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On July 28, 2008, the Justice Department's Office of the Inspector General and Office of Professional Responsibility jointly published the results of a year-long investigation into the hiring practices at the Bush DOJ. As the AP reported, "A new ...
Remember in 2007, when Congress asked the Bush administration for emails surrounding the firing of eight U.S. attorneys, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales revealed that many of the emails requested could not be produced because they were sent on a ...

(CLARKSVILLENOW) - Former US Attorney General, Alberto R. Gonzales, will speak at the upcoming Red River Republican women's meeting in Clarksville.
Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales once served as the real-life designated survivor during President Bush's 2007 State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress. "My FBI detail drove me to Andrews Air Force Base," Gonzales said.
Alberto Gonzales grew up in a small, two-bedroom home with 10 others. His father had a second-grade education and his mother had a sixth-grade education.

But if you think the GAO was overdoing it, consider this: attorney-general-to-be Alberto Gonzales, then Bush's White House counsel, complained its efforts were insufficient - in a 76-page letter.
The former United States Attorney General, Alberto Gonzales, will speak in the Lee University Dixon Center morning chapel service Thursday, Oct. 6, at 10:40 a.m.. Judge Gonzales served as the 80th U.S. Attorney General under appointment by President ...
Or even President Alberto Gonzales (2007)? And then there are the weirder examples: In 2001, had a catastrophe occurred during the inauguration, Americans expecting Republican President George W. Bush might have instead found themselves with a ...
Alberto Gonzales, who is now Dean of the Belmont University College of Law after serving a decade ago as U.S. Attorney General, describes being the "designated survivor" for a few hours during the State of the Union address nearly nine years ago.
Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales shares his account of grappling with the critical decisions that helped navigate the Bush administration through national crisis, politics, and war in his new book: True Faith and Allegiance, A Story of Service ...
February 7, 2002 - President Bush issues an executive order that declares "members of al Qaeda, the Taliban, and associated forces [as] unlawful enemy combatants who are not entitled to the protections that the Third Geneva Convention provides to ...
On September 11, 2001, George W. Bush spent the day aboard Air Force One, arguing with his closest advisers about whether or not to go back to Washington, DC, from Sarasota, Florida, where they were making a routine education trip.
"Like many Americans, I'm struggling with this choice," Alberto Gonzales, an attorney general under George W. Bush, said Wednesday on MSNBC's Morning Joe. "We have two flawed candidates. I'm a lifelong Republican. I believe in many of the values of the ...
Bush's attorney general, Alberto Gonzales, for example, politicized how his department hired lawyers and even law students, unethical conduct that was unprecedented and went unpunished.
When asked about "enhanced interrogation" techniques used during the Bush administration, Gonzales said the government should use tactics "that are effective, that are necessary and that are lawful.
Charles Schumer (D-New York) when the U.S. Senate investigated allegations that the former Bush administration under then Attorney General Alberto Gonzales purged U.S. Attorneys based on political motivations, according to a recounting of events ...

Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, who as President George W. Bush's White House counsel approved controversial interrogation techniques during the so-called "war on Terror," will be a guest speaker at the National Constitution Center on ...
(CLARKSVILLE) First Baptist Clarksville will host former US Attorney General, Alberto R. Gonzales, as guest speaker on Sunday, September 11, the 15 year anniversary of the historic 9/11 attacks on the United States.
In New Memoir, Alberto Gonzales Defends 'war On Terror' Tactics. In his memoir True Faith and Allegiance, former U.S.
Plus, former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales talks about his new book on the George W. Bush years and weighs in on campaign 2016.
In his memoir True Faith and Allegiance, former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales defends the legacy of the Bush administration ahead of the 15th anniversary of Sept. 11. MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: We start today speaking with someone who was at the ...
In New Memoir, Alberto Gonzales Defends 'war On Terror' Tactics. In his memoir True Faith and Allegiance, former U.S.
In New Memoir, Alberto Gonzales Defends 'war On Terror' Tactics. In his memoir True Faith and Allegiance, former U.S.
We'll have an interview with former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, whose new book "True Faith and Allegiance" chronicles his time serving in George W. Bush's administration. We'll ask Gonzales about the memoir and get his take on the 2016 election.
The lesson I took away from that conversation was that I was engaged in something much bigger than me; the target was much bigger than Alberto Gonzales. I knew I represented my friend George Bush, my department, and the entire administration.
Former Attorney General in the George W. Bush administration Alberto Gonzales is out with a memoir entailing his years in the White House.
In 2002 President George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush participated in a private wreath laying ceremony on the field where Flight 93 crashed the year before.
Bush's order, which exempted the CIA from compliance with the rules of the Geneva Conventions, was extended seven months later by an August 2002 memorandum signed by Assistant Attorney General Jay S. Bybee.
8 (6:30 p.m.): Alberto Gonzales, former U.S. Attorney General and counsel to President George W. Bush, will discuss 9/11 from behind the scenes at the White House.
If you've just gone deserves confirmation that's going to take our word for it that's Republicans think that's what's wrong Bush administration officials think. Former Bush Administration attorney general Alberto Gonzales. Chief George Carlin. It's so ...
George W. Bush wanted the final word on voter fraud, and so he sicced his then-Attorney General Alberto Gonzales on it.
In a criminal violation of the Hatch Act, Bush's Attorney General Alberto Gonzales fired eight U.S. attorneys for partisan political reasons, simply because they weren't finding or prosecuting fraudulent voters, causing a firestorm that resulted in him ...
Alberto Gonzales was also the first Hispanic to serve as White House counsel and earlier as Bush's General Counsel during his governorship of Texas.
Former United States Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales served as guest speakers at the 15th Judicial District Bar Association's monthly meeting at Sammy B's in Lebanon on Wednesday.
Even prominent Republicans, such as former Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O'connor and former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, have said that the time to act was yesterday. .... Many victories for conservatives from the Court, including Bush v.
A: According to the Washington Week website: In 2007, when Congress asked the Bush administration for emails surrounding the firing of eights U.S.
Then, a new controversy emerged: the Inspector General concluded that department officials in the George W. Bush administration had repeatedly and improperly used a "political litmus test" to hire prosecutors and judges for nonpartisan, career posts ...
Then, a new controversy emerged: the Inspector General concluded that department officials in the George W. Bush administration had repeatedly and improperly used a "political litmus test" to hire prosecutors and judges for nonpartisan, career posts ...
Gen. John Allen, a four-star General and formerly President Obama's Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL, told This Week with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday that "we would be facing a civil military crisis, the likes of ...
January 2001-February 2005 - Serves as White House counsel under President George W. Bush. 2003 - Is inducted into the Hispanic Scholarship Fund Alumni Hall of Fame.
Bush and Cheney offered the same magical plan for the Middle East: Blow it up and start over. We were a law unto ourselves, utterly ignoring the Geneva Conventions.
Senator Clinton voted against President Bush's two major tax cut packages, the Economic Growth and Tax Relief reconciliation Act of 2001 and the jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003.
Bush promoted incompetent yes-men and yes-women - "people who knew the president, had worked closely with him and were prepared to do his bidding" - to key posts in his administration, whether it was making Alberto Gonzales his attorney general or ...
On the op-ed pages, Bush torture enthusiasts Michael Mukasey and Marc Thiessen predictably produced bogus indictments of their own.
By Goldsmith's account, his advice led Prime Minister Blair to persuade President Bush to go to the United Nations Security Council to seek a new resolution, which he did.
By Alberto Gonzales - 07/11/16 05:50 PM EDT. On July 5, FBI Director James Comey announced that ... Gonzales is the former U.S.
On the op-ed pages, Bush torture enthusiasts Michael Mukasey and Marc Thiessen predictably produced bogus indictments of their own.
Grandstanding members of Congress who clumsily grilled Comey proved no match for the FBI director whose name is synonymous with straight-shooter, a star who once served as deputy to the independent prosecutor Ken Starr and as President George W. Bush's ...
Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said he was "surprised" by FBI director James Comey's pronouncement that "no reasonable prosecutor" would bring changes against Hillary Clinton.


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