JARRELL, Texas — Friday, May 27, marks the 25th anniversary of the F-5 tornado that destroyed a small community in Jarrell, Texas. Twenty-seven people in the town's Double Creek Estates were killed by the sheer strength of the storm. Men, women and children lost their lives and the entire town mourned the loss.
An ISIS operative had plans to kill former President George W. Bush in Dallas, according to a search warrant application discovered by Forbes. Forbes reported the documents were filed by the FBI in March 2022 and unsealed this week in the Southern District of Ohio. FOX Television Stations is working to obtain the documents.
An ISIS member living in Ohio has been accused of trying to assassinate former President George W. Bush. Forbes says they were able to get a search warrant application from the FBI that said the man planned to bring people from Mexico over to the U.S to help with his plan.
Two confidential informants and surveillance of the alleged plotter’s WhatsApp account reveal plans to smuggle assassins into the U.S. to murder the former president, according to a search warrant application discovered by Forbes. An alleged ISIS-linked operative in the U.S. was plotting to kill George W. Bush, going so...
George W. Bush, a portrait artist who used to work in government, set down his palette of pastel colors last Wednesday and emerged from his sunny studio, threw a navy blazer over a collared shirt and delivered a speech about election integrity that briefly swerved into matters of war. For...
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) - Former President George W. Bush urged Americans to vote and take part in the political process. "The interesting thing about elections and democracy is that it enables our democracy to heal." He made his remarks as part of a four-hour long discussion called "Elections - A More Perfect Union" at his Presidential Center at SMU in Dallas Wednesday afternoon. The former President acknowledged the lack of confidence people have in our elections system right now, but said it works. "The truth of the matter is our system works pretty well. We have a large complicated country...
George W. Bush mistakenly condemned Putin's 'brutal, unjustified invasion of Iraq' instead of Ukraine, then blamed the slip-up on age
Bush's administration was widely criticized for its misleading rhetoric about the presence of weapons of mass destruction before invading Iraq in 2003.
President George W. Bush, who served as the 43rd U.S. President from 2001 to 2009, will be in Cedar Rapids this fall to receive an inaugural award. He'll also take part in an armchair discussion at the annual event. The Hoover Presidential Foundation (HPF) announced this morning that President George...
Former president makes slip when speaking at his presidential library in Dallas on Wednesday
President George W. Bush is coming to Iowa at the invitation of the West Branch-based Hoover Presidential Foundation. Bush and his wife, Laura, will receive the Hoover Presidential Foundation Great Humanitarian Award. According to the foundation’s web site, the award was created to recognize individuals “who have demonstrated or provided meritorious and altruistic support to those in need”. It is offered in the spirit of Herbert Hoover’s efforts to save millions of western Europeans from starvation dating back to 1914.
Seth Meyers Drinks on ‘Late Night’ After Hearing “War Criminal” George W. Bush Call Iraq Invasion “Unjustified”
Seth Meyers was driven to drink on air after hearing comments from former president George W. Bush, who slipped up and described the U.S. invasion of Iraq as “wholly unjustified and brutal” while discussing the war in Ukraine. During Thursday’s episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers, the host played his audience “an extremely and shockingly real clip” of Bush, who “accidentally confessed to being a war criminal.”
Late Night host Seth Meyers was so surprised by George W. Bush's accidental confession of "being a war criminal" that he took a full shot of whiskey on air. While giving a speech on Wednesday, Bush misspoke and condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin for "the decision ... to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq." He then quickly corrected himself, saying, "I mean, of Ukraine."