President  |  Vice President  |  First Lady  |  Mrs. Cheney  |  News & Policies 
History & ToursKids  |  Your Government  |  Appointments  |  JobsContactGraphic version

Email Updates  |  Español  |  Accessibility  |  Search  |  Privacy Policy  |  Help

Remarks by the President on Judicial Confirmations
President George W. Bush discusses changes to the judicial nomination process in the East Room Oct. 30. "Today, I'm proposing a clean start for the process of nominating and confirming federal judges. We must have an even-handed, predictable procedure from the day a vacancy is announced to the day a new judge is sworn in. This procedure should apply now and in the future, no matter who lives in this house or who controls the Senate," said the President. White House photo by Tina Hager.

Recent Photo Essays
President's Trip to Germany & Russia
Mrs. Bush's Trip to Germany & Russia
Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi Visit
President's Trip to Iraq
Australian Prime Minister Howard Visit
Mrs. Bush's Trip to Costa Rica


More Issues


RSS Feeds

News by Date


Federal Facts

West Wing