Skip to comments.Bush picks 10 to get Medal of Freedom
Posted on 12/08/2006 4:36:45 AM PST by Mo1
WASHINGTON -- President Bush on Thursday announced the recipients of this year's Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian award.
Those to be honored at a White House ceremony on Dec. 15 are:
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I hoped for Rumsfeld and Bolton...
Bump for B.B. King and "Lucille"
delighted about Natan Sharansky - maybe the Prez should reread his book to help him regain his equilibrium.
Yea I know .. but I'm just glad that nitwit is out of his administration
I was a big fan of Ken Burn's "Baseball" series on pbs. Buck O'Neil appeared in it. He seemed to be a very decent man. Glad to see his name on the list.
LOL. Maybe this was the price that had to be paid to get rid of him.
*L* Fine by me .. just as long as he's gone
think rumsfeld already has it...think I remember seeing somewhere.
Buck O'Neil ...historic player and the greatest ambassador of Negro leagues baseball recently died. He was a hero to many in the Kansas City area. His eloquence, grace and genuine love for people has captured the hearts and imaginations of kindred spirits world wide.
He tells why things are the way they are in a way that you have never considered before.
Totally great British historian and an Oxford dude.
Why Norman Mineta, WHY? I hope it's a good reason like others said: it was the price of the fool's resignation. It was a travesty he was in there as long as he was.
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