I’m Tim Porter. I write under the pseudonym TFP. I grew up in the Midwest and earned two masters’ degrees; one in research biology (MA) and, the other, in public administration (MPA). I worked in healthcare services for over thirty-five years and retired as a highly respected quality analyst who has a reputation for challenging conventional wisdom to illuminate the facts. I’ve written poetry for years (unpublished) and have begun work on three other books. I ran for public office and continue to analyze and write about the political landscape. All comments are welcome. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This an examination and critique of George W. Bush's presidency. Many issues are summarized with essential details to illustrate the dichotomy of administrative actions versus public needs. The content illustrates what and how the president acted using all the powers and then some of the executive branch. It provides a different perspective on some of his "Decision Points."