Summarising, detailing and bewailing all of the most important Bush administration outrages, and some of the more trivial ones: topics range in alphabetical order from abortion, AIDS, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and Ashcroft, to women in workplace safety. Other major issues include budget and taxes, civil liberties, death penalty, defence spending, education, environment, gun control, health care, homeland security, Iraq, judicial nominations, nucular weapons, patients' rights, privacy, public land, September 11 and the war on terror, and social security. Of course, Bush's language abilities (featuring a selection of priceless Bushisms) cannot fail to feature. The pages are also enlivened by sidebars, boxed lists and cartoons.
Jack Huberman is a former Canadian who took out US Citizenship so that he could vote against George W. Bush. He started out as an architect and has been writing professionally since 1986. He is a regular contributor to National Lampoon among other publications. He lives in Long Island.