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Final Bush press conference: People aren’t angry at me

President Bush answered questions asked by the White House press corps for the final time today. RAW STORY has more details here. This video is from CNN.com, broadcast Jan. 12, 2009. Download video via RawReplay.com…

CBS reporter’s brother killed by Israeli airstrike

For CBS News cameraman and reporter Marwan Al-Ghoul, the conflict in Gaza has become all too real, as he buried his own brother who was killed by an Israeli airstrike. Richard Roth reports. This video is from CBS’ Evening News, broadcast Jan. 11, 2009. Download video via RawReplay.com…

Blankley: Reinstate draft for Pakistan invasion

Tony Blankley joined Fox’s Gretchen Carlson and Steve Doocy to talk about his new book, “American Grit.” Partial transcript CARLSON: Tony, your book is going to get a lot of attention. There are controversial, bold suggestions. The first one obviously that caught my eye is that you are calling for…

CBS: Wall Street caused oil price spike

The historic swings in oil prices last year were the result of financial speculation from Wall Street and not supply and demand. CBS’ Steve Kroft investigates. This video is from CBS’ 60 Minutes, broadcast Jan. 12, 2009. Download video via RawReplay.com…

Sen. Dodd: Obama stimulus plan ‘about right’

Sen. Chris Dodd, Chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, joined CBS’ Maggie Rodriguez to talk about president-elect Barack Obama’s stimulus package. Dodd supports Obama’s plan to deal with the economy. “I suppose each one of us might write it a bit differently, but the fact that there are some tax…

Bush warns GOP to be more ‘open-minded’

As President Bush prepares to leave office, he had some words of caution for the Republican Party. Bush believes that Republicans should open-minded as they struggle to remake the party. “It’s very important for our party not to narrow its focus, not to become so inward looking that we drive…

Obama vows to tackle Middle East ‘on day one’

WASHINGTON (AFP) – US president-elect Barack Obama on Sunday vowed to take swift action on the Middle East peace process and Iran’s nuclear ambitions but played for time to shut down the Guantanamo Bay prison camp. In an interview with ABC’s This Week program broadcast Sunday, Obama defended his reluctance…

George Will: Obama on torture like Ford pardon of Nixon

Conservative commentator George Will see similarities between president-elect Barack Obama’s suggestion that he will probably not prosecute the Bush administration for torture to president Gerald Ford pardon of Richard Nixon. “With regard to investigating the Bush administration, he’s made the decision that Gerald Ford made with regard to pardoning Richard…

Obama not likely to prosecute torture

President-elect Barack Obama suggested that he prosecuting torture committed by the Bush administration would not be a priority for him. “We have not made final decisions, but my instinct is for us to focus on how to we make sure we’re moving forward, we are doing the right thing. that…

Bush says torture still necessary

President George W. Bush told Fox’s Brit Hume that he approved enhanced interrogation tactics for suspected terrorists like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Bush explained, “My view is the techniques were necessary and are necessary.” Many critics view waterboarding and other enhanced interrogation tactics approved by Bush to be torture. The president…

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