The Rich Got Richer under Bill Clinton and Barack Obama… And, especially their rich buddies! But, while the rich got richer under Obama millions of Americans did not do so well. Poverty is currently at its highest rate since the … Continue reading ?
As the Clintons gear up for what appears to be a 2016 presidential run, journalists are already downplaying the potential negatives Bill Clinton would create for Hillary. According to the Washington Times, the former President has cashed...Show More Summary
It’s time for yet another game of “Imagine if this were a Republican!” Republicans are usually quick to condemn and oust criminals and sleazeballs from the party. Democrats stand by their man, whether it’s Bill Clinton or a California state senator convicted of eight felonies. The nerve of these people… Sen. Show More Summary
True. Obviously true. We've seen a level of protectiveness towards Obama that exceeds all previous media flacking for Democratic presidents -- even ones they loved, like Bill Clinton. Why are supposed truth-tellers so reluctant to tell the truth? Why is...
Bill Clinton cheated on wife a gazillion times, screwed an intern, was accused of rape and was impeached in the House. He is a disgrace. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., thinks Democrats should be embarrassed to be seen with former President Clinton...Show More Summary
The senator sure does have a way with words. “After [Bill] Clinton’s speech in Kentucky, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) was asked by Capitol Hill reporters if Obama should campaign with vulnerable incumbent senators in states where he’s unpopular. Reid indicated Democrats already have a powerful presidential ally that’s ready to barnstorm on behalf […]
The Washington Post’s Philip Rucker must love his new position as the unofficial spokesman for Bill and Hillary Clinton. In a 30-paragraph front-page piece in Monday’s Post, Rucker declared Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes a “Young Senate Candidate, A Campaign With Star Power.” Rucker goes on to offer a glowing profile of Ms. Show More Summary
Is Bill Clinton still president? Has he been caught fooling around with another intern in the Oval Office? Has Paula Jones filed another lawsuit? Is Hillary Clinton still standing by her bad man? I must be in the 1990s again. Why else...Show More Summary
I'm not going to talk about the parents who are complaining that the show is pornographic and unsuitable for youngsters. Exercise parental control parents, you nitwits. It's not like the general sexual aspect of the performance was a surprise. Show More Summary
Kathleen Willey is back. For people who have forgotten, she is the former volunteer aide to President Bill Clinton who claims he sexually harassed her 20 years ago. She wrote a book about it called “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of...Show More Summary
It struck me in talking to a conservative journalist who wrote extensively on the Bill Clinton presidency that Republicans are laboring under the misconception that the parade of scandals ever damaged either Clinton. Conservatives talked...Show More Summary
Uh, which one, Ed? At some point in the not so distant future, former president Bill Clinton will pick up a phone, dial the main number at MSNBC/Pravda in Rockefeller Center, ask to speak with its resident loose cannon/action hero Ed Schultz, and tell Schultz that if he really wants to help the Clintons, he should refrain from talking about them. Show More Summary
Appearing on Sunday's NBC Meet the Press, former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney told host David Gregory that former President Bill Clinton had "embarrassed the nation" while in office. However, of the three network morning shows on Monday, only CBS This Morning mentioned the political headline. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) As so often happens these days, it was Rand Paul who first raised the subject. Or, rather, his wife did. Senator Paul was a guest on Meet the Press when host David Gregory asked him to comment on an interview in Vogue...Show More Summary
MSNBC’s Alex Witt is clearly one of those journalists who wishes Bill Clinton’s Monica Lewinsky sex scandal would completely fade from memory so as not to obstruct Hillary Clinton’s potential bid for the White House in 2016. On Sunday’s edition of Weekends with Alex Witt, the host went so far as to apologize after her guest mentioned Lewinsky’s name. Show More Summary
"I don't imagine that Bill Clinton will be a big part of it."
"... when he took advantage of an intern in his office? And, you know, I'm not a pro-impeach-Bill-Clinton guy and whatnot, but I kind of find it hard to see that Rand Paul doesn't have a point there, okay? How is it that the press and...Show More Summary
On Sunday's Meet the Press, host David Gregory seemed to pick up where Andrea Mitchell left off, expressing shock that the Republicans would think it's fair to revisit the 1990s to assess Hillary Clinton. Gregory's interviewee was Mitt...Show More Summary
Who said it? 1. “I don’t think Bill Clinton is as relevant as Hillary Clinton if she decides to run for president.... I think her record will be judged... and not the record of her husband.” 2. “Not all executive orders are equal. Some are authorized by law, […]