rare individual should dare to raise the issue of nepotism and the exercise of narrow political considerations in the choice of Supreme Court nominees, the factious response is that 'it's all about merit'.
Plame's 2007 memoir, "Fair Game: My Life as a spy, My Betrayal by the White House" told much of what she could about her career undercover for the U.S.
Nepotism and corruption are ripe in these boards, some of which are here in Sussex County. A county school board ... Don't forget the Bush administration's second Iraq war, which cost thousands of American lives and trillions of dollars. Elect Clinton ...
In 2007, the administration of George W. Bush was in the midst of controversy concerning a press leak that named CIA analyst Valerie Plame Wilson as having recommended, in an act of petty nepotism, her husband Joseph to investigate the claim by British ...
... there would be no disastrous consequences". A member of the Bush administration brashly affirmed its arrogance of power in 2004 after what then seemed a successful invasion of Iraq: "When we act," he boasted, "we create our own reality.
Obama also did not want to give the appearance that Kenya was receiving special treatment because of his personal ties, a false impression that would have undercut his message to other African leaders that nepotism is bad for democracy. "It was always ...
The political firestorm sparked by the unelected commission's effort to effectively close CCSF turned a spotlight of publicity on the darker policy corners of the commission, revealing an almost comically rogue culture of nepotism, free-market ...

Having been Prime Minister since 1997, Blair's popularity was in decline. A key reason for this was Blair's decision to support the Bush administration's war in Iraq, in the absence of a 2nd UN resolution. At the 2005 general election, the Liberal ...
Robert Parry, who in the mid-1980s was an Associated Press reporter investigating the Reagan-Bush administration's secret support for the Contras, confirms Jeb Bush's association with Contra supporters operating out of Miami.
Then they tried to build an army that was by and large based on nepotism and some sort of ethnic and sectarian structure. That will never work; that's why the army collapsed in Mosul, it collapsed ... Second, when they began aiding a very sectarian ...
"I'm under consideration for a position in the Bush administration. It would require confirmation by the U.S. Senate, but I'm stuck here on hold until you remove this cloud.
Just as the rate of global HIV infection was acknowledged to be a national security threat by the Bush administration, the deficit of entrepreneurs in many parts of the world is contributing to economic and political instability.


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