This is What America Accomplished Under Pres. George HW Bush
On November 30th, former President George H.W. Bush passed away, leaving us with just five living Presidents counting President Trump.
George H.W. Bush was buried on December 5th. With the funeral service now complete, we’d like to take the time to look back on some of the former President’s most important legislative accomplishments.
George H.W. Bush was president at a crucial time in our nation’s history. Taking office at the end of the Cold War, it became President Bush’s responsibility to oversee the collapse of the Soviet Union and guide the free world into a new era. George H.W. Bush’s Presidency also came at an important time economically as well, and Bush took it upon himself to help shrink the nation’s deficit by passing a historic budget law that reduced the federal budget by over $500 billion.
It was President Bush that signed the Clean Air Act in of 1990, helping reduce the negative impact that pollution was having on some of the country’s larger cities. It was also George H.W. Bush that oversaw the Persian Gulf War, signed the Immigration Act of 1990, appointed Justice Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court, signed the 1991 Civil Rights Act, and much more.
To learn more about the legacy that George H.W. Bush leaves behind, be sure to check out the video below.
~ Liberty Video News