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Washington Times Publishes my Response

Letters to the editor March 29, 2006     I appreciate The Washington Times printing a review of my new book, “Attention Deficit Democracy” (“Finding American voters wanting?” Books, Sunday). The reviewer states that “what Mr. Bovard leaves out is that these Founding fathers were suspicious of untrammelled democracy itself.”     I am perplexed by this comment, since […]

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My Cheney Tribute is now online

The American Conservative has posted my piece on Cheney’s revelation that he is exempt from federal law regarding national security secrets. Here are a few paragraphs from the piece: The “my wish is the law’s command

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“Misunderstandings” Bush appointee style

Here’s an update on the bust of the Bush abstinence education mastermind.   The lawyer for Bush’s former top domestic policy advisor, Claude Allen, told a Maryland court that this case was simply “misunderstandings.” “Misunderstandings?”  Tuesday’s Washington Post notes: “Police said they have been able to document 25 instances in which Allen tried to obtain refunds for items he […]

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Not Bush’s Fault

I am sometimes criticized for being excessively harsh on George W. Bush. I want to take this opportunity to make it clear that I don’t blame the president for everything. This Arizona abuse apparently has nothing to do with the White House or the war on terrorism.  Except unless that local fire department received a […]

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