We're not going after the benefits that poor people get under MedicaidHealthBiz: States on Medicaid hot seat Feb 08, 2005
Are we going to get everything we asked for? NoDisappointment for all seen in Bush budget Feb 08, 2005
It wouldn't be responsible for us to take a guess at what those costs areDisappointment for all seen in Bush budget Feb 08, 2005
I think a lot of the members will recognize, even those from farm states, that there are savings to be capturedBush budget seeks to rein in entitlements Feb 07, 2005
Social Security needs to be sustainable on its own, and the deficits that it's building up over time, the present value of those is over $10 trillion ... No amount of tinkering with tax increases or discretionary spending cuts can address the fundamental problems of unfunded liabilities in our entitlement programsBush budget seeks to rein in entitlements Feb 07, 2005
Joshua Brewster Bolten (born August 16, 1954) was the White House Chief of Staff serving U.S. President George W. Bush. Bolten replaced Andrew Card on April 14, 2006.
Bolten's father, Seymour, worked for the CIA and his mother, Analouise, taught world history at George Washington University. He graduated from St. Albans School, and served on the school's board until 2007.
At Princeton University, he studied in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and served as class president and president of The Ivy Club. He graduated in 1976. He graduated from Stanford Law School in 1980 and served as an editor of the law review.