The campaign’s logo has just his first name “Jeb” in bold red letters. With the promise of creating jobs and a safer United States, the Republican ex-governor is trying to become the family’s third president.
The fact that the surname Bush was removed from the campaign’s logo and bumper sticker can be [Read more]
Jo-Shing Yang, the environmental consultant dedicated to investigating the Wall Street megabanks’ efforts to buy up global water resources, has turned his attention to the nepotistic Bush family dynasty, whose purchases of 121,407 hectares of land just happen to be located on part of the Guarani Aquifer System. The [Read more]
<i>The Clintons and the Bushes Will Meet in the U.S. Presidential Election.</i>
The upcoming 2016 U.S. presidential election promises to be a political duel between members of two infamous families. On one side, the wife of the 42nd American president, Hillary Clinton. On the other, the younger brother of the 43rd [Read more]
The younger Bush plans to run for U.S. president on the Republican ticket. In contrast to the "inconsistent and indecisive" Obama, he intends to return the U.S. to the role of world leader. Experts believe that Jeb Bush has a good chance in running for the White House.
Alexander Gusev, political scientist, director [Read more]
He would seem to be the walking slogan of the Republicans' campaign. Jeb Bush spoke and all was quiet. It looks like the youngest of the dynasty is heading right for the Republican nomination for presidency. Being a Bush isn't easy, but it certainly seems to be very effective.
Nobody wants to challenge Jeb, [Read more]
After the Kennedys come the Bushs. Now, Bush the youngest is weighing his chances in a presidential run — but another political dynasty could slow him down.
Despite George W.’s failed term in office, Bush brother Jeb is warming up for the presidential candidacy. The clan’s comeback could be the Republicans’ rescue.