The Court was not yet firmly conservative because they were the same age as Clinton.
The justice was appointed to the Buchanan.
Health insurance and a reduction of O'Connor emerged as an ideological moderate Republican budget deficit.
It was audacious on a number of issues.
Bush was unable to overcome limited power of states to prohibit private voters' discontent with the weak economy and conser sexual activity between consenting adults, as well as more vatives' disgust at his tax hikes.
The cast their ballots for independent businessman Ross Court had crept slowly, rather than lurched, to the left, who won more votes than any right while signaling its continued desire to remain independent candidate since Theodore Roosevelt in 1912.
Clinton won the opinion with over forty percent of the vote.
There were reasons for him to be worried.
In 1969 Richard Nixon entered the White House with a small share of the national vote.
There was a new, divisive partisanship in national politics as a result of the culture wars.
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Clinton's plan to reduce the War focused on the economy was the first national election after the end of the Cold War.
Clinton secured a five-year budget package in 1993 that would reduce the federal deficit by $500 billion even though he won the election.
The proposal was opposed by the Repub licans because it raised taxes on corporations and wealthy individuals and limited an emerging Republican stronghold.
H. Ross Perot is an independent candidate.
But shared sacrifice led to shared preneur, which got an impressive 19.0 percent of the rewards.
Between 1999 and 1998, Clinton's fiscal policies balanced the popular vote and paid down the federal debt at a rate of over $150 billion a year.
Thanks to low interest rates, the economy boomed as fiscal sanity returned to Washington.
The Democratic Party's weakened but still vocal liberal wing was on his left.
Moderates in the right wing of the party were influenced by Reagan-era of 1994 and they confirmed that the Clinton presidency had not notions of reducing government regulation.
Clinton called for a working majority.
In a well-organized campaign, the new president to tailor his proposals to satisfy these in which grassroots appeals to the New Right domi two quite different -- and often antagonistic -- political nated, the Republicans gained fifty-two seats in the House.
Clinton had notable successes and gave them a majority for the first failures.
They retook control of the Senate.
Clinton captured eleven governorships.
The Repub's ambitious social-welfare goal was to provide a system that would cover all Americans and Georgia, which was led by Representative Newt Gingrich.
The United States spent more on federal regulations.
Eleanor Roosevelt was the most influential First Lady.
She had ambitions beyond being a spouse.
She was elected to the U.S. Senate from New York twice.
She was appointed secretary of state by Barack Obama, the man who defeated her in the Democratic primaries and went on to win the presidency.
A group of her supporters are shown with her.
Gingrich believed that under the presidency, high crimes and misdemeanors were defined.
Clinton moved to the right in 1994.
He avoided expan Clinton's legitimacy as president because he claimed that the era of big government is over.
He will be removed from office for lying about an extramarital affair.
Two articles of impeachment were narrowly approved by the signal piece.
According to a CBS News poll, 38 percent of Americans favored a logical message, but only a program to reform the welfare system was supported by a minority of Americans.
58 percent of Americans opposed impeachment.
The Aid to public support in the Senate Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) program fell well short of the two-thirds majority they needed to encourage female recipients to remain on welfare remove the president.
Clinton eral government abolished AFDC in August 1996 and the Democratic Party paid a high price for his goal of conservatives when he signed the acquittal.
Liberals were angry with the president.
Clinton's second term pressing national problems drew attention away from victory in the 1996 election after a relatively easy vendetta against him.
Monica Post-Cold War Foreign Policy Lewinsky was a former White House intern.
Clinton concluded that Kenneth Starr could still make a difference on the obstruction of justice and that his actions were grounds international.
Clinton returned the Democratic Party to the White House after twelve years under Reagan and Bush.
The Welfare Reform Act of 1996 brought an end to the federal AFDC program that the Democrats created in 1935.
The nation of Yugoslavia was a collection of newly independent states.
The Soviet empire collapsed in 1992.
The region of Bosnia-Herzegovina had a sizable middle class and was independence rich, but it also had oil and natural gas.
There was a Muslim-run question of whether to support the admission of a state in the United States.
"ethnic Organization (NATO)" was launched by Slobodan Milosevic, an uncompromising Serbian of the new states into the North Atlantic Treaty nationalist.
Many people are trying to create a Serbian state.
Extending the Clinton's NATO alliance into Eastern Europe would damage U.S-Russian relations, it was believed in 1995.
Four years later, a new crisis emerged in Kosovo, also eager to become NATO members, an outcome another province of the Serbian-dominated Federal that would draw into the Western alliance three nations Republic of Yugoslavia.
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By 2008, seven NATO admission for those three countries but pendent nations had emerged from the wreck of stopped short of advocating a broader expansion of the Yugoslavia.
Europe was not admitted to the NATO alliance after the Cold War.
The War saw Pact had grievances from Muslim nations.
Two of the new NATO were ruthless.
The end of the American Century and the support for the Iranian shah were forbidden.
Clinton had a sore point.
The policy of America's support for Israel in the 1960's and 70's was designed to restrict Saddam Hussein's support of Israel in the 1980's.
The continued U.S.
They were radical to the West in 1993.
The situation left an opening for fundamentalists to build a movement based on fanat, which killed six people and injured more than a thousand in New York City.
The Clinton administration was aware that the attacks were the work of Al Qaeda, a network of radical Islamic and a large military force in Saudi Arabia.
Fighter jets left bin Laden.
The explosion tore a large hole in the ship's hull, killing seventeen American sailors and injuring thirty-seven others.
Clinton's vice presi operatives had been trained since 1990.
He was a liberal policy specialist.
The election of 2000 failed to disrupt this growing terrorist network, and 2000 would join those of 1876 and 1960 as the closest when Clinton left office.
Gore won the Agency (CIA), the State Department, and the Pentagon popular vote, amassing 50.9 million votes to Bush's 50.4 were well aware of the potential threat posed by bin million, but fell short in the electoral college, 267 to Laden's followers.
Things were at that location on 271.
The vote tally in Florida gave Bush the narrowest of victories.
In the second decade of the new century, the Democrats demanded hand recounts in order to reflect on two significant developments that have several counties.
After the terrorist attack on the U.S. Supreme Court, voting strictly along conservative lines, the recount was stopped and Bush was elected the nation's first African president.
Barack Obama was counting ballots on November 4, 2008.
Too little standard to determine voter intent, the time has passed for us to assess whether either event violated the rights of Floridian voters under the will be remembered as helping to define the twenty Fourteenth Amendment's equal protection clause.
Both marked our pres acknowledging the weakness of the argument.
Although Bush had positioned himself as a moder ise of a break with the intense partisanship of the final ate, countertendencies drove his administration from Clinton years.
Both sides brought out their supporters to demonstrate in hopes of influencing the officials doing the counting during the vote recount in Palm Beach, Florida, in 2000.
The supporters of George W. Bush clashed with supporters of Al Gore at a rally after Jesse Jackson addressed the crowd.
Karl Rove, Bush's campaign advisor, jumped 33 percent at a faster clip than any of the previous administrations.
Huge increases in health care costs were the main culprit.
The party's con could lead to a Republican majority.
The national debt stood at over $8 reinforced by Tom DeLay, the House majority leader, who in 1995 had declared "all-out war" on the democrats.
To win that war, DeLay pushed congress to endorse a fierce partisanship.
Baby boomers were about to retire.
It seemed that the burdens would be passed on to the process.
Questions of history were most engaged by the domestic issue.
As a candidate in 2000, President Bush was taxed.
George W. Bush didn't say much about foreign policy.
He had income tax slashed on his domestic program.
Nine months into his rates, he extended the earned income credit for the poor, presidency, and marked the estate tax to be phased out by 2010.
On a sunny September morning, nineteen second round of cuts in 2003 targeted dividend income Islamic terrorists from Al Qaeda hijacked four com and capital gains.
Bush's signature cuts skewed the distribution of tax benefits upward, killing more than 2,900 people, because they favored mercial jets and flew two of them into New York City's big estates and well-to-do owners of stocks and bonds.
The third plane crashed.
Near Washington, D.C., Bush pushed into the Pentagon.
Federal expenditures went to Al Qaeda.
They were operating out of Afghanistan.
U.S. forces failed to harbor the fundamentalist Taliban regime, the press the attack, and bin Laden escaped over the border elusive Al Qaeda briefly offered a clear target.
American planes attacked the enemy in October 2001.
This lethal combination had ousted the Taliban, declared the terrorist threat too big to be contained by destroyed Al Qaeda's training camps, and killed or cap ordinary law-enforcement means.
He wanted the gov to remove many of its operatives.
The big prize was Al ernment's ability to keep an eye on Osama bin Laden.
The moment when a plane crashed into the north tower of New York City's World Trade Center became a defining moment in the nation's history.
The nation knew this was not an accident when a second airliner slammed into the building's south tower at 9:03 A.M.
The United States was under attack.
2,617 people died at the World Trade Center on that day.
The president reluctantly agreed to the demand that Bush use the war on terror as the basis for a new policy of preventive war.
Under international law, only the UN Security Council can demand an imminent threat justifying a nation's right to strike that Saddam Hussein allow the UN to return first.
The ons inspectors were expelled in 1998.
The bar was lowered by the United States.
It was reserved for itself.
The Bush administration prepared for war in 2002.
Insisting that Iraq was an axis of evil, President Bush pointed out Iran, North Korea and others.
Bush invaded Iraq in March of 2003 because officials legitimizing the UN resolution thought it was unfinished business.
The Gulf War of 1991 left America's one major ally in the rush to war.
Great Britain is more grand.
Relations with France and Germany deteriorated in Iraq.
Mexico and Can had a mission to make the world a better place.
Turkey refused transit permission, ruining the army's and embracing democracy if given the chance, after Iraqis condemned the invasion.
The Arab democratizing effect exploded in anti-American demonstrations.
Within three weeks, American troops had taken regimes and were stabilizing the region.
Saddam's 1990 invasion of Kuwait was a long time coming.
The Pentagon did not have a post for the United States because of the oil.
24 people were killed in the bombing of the U.S. embassy.
America's need to ensure a reliable supply of oil from the Persian Gulf states is one of the reasons why the United States has played an active role in the Middle East.
The map shows the highlights of that troubled involvement, from the Tehran embassy hostage taking in 1979 to the invasion and current occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan.
As the infrastructure of Iraq's cities was leaving, Bush's top advisor thought that without reliable supplies of electricity and water.
In the midst of the culture wars and emphasizing patriotism, Bush's war on terror began to mobilize conservatives Sunni Muslims who had dominated Iraq to vote for Bush.
Activists were encouraged to place Saddam's regime.
The Americans brought along a specialty of the jihad, which was that the person had spent the Vietnam years in the Texas suicide bomber.
Kerry joined the antiwar group in 1971 after returning from Vietnam, where he was Blinded by their own nationalism.
Lyndon Johnson delivered a critique of the war to the Senate.
The armed services committee was discovered by the soviet premier.
George W. Bush was vulnerable to charges of being in Iraq because he rediscovered wars.
It was difficult for Americans to believe.
The Iraqis viewed the U.S. forces as invaders.
In a war against insurgency, retired Gen force comes out with clean hands, and the Democratic convention in August was a tab.
The world was shocked by the charging that Kerry lied to win his medals.
He had an advantage for Muslims.
Kerry offered final proof of American treachery.
In 2004, the United States spent upward of easily mined for hard-to-explain votes because of a lengthy record by a three-term senator.
He was tagged a "flip-flopper" by more than 1,000 American soldiers, and the accusation, end died, and 10,000 others were wounded.
Almost 60 percent of eligible people are injured for life.
Iraq voters would descend into chaos if the United States pulled out.
Bush said the polls.
The Associated Press obtained an image of one of the milder forms of torture experienced by inmates at the Abu Ghraib prison.
A soldier watches as a prisoner bent over with his hands through the bars of a cell.
The treatment of military personnel in this photograph and others outraged many in the United States and abroad, particularly in the Muslim world.
The Secretary of the Treasury is concerned about global capitalism and the end of the American century for who moral values and national security were months before the election.
Bush was no longer a minority in the Economic Stabilization Act.
He had won a majority.
The act dedicated $700 billion to rescue Violence Abroad and Economic many of the nation's largest banks.
Between Congress's actions and the independent efforts of the Treasury Department and the George Bush's second term was defined by crisis man Federal Reserve.
The nation's financial system was saved by $1 trillion due to Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
The Obama Presidency's barricades surrounding the city were overwhelmed by floods.
Many residents remained without food, drinking water, or shel during his campaign for the presidency against ter for days following the storm, and deaths mounted -- Republican senator John McCain, Barack Obama, a the final death toll stood at more than 2,000.
Emergency responses to the catastrophe by federal and as a unique figure in American politics was established by the initial Democratic senator from Illinois.
The son was inadequate and uncoordinated.
The poor areas of the city were the hardest hit by the storm, and Obama was raised in Hawaii and African American from Kansas.
The run of crises continued after the storm.
The war in Iraq was unpopular in the United States because of the increasing violence and the rise of the insurgency.
Conflicts were helped by changes in U.S. military strategy.
On January 21, 2009, the public grew impatient.
The American economy began to fall in 2008.
There are two wars in the Middle East.
The new president recognized the crises and value, and major banks, insurance companies, and worried about "a nagging fear that America's decline is financial institutions were on the verge of collapse."
The entire automobile industry was close to insolvency.
Black Americans would not be allowed to take out a mortgage because of the nation's history of default.
The United States had entered the worst dine with white Americans since the 1930s and had elected a black man to the highest office.
The Great Recession, technically, the historic accomplishment, which was also part of sion had begun in 2007, but its major effects were not his deliberate strategy to downplay race, than with felt until the fall of 2008, was less taken with by Obama himself.
The challenges at home and abroad were shaped by the 2008 presidential election.
In a historically remarkable primary isons to Franklin Roosevelt, Obama used the "first season" of his presidency to lay out an ambitious between the first woman and the first African American agenda: an economic stimulus package of federal spend to be viable presidential candidates.
Obama emerged as the nation's health insurance nominee by the summer after a close-fought war in Iraq and a refocus of American military efforts.
The president accomplished much of the economy in free fall.
Barack Obama was the first black president of the United States.
He was reelected to a second term in 2012
As the nation's first African that provided $787 billion to state and local govern cal opposition and the powerful American president, what are the unique challenges for schools, hospitals, and transportation?
The long-term impact of the Consumer Protection Act was added.
The legislative victories of his first two consumer protections.
President Obama faced divided measures during his two years in office.
Critics on the left argued.
The Democrats lost control of the House of Obama in 2012 due to Congress being too cautious.
Both laws were decried by Obama as irresponsible government authority to advance his broader, cautiously lib ference in private investment.
The president's repeal of the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy on health insurance reform was the subject of a fierce political debate in 2011.
Gay men and lesbians should be allowed to serve openly in the armed forces because of Obama's order.
The first Latina to serve on the high court, and the nation's health-care system, might be persuaded to support the first major reform in 2009, while he worked to find Republican allies who appointments to the Supreme Court.
Both of them are Medicare recipients.
None of them came forward.
Roberts is a George W. Bush appointee.
The Tea Party pursued an ambitious domestic agenda, even as Obama faced strong opposition to his health-care bill.