HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Bill Clinton is wading into a hotly contested U.S. House primary in Philadelphia and its suburbs to raise money for Marjorie Margolies, the mother-in-law of Chelsea Clinton.
Strobe Talbott is president of the Brookings Institution and chairman of the State Department's Foreign Affairs Policy Board. Deputy secretary of state in the 1990s, he was President Bill Clinton's point man on the former Soviet Union. Show More Summary
Bill Clinton is the still the endorser-in-chief. A new WSJl/NBC News poll found 37% of registered voters more likely to vote for a candidate endorsed by the former president, compared to 22% more likely to favor someone backed by President Barack Obama.
After Democrats tried to spin Republican David Jolly's win in a House special election on Tuesday in their favor, Paul Begala, one of former President Bill Clinton's top spinmeisters, told them to stop. Jolly, regarded as a weak candidate...Show More Summary
When people think back on the attempts of presidents and presidential candidates to engage directly with pop culture, they usually date the modern era to Bill Clinton donning shades and playing sax on the Arsenio Hall Show in 1992. There...Show More Summary
From Project Syndicate Joseph E. Stiglitz, a Nobel laureate in economics and university professor at Columbia University, was chairman of President Bill Clinton's Council of Economic Advisers and served as senior vice president and chief economist of the World Bank. Show More Summary
Variety reports that actor Nicolas Cage became a bit whiny at the South by Southwest festival in Texas: “I'm not complaining, but it really sucks to be famous right now.” It’s unfair that film critics mention the personal problems of actors in movie reviews – just... -
By Heather Sanders Included in Kenny’s American History (Part 2) co-op course this year is a supplemental study of all the U.S. Presidents. So far, and in order, he has studied George Washington to Bill Clinton, and with only two presidents remaining, he should wrap up all 44 just after Spring Break. Show More Summary
“This is a crazy way to approach the 21st century. The only thing that works is creative cooperation.” – President […] The post Putin Actions “Crazy” Says Bill Clinton — Ian Brzezinski Talks of Military Action appeared first on Taylor Marsh.
Actor Nicolas Cage isn't a fan of fame in 2014. The mercurial actor, discussing a variety of subjects at the SXSW festival in Austin earlier today, slammed the state of celebrity as well as modern film criticism. In short, too many people are famous for being famous, not talented. Show More Summary
Rand Paul, who won the straw poll at the inconsequential CPAC, once again attacked Bill Clinton over the Monica Lewinsky affair. He said this on Meet the Press: And I think really the media seems to have given President Clinton a pass on this. Show More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) Sen. Rand Paul continues to want to talk about Bill Clinton's sexual misconduct of nearly 20 years ago. According to the Kentucky Republican, Clinton is a "throwback to a sort of troglodyte time," apparently unlike ultrasound-happy Republicans. Show More Summary
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 ?
... no, not that kind.The one he went to on Friday actually sells coffee.Sorry stoners, he's not on of you... as far as we know.
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
Unfortunately for Miley Cyrus, she can't really shock us anymore. Over the past couple weeks, the singer has simulated oral sex on a Bill Clinton impersonator... put a fan's thong in her mouth... and kissed Katy Perry during a concert. So,...Show More Summary
With unintentional understated irony, senior housing advisor Priscilla Phelps of Bill Clinton's Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC) becomes the conscience of Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck's Fatal Assistance (Assistance Mortelle), which opened Friday at the Lincoln Center for a one-week run before moving on to Miami and other cities. Show More Summary
Much excitement in Londonderry as Bill Clinton takes a stroll across the Peace Bridge and heads to the Guildhall Square to address the public. But if the European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, who is also visiting Ireland, walked the same walk, you can't imagine it generating anything like the same buzz. That seems a little unfair. Show More Summary
Was Bill Clinton the 'first pardoned federal felon ever to serve as President of the U.S.'?
WHEN Bill Clinton was governor of Arkansas, he oversaw the execution of Ricky Ray Rector, a man so feebleminded that he said he would save the pecan pie from his last meal “for later”. In 2002 the Supreme Court ruled that putting mentally retarded people to death was a “cruel and unusual” punishment, and therefore unconstitutional. Show More Summary