Bush's writings on shaming single parents drew scrutiny when reporters reassessed his book this year and Democratic leaders pushed hard on the storyline ahead of his presidential announcement this month.
There are some questions that prospective employers are not allowed to ask job candidates. Under the banner “Fanatics Wanted” a series of ads (sure to outrage people on Twitter) is set to run from this weekend posing questions with multiple-choice answers so hopefuls can establish if they “have what it takes” to work there. One ad looking for “Style Fanatics’ asks which item would be number one on a divorce settlement, with choices being a house, a child or a fetching red frock.
The sadness on the little boy's face and his humiliation were palpable, and as his tears kept flowing, she resumed meting out her punishment.
My daughter and I talked about our disturbing feelings the entire way home.
Pictured, front row: Neil Bush holding son Pierce, Sharon, George W.
Bush holding daughter Barbara, Laura Bush holding daughter Jenna, Barbara Bush, George Bush, Sam Le Blond, Doro Bush Lebond, George P.
His mom kept demanding, "Stop it." Suddenly, the palm of her hand exploded against his backside — not once, but in rapid-fire motion, eliciting a burst of tears that turned into all-out wails.
But the larger questions regarding the appropriateness of his actions are not so cut-and-dried, said area educators and experts.
Are you married, what is your religion, where are you from, do you have or might you have any children, and even, do you like a cocktail or two? Another perhaps even less politically correct iteration asks people to identify their biggest fear in prison and includes a garish prison uniform alongside an ominous empty shower room.
department store Harvey Nichols is taking a fresh approach to testing prospective employee suitability for a new store opening in Birmingham.
I told her how when I was growing up, these kinds of corporal punishment were standard in many homes.
Then-Texas Governor Rick Perry (center) testifies as Bush (right) and then-Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano (left) listen during a hearing before the House Committee on Homeland Security on Capitol Hill October 19, 2005.