There’s a lot to say about Michael Gerson’s new book, “Heroic Conservatism.” It has moments of lyricism; it is sometimes moving; it contains a concise and effective summation of the case.
How did 28-year-old ex-Yalie and former speechwriter Christopher Michel become the man behind Dubya's memoirs? Bryan Curtis talks to Bush chief of staff Andrew Card and former speechwriters Matt Latimer and Marc Thiessen about how Michel went from Barbara Bush’s classmate to the confidant he dubbed “Junior Bird Man.”.
What I Saw at the Revolution: A Political Life in the Reagan Era (1990), by Peggy Noonan, former speechwriter for Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush The Ring of Power: The White House Staff and its Expanding Role in Government (1988), by Bradley H. Patterson, Jr., former White House staff member under Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, and Gerald Ford.
George W. Bush’s ghostwriter is every inch the President’s man Tuesday November 09 2010, 5.00am, The Times George Bush turned to his favourite speechwriter to help him with his memoirs.
Historian Craig Fehrman says yes; his book Author in Chief reveals little-known and unknown stories of presidents and their writing. Fehrman's pick for a good read: Calvin Coolidge's memoir.
A former White House speech writer, Chris Michel, is helping with research. The source was unsure whether Bush had compared notes with his wife, Laura Bush, whose memoir comes out May 4.
It didn’t take long for former George W. Bush speechwriter Matt Latimer to be branded as a back-stabbing nobody — someone who slipped inside the White House just long enough to overhear some.
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Jim McGrath. If you need to say it — in person, on paper, or on screen — Jim McGrath has built a career helping successful executives and officials just like you do it. McGrath started his career at The White House, working as a staff writer and editor in the Executive Office of the President from 1991 to 1993. Today, he continues to serve President George H. W. Bush as his post-White.
The oldest son of George H. W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States, George W. Bush emerged as a presidential contender in his own right with his victory in the 1994 Texas gubernatorial election. After winning re-election by a decisive margin in the 1998 Texas gubernatorial election, Bush became the widely acknowledged front-runner in the race for the Republican nomination in the 2000.