A bright new book in the category is “Confessions of a Presidential Speechwriter” (Michigan State University, 2014). Craig R. Smith, who scripted for Ford, brings a unique perspective.
Mary Kate Cary served as a White House speechwriter for President George H.W. Bush from 1989 to early 1992, authoring more than 100 of his Presidential addresses. She also has ghostwritten several books related to President Bush’s life and career and served as Senior Writer for Communications for the 1988 Bush-Quayle presidential campaign.
George W. Bush’s former speechwriter, Matt Latimer, took some good notes when he was in the White House. His new book, Speech-Less: Tales of a White House Survivor has these bon mots: On Barack Obama: “This is a dangerous world and this cat isn’t remotely qualified to handle it.
President George W. Bush prepares his State of the Union speech with Dan Bartlett, White House Communications Director, at left, Mike Gerson, director of Presidential Speechwriting, and speech writers Matthew Scully and John McConnell in the Oval Office Thursday, January 23, 2003.
Peter Wehner is a veteran of three administrations (Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush) and the author of The Death of Politics. He is an American writer and Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center (EPPC), a conservative think tank. He is also a fellow at the Trinity Forum.
Washington Post columnist and former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, Michael Gerson slammed President Donald Trump for his moral ambiguity as this latest scandal involving his son’s contact with a Russian lawyer unfolds. The op-ed “ An administration without.
Chris Michel, a former Bush speechwriter who helped write the book, told me once that Bush’s preferred mode was “elevated but direct.” In Decision Points, Bush mostly goes with direct. In.
Scully may sound like a liberal, but he is a conservative with impeccable credentials: He works in the White House as a speechwriter for President Bush. He has also emerged as a potent voice for animal welfare in what is widely regarded as a red-meat White House.
Helen Thomas: Bush speechwriters’ book gives insights. a former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, in his new book “Speech-Less.” The subtitle of the book by the conservative.
Author, journalist and former speech writer. Colleen Carroll Campbell is an award-winning author, print and broadcast journalist and former speechwriter for George W. Bush. Her books include her critically acclaimed journalistic study, The New Faithful; her spiritual memoir, My Sisters the Saints, which won two national awards and has been.
Budge was bothered. Really bothered. He wanted to know why former presidential speechwriter David Frum had gone and written a kiss-and-tell book after just 13 months working for the Bush.
Frum explained his rationale for creating the phrase axis of evil in his book The Right Man: The Surprise Presidency of George W. Bush. Essentially, the story begins in late December 2001 when head speechwriter Michael Gerson gave Frum the assignment of articulating the case for dislodging the regime of Saddam Hussein in Iraq in only a few sentences for the upcoming State of the Union address.
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In White House Ghosts, veteran Washington reporter Robert Schlesinger opens a fresh and revealing window on the modern presidency from FDR to George W. Bush.This is the first book to examine a crucial and often hidden role played by the men and women who help presidents find the words they hope will define their places in history.
Many Republicans are, of course, deeply hostile to the Trump project, and as a conservative commentator and former speechwriter for George W Bush, David Frum provides a right-of-centre perspective.
This biography about George H.W. Bush is well written. It is written by Curt Smith who had many years with the former President as his speech writer. Smith gives the reader some insights that were not always available to the public. The hardbound book came in excellent condition and in good time to use it as a resource for my masters thesis.
George Herbert Walker Bush, who was the 41st American president, walked into the White House briefing room and began interpreting his son?s inaugural speech, which proclaimed that ?America?s vital interests and our deepest beliefs are now one?The survival of liberty in our land increasingly depends on the success of liberty in other lands.
Robert Schlesinger is a veteran Washington reporter. Formerly political editor of the insider publication The Hill and a Washington correspondent for The Boston Globe, he has written for The Washington Monthly, Salon.com, The Weekly Standard, and People.
Bush Books; George W. Bush’s Record. By Bush’s speechwriter. An inside look at what goes on in the White House. Also available as an eBook, though not free. Online bookstores carrying The Right Man: The Surprise Presidency of George W. Bush; abe books anz: abe books.ca.