Those in elite mainstream press and the bipartisan permanent political class are consumed with a potential Hillary Clinton vs. Jeb Bush presidential contest in 2016. Neither Hillary nor Jeb has declared their candidacy, but Bill Clinton and George W. Show More Summary
[Bill Clinton, George Bush, Tony Romo, Jason Garrett, and (we're almost positive) Papa John himself take in the NCAA title game between Kentucky and UConn in the Jerrydome. Tom Pennington/Getty Images] Read more...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is the man who is responsible for AT&T Stadium, so it's only natural that his suite at the 2014 NCAA championship game was filled with stars. Some high-profile public figures came together to watch Connecticut...Show More Summary
Former President Bill Clinton initially took a back seat to his successor during the national anthem at the NCAA championship game.
The Clinton-Bush post-presidency lovefest took on a new dimension tonight as another former president — George W. Bush — joined Bill Clinton for the NCAA men’s basketball final in Arlington, Texas. Clinton and George H.W. Bush, whom he defeated to become president in 1992, have...
George Bush and Bill Clinton had good company for the NCAA national title game between Kentucky and UConn, and Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo The former presidents were spotted sitting together at the championship game in luxury suites, and they had Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to thank for the awesome seats. At one point
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton initially took a back seat to his successor during the national anthem at the NCAA championship game.
We can debate whether Linkin Park has ever contributed anything of artistic value — I’ve always thought “Faint” was pretty deece — but they seem to be spurring on some pretty valuable social endeavors in Haiti. A new video on the band’s YouTube account features co-frontman Mike Shinoda and President Bill Clinton touring the facilities [...]
"... why is it not unconscionable to support a candidate who opposed marriage equality as recently as 2008, and who was an integral part of an administration that embraced the Defense Of Marriage Act, signed into law by Bill Clinton?"Asks...Show More Summary
Bill Clinton Says He Loves Being Called The First Black President via L.A. Times Once again, Bill Clinton proved that being an ex-president, surrounded by the rosy glow of the past, beats being the current pilloried resident of the White
Chip Brown, the owner of a downtown Los Angeles cupcake shop, said he was reading a tribute to his late brother, former U.S. Commerce Secretary Ron Brown, when former President Bill Clinton pulled up outside the business Thursday.
One year older and all the more wiser, child genius Arden Hayes went back to chat with Jimmy Kimmel for a third time and schooled him on the Periodic Table of Elements. The Tonight Show host quizzed Arden by asking him to guess a few elements' atomic numbers and symbols -- which he passed with flying colors. Show More Summary
President Bill Clinton famously predicted that “Obamacare” would start getting popular the day after it was signed into law. But even though the program reached its seven million-enrollment target, Americans are not celebrating. In fact, support...Show More Summary
Rob Ford is in the news again. By now it wouldn't feel like home if he weren't, though, would it? News today: Bill Clinton weighs in on Ford, staggering wealth inequality in Canada, city council approves more food trucks, and Unifor continues to push for car plant unionization. Show More Summary
Red meat for the conspiracy theorist in all of us
But the former president told Jimmy Kimmel that the honor rightfully belongs to President Obama. He also discussed Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, and Obamacare. Now read this:Bill Clinton: ‘If We Were Visited [By Aliens] One Day I Wouldn’t Be Surprised’ (Apr 3, 2014) Senator Cruz Hears What He Doesn’t Want To Hear From His Facebook […]
Bill Clinton thinks we are not alone. In an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Clinton said that when he was President, he actually asked aides to investigate what, if anything, the government knew about UFOs.
Bill Clinton wants us to believe that there is no government cover-up of aliens. That's the gist of his interview on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" from Wednesday (April 2). That is not to say, however, that the former president didn't check for himself. Show More Summary
The White House gets spectacularly destroyed in Independence Day, one of the most famous movies of Bill Clinton's presidency — but if that happened in real life, Clinton says it could be a good thing, if it finally ended the huge divisions among the human race. Read more...