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for the execution of at least one mentally ill prisoner
(Terry Washington) while Governor of TX.
150 men and two women while Governor of TX, a record
unmatched in modern times.
Governor of Texas, very likely several innocent people
were executed in TX because of inadequate clemency
hid my record of cocaine use and abuse in Texas from
reporters trying to uncover this information.
the summer of 1974 worked for a CIA-connected airline
named Alaska International Air, sited in Alaska which
was later suspected by the Iran Contra Commission of
being involved in CIA drug trafficking in support of
the Contras. --from Rosamond F., a viewer in CA
general managing partner of the Texas Rangers I was
aware that the players were using performance-enhancing
drugs but did nothing about it.
by in the pocket of the NRA aware that the House wouldn't
renew the 1994 ban on assault weapons.
to exempt the firearms industry from lawsuits.
withheld the cost of the Iraq war (supplemental war
appropriations) hoping to get a $726-billion tax cut
approved first. The House bit but the Senate did not.
to create 9-million unemployed and made the jobless
rate soar above 6%.
have allowed unemployment benefits to run out if it
weren't for the Democrats.
a no-bid large contract to Halliburton, a company
notorious for ripping off the government and tied
John Poindexter, convicted on five felony counts for
his role in Iran-contra, in charge of the Information
Awareness Office, where he will be collecting and
mining data on 300 million Americans, assuring that
no one will have any semblance of privacy anymore.
taking office, the 10-year budget projection showed
a surplus of 5.6 trillion. As a result of mostly my
first round of tax cuts this surplus was whittled
down to $1 trillion. Then with my second round of
tax cuts and my war in Iraq, the 10-year projection
is a deficit of $4 trillion. In other words, $9.6
trillion of taxpayer's money has been shifted to the
most wealthy US residents and corporations--reported
by former Nixon Secretary of Commerce, Peter Peterson,
to New York Times staff and reported by Thomas Friedman.
[editors note: The Congressional Budget Office estimated
the deficit over 10 years to be $1.4 trillion as reported
by AP on 8-26-03]
a major global warming report from the EPA that warned
of the dangers industrial and automotive pollution
present to the environment. Heavily edited the final
report, deleting references to scientific studies
that showed a link between smokestack and tailpipe
pollution and global warming.
the number of Americans with no health insurance to
reach crisis proportions. In 2001 and 2002, 74.7 million
Americans went without health insurance at some point.
In 2001, 41.2 million Americans had no insurance for
the entire year.
hundreds of thousands of lives at risk this winter
by cutting a program that helps low-income families
pay the cost of heating their homes. More than 4.6
million low-income families and seniors depend on
the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
to get them through freezing cold winters and scorching
briefs with the Supreme Court supporting people who
want to overturn the University of Michigan's admission's
policies. Instead of supporting policies of American
higher education institutions that have produced important
increases in minority enrollment, my administration
chose to pander to my conservative base, potentially
slashing the number of minority students who get admitted
to top universities. Mostly failed in this effort
do anything to try and prevent Westar, a corporation
that wanted legislation that would boost its profits
and tried to buy what it wanted with campaign contributions,
from doing so. This scandal was exposed just about
the time Westar was about to get what it paid for
in the Energy bill.
opening up 20 million acres of national forests to
logging and will waive environmental laws with my
"Healthy Forests" program.
Opposed requiring polluters to clean up their own
messes at toxic waste sites--unlike Presidents Ronald
Reagan, George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton. Begun to
use taxpayer money to pay for the mess of corporate
polluters and to cut back overall on cleaning up existing
Cut enforcement for key environmental programs through
steadily slashing budgets.
the "Clear Skies" initiative, which would weaken public
health protections of the current Clean Air Act, while
replacing them with insufficient standards and increasing
toxic emissions like mercury and sulfur.
Targeted a series of complex regulations that barely
register on the American public's radar screen to
drastically reduce clean air and water protections,
and increase industry exploitation of public lands.
July , in response to allegations by anti-choice
activists about a connection between U.N. funds and
coercive abortion policies around China's "one family,
one child" population control policy, my Administration
withheld $34 million for family planning programs
in all countries through the U.N. Population Fund
(UNFPA). It's devastating to many countries that count
on UNFPA programs. It's estimated the loss of this
funding will lead to two million unintended pregnancies,
nearly 800,000 abortions, 4,700 maternal deaths and
77,000 infant and child deaths each year. --from
July/August 2003, Texas Executions of Mentally
Ill Under Bush, by Alan Berlow, pp. 91-.
U.S. and British fact-finding missions have found
no evidence of a link between U.N. family planning
funds and abortion or forced sterilization in China.--Working
working for Alaska International Air reported by Jo
New York Times, October 21, 2000.
by former baseball star, Jose Canseco called: "Juiced:
Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball
Got Big," as reported by New
York Daily News, Feb. 5, 2005.