Rights group says 1996 laws created a system of mass detention and abuse for refugees and migrants. Clinton-era immigration laws “have subjected hundreds of thousands of people to arbitrary detention, fast-track deportations and family separation,” Human Rights Watch says in a new report. Show More Summary
In 1996, two young, ambitious women worked at the Clinton White House. One was assigned to the West Wing—the presidential wing—and became known for her stained blue Gap dress, a sordid manifestation of Bill Clinton’s baser appetites....Show More Summary
Former President Bill Clinton has been steadily chugging along on the campaign trail on behalf of his wife, presumptive Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton. Unfortunately for the Clinton campaign, Bill has
Watch Bill Clinton heart financiers in 1998 and try to take it back in 2013.
As far-left MSNBC hosts go--an admittedly low bar--I'll admit to having found Chris Hayes a relatively fair and decent proponent of his misguided policies. But he did two things tonight that made me lose respect for him. First, he literally...Show More Summary
It’s Clinton v. Obama round two and it’s even better than before! Seriously, grab some popcorn, this is going to get funny pretty quick. From Louder With Crowder: I don’t
Clintonian cognitive dissonance is BACK!
Good Morning America’s George Stephanopoulos on Wednesday continued his role as a Hillary Clinton surrogate, hyping criticism of Donald Trump as “sexist.” The former Bill Clinton operative singled out the businessman’s comment that “if...Show More Summary
Rights group says 1996 laws created a system of mass detention and abuse for refugees and migrants
You all remember the old Rovian tactic of hitting your opponent not on his weaknesses, but on his strengths. This is how war hero John Kerry, for example, became a draft-dodger who shot little fleeing Vietnamese boys in the back until his heroic Swift Boat comrades fragged him totally dead. Neutralize their advantages, and you
Former Bill Clinton operative George Stephanopoulos on Tuesday urged Bernie Sanders to swear “unconditional support” to Hillary Clinton. The Good Morning America co-host played a video clip of the Democratic front-runner and then demanded, “Are you prepared to give her your unconditional support if she gets the delegates?”
Hillary Clinton explains how she would help families who were negatively affected by the 1994 crime bill signed by her husband, then-President Bill Clinton,...
The 42nd president is a charming politician, but this year he's been more a liability than asset on the trail
Sen. Ted Cruz has dived into the controversy surrounding the growing number of anti-transgender bills popping up around the country, arguing that in the absence of such ordinances people are vulnerable to sexual "predators." "There is no greater evil than predators," Cruz said at a campaign event on Saturday. Show More Summary
In 1992, Bill Clinton won the support of some foreign-policy thinkers who had previously supported Ronald Reagan. They thought that Clinton would be more willing than Walter Mondale or Michael Dukakis, and maybe even George H. W. Bush, to use military force abroad to promote human rights and democracy. Show More Summary
Ted Cruz expressed his support for North Carolina’s controversial bathroom bill, t hat requires Transgender people to use bathrooms based on their gender at birth. Produced by Jacqui Frank Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Ted Cruz is going to town on Donald Trump’s remarks opposing North Carolina’s HB2 and similar discriminatory “bathroom bills”, calling Donald Trump a “phony” conservative and adding a mockery of transgender people… Read The post Ted Cruz: ‘If Donald Trump Dresses Up Like Hillary Clinton, He Still Can’t Go to the Girl’s Bathroom’ appeared first on Towleroad.
Billionaire Republican fundraiser Charles Koch said on ABC's This Week Sunday that Bill Clinton was a better president "in some ways" than George W. Bush. "In other ways, I mean [Clinton] wasn't an exemplar. But as far as the growth of government, the increase in spending," Koch said. Show More Summary
"If Donald Trump dresses up as Hillary Clinton, he still can't go to the girl's bathroom"
Billionaire GOP donor Charles Koch told ABC News that “it’s possible” Hillary Clinton could make a better president than the remaining candidates in the Republican presidential primary. Koch also said that he believed Bill Clinton was a better president “in [...]