President Discusses War on Terror in Thailand President Bush said to Thai Troops, "We must stay on the offensive until the terrorist threat is fully and finally defeated. To win the war on terror, we must hunt a scattered and resourceful enemy in dark corners around the world."
President's Radio Address In his weekly radio address, President Bush said, " As part of our coalition's efforts to build a stable and secure Iraq, we are working to rebuild Iraq's schools, to get the teachers back to work and to make sure Iraqi children have the supplies they need." Audio
President Bush Meets with President of China President Bush said, "We talked about our mutual desire to wage and win the fight against terror. We spent time, of course, talking about North Korea. We have a mutual goal, and that is that the Peninsula be free of nuclear weapons."
President Bush Discusses the Economy and the War on Terror In San Bernadino, California Thursday, President Bush said, "Last month this economy
exceeded expectations and added new jobs. Inflation is low. After-tax
incomes are rising. Home ownership is at record highs. Productivity is
high. Factory orders, particularly for high-tech equipment, have risen
over the last several months."
President Bush Welcomes Unanimous UN Vote on Iraq President Bush on Thursday said, "The world has an opportunity - and a responsibility - to help the Iraqi people build a nation that is stable, secure, and free. This resolution will help marshal even more international support for the development of a new, democratic Iraq."
President George W. Bush and Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi meet with the press after a dinner in Tokyo during the first stop of the President's trip to Asia and Australia Thursday, Oct. 16, 2003.
The No Child Left Behind Act is raising standards for student achievement, giving students more information and more choices, requiring more accountability from schools, and funding education at record levels.
Park of the Week, a newly launched National Park Service web site, will highlight recreational opportunities and park improvements of a National Park each week.
Click here for this
week's Park of the Week, Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site
in California , and find out how to enjoy one of America's National Parks.
Theodore Roosevelt's Cabinet met for the first time in the West Wing on November 6, 1902. Take a video tour of the Cabinet Room with Andy Card...