In the wake of the Confederate flag controversy, an intriguing photo of paraphernalia allegedly from Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign has surfaced. According to the Daily Mail, a photo of a campaign button supporting the Clinton-Gore campaign shows the two candidates’ names across a Confederate flag. Show More Summary
Help Kosovo achieve their independence? Then you get more than just a street sign to honor your contributions to the country, if you're former President Bill Clinton, you'll get your very own 11-foot brass statue. Regardless of one's...Show More Summary
How Bill Clinton hurt the American middle class and US interests abroad
Many Americans do not associate Clinton with his dark legacy. Bill Clinton remains one of America’s most popular presidents. A national poll last March by NBC and the Wall Street Journal found 56 percent of Americans had a clearly favorable view of Clinton. Show More Summary
Bill Curry writing at Salon: Democratic elites don’t want to hear it but Hillary Clinton’s in trouble. It isn’t in all the data yet though you can find it if you look. In a straw poll taken in early June at a Wisconsin Democratic convention she edged out Bernie Sanders by just 8 points, 49% to 41%. Show More Summary
Mr. Scheib, who ran the mansion’s kitchen during the administrations of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, had been missing for about a week after going on a hike.
WASHINGTON -- Many Republican presidential contenders say the question of whether to keep the Confederate flag flying outside South Carolina's Statehouse is a matter for South Carolinians to work out among themselves. Democratic candidates...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton and Bill were fine with the use of Confederate flags in Arkansas, but the GOP gets criticized for it?
In the wake of last week's Charlotte shooting, Good Morning America 's Jon Karl on Monday spun the Confederate flag as a problem for the 2016 Republicans. No mention was made of Bill Clinton, the spouse of a 2016 Democratic candidate, and his past honoring of the Confederacy.
A former White House executive chef was found dead near a hiking trail in Taos, New Mexico. Walter Scheib, who was the chef under presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, was hired by Hillary Clinton. He worked there for 11 years, bringing a New American cuisine to the White House. Scheib went on a hiking trip on June 13. Show More Summary
While governor of Arkansas, Bill Clinton reportedly signed into law a bill that honored the Confederacy in the state flag. This past action may have current relevancy in that the fiendish hate crime of a deranged gunman in Charleston,...Show More Summary
FLASHBACK: As Governor, Bill Clinton Honored Confederacy On Arkansas Flag. Will anyone in the press ask Hillary about this? Of course not. Nobody in the press asks Hillary about anything.
As Hillary Clinton talks up her commitment to economic and social justice, the big question for Democrats is: Does she means what she says or is she just mouthing words to block challengers from her left, as Bill Moyers and Michael Winship explain. By Bill Moyers and Michael Winship “Perfect! Perfect!” exclaimed a woman looking…
The former Secretary of State told a sold out fundraiser of more than 200 Tinseltown supporters tonight that she isn't running for Bill Clinton or Barack Obama's third terms but her own first term. Hillary Clinton's remarks were made in the backyard of Tobey Maguire and his wife Jennifer Meyer's Brentwood home. Show More Summary
“For the past several summers, Bill and Hillary Clinton have done what New York City’s moneyed residents have done for decades: They spent their vacation amid the prime beachside real estate of Long Island,” the New York Times reports. “But [...]
The names of the nine black Americans killed at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church were added to a long, under-recognized history of events of the same hateful nature as the Charleston massacre. “The fact that this took place...Show More Summary
By Bill Moyers and Michael Winship This post first appeared on BillMoyers.com. “Perfect! Perfect!” exclaimed a woman looking around at the Four Freedoms Park on New York City’s Roosevelt Island as a large crowd waited for Hillary Clinton to announce her presidential candidacy last weekend. And so it was. Secretary Clinton had chosen an ideal...
Bill Clinton is the 42nd president of the United States of America, a revered saxophone player, and has a reported net-worth over $55 million. But, like anyone else, he, too, has unfulfilled dreams. According his keynote address at May's...