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  • George W Bush Tastes Life In The Slow Lane At Coffee Station Diner

    02/12/2009 11:33:43 PM PST · by Steelfish · 44 replies · 2,654+ views
    LA Times ^ | February 13, 2009
    From Times Online February 13, 2009 George W Bush tastes life in the slow lane at Coffee Station diner (Jason Reed/Reuters/Corbis) George Bush visits his local diner as President in 2004; last week he returned as just another Crawford resident James Bone in Crawford, Texas. George Bush still likes to wake before the sun rises. No longer, however, does he have an early morning national security briefing to keep him busy. Instead, he turned up last week at a 6.30am meeting of the local chapter of the Lions Club at a diner near his ranch in Crawford, Texas (population 705).
  • A Day in the Life of President Bush: 8.9.06

    08/09/2006 3:14:39 PM PDT · by GretchenM · 190 replies · 3,252+ views
    WhiteHouse.gov ^ | Wednesday August 9, 2006 | GretchenM
    President and Mrs. Bush continue their stay at Prairie Chapel Ranch in Crawford, Texas. Today's activities, per Tony Snow, included: "The President this morning received his briefings from his national security team. He did have a bike ride. He has had a private lunch. I don't know who it's with, because it's none of my business. And he has also been talking on the phones today with the National Security Advisor, the Secretary of State." Text of Tony Snow's press briefing today. It includes a lot of information on a variety of issues, particularly the numerous, serious international events in...
  • Living on Ink and Ether (Bozo alert)

    01/08/2005 7:50:10 PM PST · by mighty_righty · 5 replies · 513+ views
    Leon Smith was all but run out of a small Texas town, not so much for what he did as for where and when he did it. After all, hundreds of others across the country did exactly the same thing at about the same time for perhaps similar reasons without noticeable consequences. Even Smith himself was able to commit his deed a second time a short drive down the road without tumult and uproar. The Lone Star Iconoclast was banned from the Coffee Station over its Kerry endorsement. (Photo by Scott Latham) ‘We yanked the Iconoclast from the store and...
  • Election choices cause rift in Crawford (paper loses subscribers)

    10/13/2004 12:03:19 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 34 replies · 1,299+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | October 13, 2004 | RALPH BLUMENTHAL, NYT
    CRAWFORD - And you think the country is polarized? The folks at Security Bank, the Yellow Rose and the Red Bull (souvenir shops, not bars), and the Fina filling station where farm elders commune over coffee at dawn in the "Room of Knowledge," are strongly for President Bush, the Republican favorite son whose ranch put tiny, alcohol-free Crawford on the world map. Mayor Robert Campbell, a Democrat, is for Sen. John Kerry, but that has not stopped him from trying to snare the Bush papers for nearby Baylor University when the president leaves office — in January, Campbell hopes. A...
  • Crawford, TX Paper Supports Kerry

    09/28/2004 11:04:53 PM PDT · by Byron Norris · 25 replies · 565+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 28 Sep 04 | Yahoo News
    CRAWFORD, Texas (Reuters) - The newspaper in President Bush (news - web sites)'s adopted hometown of Crawford threw its support on Tuesday behind Bush's Democratic rival, Sen. John Kerry (news - web sites). Reuters Photo Latest headlines: · Wavering Voters Anti-Iraq, Wary of Kerry AP - 2 minutes ago · Rising Fuel Prices May Hurt Bush AP - 12 minutes ago · Observers Foresee Snags in U.S. Election AP - 1 hour, 43 minutes ago All Election Coverage The weekly Lone Star Iconoclast criticized Bush's handling of the war in Iraq (news - web sites) and for turning budget surpluses...
  • 'Fahrenheit' Draws Mob In Crawford

    07/29/2004 4:22:42 AM PDT · by Former Military Chick · 61 replies · 2,755+ views
    AP | July 29, 2004 | Angela K. Brown
    'Fahrenheit' Draws Mob In Crawford CRAWFORD, Texas, July 29, 2004 Brian Munoz already saw the documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" in a theater, but he and some friends couldn't resist a chance to watch it again outdoors on a muggy summer night - especially only a few miles from President Bush. They were among more than 3,000 people - three times more than originally expected - who sat on lawn chairs, pillows or blankets Wednesday night, soaking in Michael Moore's film that lambastes President Bush's decision to go to war with Iraq and his handling of the 2001 terrorist attacks. "A lot...
  • GOTTA SEE THIS-War Endur.Freedom 8/29/02 Op.Mountain Sweep,Narizah, Baghdad, Fallouja, Jerusalem

    08/28/2002 2:11:51 PM PDT · by Diogenesis · 49 replies · 618+ views
    The Usual Suspects - Reuters, Yahoo, AP, DOD, IDF, PA, Iraqi News | 8/29/02 | The Armies of Good Against the Axis of Evil
    GOTTA SEE THIS - War for Enduring Freedom 8/29/02 Op.Mountain Sweep, Narizah, Operation Detachmental A-Team, 82nd Airborne, Bravo Company 7th Bat., 101st Aviation Regiment, 101st Airborne Div, Baghdad, Iraq , Fallouja-3, Justice in Jerusalem, Magistrates Court, Temple wall collapsing, Kfar Darom, Nablus, Gaza, Johannesburg, China, Crawford TX, Oceanside, CA, Camp Pendleton === Afghanistan ===== Operation Mountain Sweep, Narizah ===== In Narizah, 86 miles east of Kabul, the US Army ODA, Operation Detachmental A-Team, 1st Battalion, 3rd Special Forces contfronts Al Qaeda supporters as he demands their weapons. More here from yesterday: In Narizah, the 82nd Airborne Division secures the area....
  • Bush is still hot at home, so candidates are hitching a ride

    08/10/2002 3:40:56 PM PDT · by MeekOneGOP · 5 replies · 348+ views
    The Dallas Morning News ^ | August 10, 2002 | By NICOLE USHER / The Dallas Morning News
    Bush is still hot at home, so candidates are hitching a ride But some call vote-getting tactic risky 08/11/2002 By NICOLE USHER / The Dallas Morning News Deep in the heart of the Texas ballot, GOP state House hopeful Byron Cook of Corsicana uses his Web site to tell voters how he helped President Bush find his Crawford ranch. In Travis County, Republican state Senate candidate Ben Bentzin notes in his promotional material that he served on the advisory committee of Laura Bush's Texas Book Festival. And Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Judge Cathy Cochran features on her political...
  • August? Time for Crawford - Aides defend ranch trip, say Bush is taking White House with him

    08/05/2002 2:21:56 AM PDT · by MeekOneGOP · 10 replies · 268+ views
    The Dallas Morning News ^ | August 5, 2002 | By DAVID JACKSON / The Dallas Morning News
    August? Time for Crawford Aides defend ranch trip, say Bush is taking White House with him 08/05/2002 By DAVID JACKSON / The Dallas Morning News WASHINGTON - As President Bush prepares for another August in Crawford, aides are quick to argue that this is not - repeat not - the "monthlong vacation" that is frequently reported. For one thing, it's a little less than a month: Mr. Bush leaves for Texas on Tuesday and returns by Labor Day, Sept. 2. For another, Mr. Bush plans to spend about half those days at public events, either pushing Republican candidates or...
  • Saudi prince visits Texas

    04/26/2002 6:03:08 AM PDT · by MeekOneGOP · 9 replies · 367+ views
    The Dallas Morning News ^ | April 26, 2002 | By DAVID JACKSON / The Dallas Morning News
    Saudi prince visits Texas Prince Abdullah, president tackle vision for Mideast peace 04/26/2002 By DAVID JACKSON / The Dallas Morning News CRAWFORD, Texas - After five hours of meetings at his Texas ranch, President Bush said Thursday that Crown Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia assured him the oil kingdom would not apply economic pressure to influence his Mideast policy. "Saudi Arabia made it clear and has made it clear publicly they will not use oil as a weapon," Mr. Bush told reporters. "I appreciate that, respect that and expect that to be the case." Aides to Prince Abdullah, the...