Angelica Harris, flanked by award-winning producer Ken Whitney, PGA Commissioner Tim Finchem and former President George W. Bush.
Last week, a panel sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations released a report stating that “American security” was at stake if we, as a nation, do not improve our education system. The panel was headed by Condoleezza Rice, former secretary of state under President George W. Bush, and a former chancellor of the New York City school system, Joel Kline.
Let’s just say that after the week I’ve had, I almost wouldn’t mind having a beer with George W. Bush. I’d look him square in the squinty eye, then casually slap down a fiver and say, “Mr. President, it’s been nice and all, but I think we should go bipartisan on this one.”
Speaking to a packed Graham Chapel Monday night, conservative political analyst and former White House advisor Karl Rove spoke about the current election cycle, giving credence to his career with the Republican party by questioning the experience of Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama of Illinois. Rove, who gained his reputation by guiding President George […]