George H.W. Bush, Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, got together in the Oval Office in 2009. The five living U.S. presidents are part of an exclusive club. They also are part of the reason for today's Presidents Day celebration. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Nina Burleigh is best remembered as the “reporter” who offered oral sex to Bill Clinton and recommended that other women do likewise. For her, Glenn Reynolds’ famous “Democratic operative with byline” doesn’t go far enough. Show More Summary
Politico reports: Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan are up, Bill Clinton is down and Donald Trump is off to a historically bad start — and the greats, meanwhile, remain the greats. It was the finding of the 2018 Presidents & Executive Politics...Show More Summary
A new University of Virginia Center for Politics/Ipsos poll finds Americans rate John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan as the best of most recent presidents. Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, the two most recent Democratic presidents, round out the top [...]
Getting sick is not a crime. This week marks 25 years since Bill Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act, which gave employees in the U.S. the right to unpaid time off to care for themselves and family members. A decade later, San Francisco became the first city to approve paid sick leave. Show More Summary
YOUR DAILY TREACHER: Dems Finally Fall Out of Love with Bill Clinton.
Says Edward-Isaac Dovere at Politico.Bill Clinton “just brings up a lot of issues that will be very tough for Democrats. And I think we all have to be clear about what the #MeToo movement was," says Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.), vice chair of the House Progressive Caucus. Show More Summary
“In a year when the party is deploying all their other big guns and trying to appeal to precisely the kind of voters Clinton has consistently won over, an array of Democrats told Politico they’re keeping him on the bench. [...]
A court has decided to release documents related to independent counsel Ken Starr's investigation into former President Bill Clinton that eventually led to Clinton's impeachment. That investigation was similar to the special counselShow More Summary
Federal court is reportedly set to unseal long-secret documents stemming from former Independent Counsel Ken Starr's investigation into then-President Bill Clinton; reaction and analysis from former Speaker of the House Newt Gingric...
"For three or four weeks, I was totally lost."
CNN: “A federal court in Washington will unseal documents that have stayed secret for two decades from independent counsel Ken Starr’s investigation of then-president Bill Clinton, following a request from CNN. Some of the records from Starr’s grand jury proceedings [...]
Rachel Maddow reminds viewers of the time Bill Clinton had to give back hundreds of thousands of dollars donated to his legal defense fund when connections...
Juanita Broaddrick, the retired Arkansas nursing home administrator who was allegedly raped by Bill Clinton in 1978, called out singer Barbara Streisand Saturday night for “kissing up,” to the former President, rehashing rumors of their alleged affair. Show More Summary
Highlights of this day in history: President Abraham Lincoln and naturalist Charles Darwin born; The U.S. Senate acquits President Bill Clinton in his impeachment trial; Founding of the NAACP; Cartoonist Charles Schulz dies. (Feb. 12)
The lobbying group that led the assault on Obamacare has targeted movements across the US to ensure workers can get needed time off This week marks 25 years since Bill Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act, which gives US workers the right to unpaid time off to care for themselves and close family members. Show More Summary
Former independent counsel Ken Starr said on Friday that he would warn President Trump about sitting down with Robert Mueller. Starr, who oversaw the investigation into Bill Clinton, told CNN’s Alisyn Camerota that if he were Trump’s lawyer, “I would advise him of the risks.... The post Ken Starr...
Rory says Donald Trump is better on the course than Barack Obama or Bill Clinton.
In October an FBI informant stepped forward and said there was “on-the-record quid pro quo” surrounding the Uranium One scandal with the Clintons. Bill Clinton received a $500,000 speaking fee from a Russian backed bank and the Clinton Foundation received millions of dollars from people involved with the Uranium One deal. Show More Summary
Five prominent conservative women have called on leaders of the Time’s Up anti-sexual misconduct movement to replace Anita Hill as head of a commission on sexual harassment in Hollywood because of comments she once made about former President Clinton. Led by Penny Nance, president and chief executive...