Follow the trend lines, not the headlines, as Bill Clinton likes to say. Well, up to a point. I, for one, have noticed a disturbing trend. At the end of every year, like clockwork (well, possibly not like clockwork; I don’t think I’ve ever seen clockwork) we cheerily begin the ritual of going through the […]
Sorry, Mr. President, for calling you an elephant, although it is a very intelligent animal, as you well know. Hillary Clinton does have most of the attributes to be an exceptional President, and I want to support her wholeheartedly....Show More Summary
As congressional critics of the agreement consider a path forward, they're looking closely at a 1996 law
“We’ll Meet Again” was picked as Stephen Colbert’s farewell song for The Colbert Report, and while the star-studded performance featured people like George Lucas and Bill Clinton to name a few, it seems they’re one person short. An audio...Show More Summary
The former congressman explains how three members spirited a Russia sanctions bill through the House, and why the 2016 presidential race could present a false choice.
In the words of my predecessor, Nick Massella… Who’s on the talk shows this weekend? Glad you asked. Highlights will include President Barack Obama and Senator John McCain on “State of the Union”; Former President Bill Clinton on AlShow More Summary
Bill and Hillary Clinton fly by private jet with a security detail and aides. And it gets expensive. A Politico review of campaign filings found that campaigns and political committees spent more than $1.5 million to fly Bill and Hillary Clinton to various states via private jet to help stump for Democrats during the 2014 midterm season. Show More Summary
The Colbert Report finale featured a one of kind goodbye: a sing along. Where else will you see Bryan Cranston, Big Bird, Katie Couric, Bill Clinton, and so many more singing all together. Probably nowhere. The cameos were endless and it is amazing to believe all of these people agreed to participate. The Colbert Report […]
Dozens of celebrities, including everyone from Bryan Cranston to Willie Nelson, appeared on Thursday's Colbert Report to wish Stephen Colbert well in his new endeavors. During the episode, Colbert embraced his immortality, discarding...Show More Summary
[guest post by Dana] Photo caption time! Original photo here. –Dana
Hillary says she stands by impeached Bill Clinton in 1998
“I never bought this lame duck deal. I just didn’t. I just think, you know, it’s a mindset,” said former president Bill Clinton at an event last month in Little Rock, Ark., when he was asked what advice he would give President Obama on how to maximize his final two years in office. “It’s a […]
If you travel in certain GOP-centric lanes of the internet, you may have recently come across the above image macro, whose jumbled message depends on awareness of Bill Clinton's reputation as a lecher, resentment of the rape accusations...Show More Summary
The 1994 federal law banning "assault weapons" was a high point of the gun control movement and Bill Clinton's presidency. Signing the bill, he said it was the beginning of "our effort to restore safety and security to the people of this country." But something happened that he and his allies...
On this date in 1998, the U.S. House of Representatives began the debate on the four articles of impeachment concerning President Bill Clinton. Peaches The voting numbers by color and stuff. SE Georgia Regional Authority expanding. Congressman Woodall is optimistic about America. Show More Summary
Is Slick Willie up to his old tricks? Some Twitter comedians seem to think so. This picture above purports to the former president standing next to the wife and daughter of New York City grocery magnate John Catsimatidis, the owner and CEO of Gristedes Foods, the largest grocery chain in Manhattan. Show More Summary
LONDON--As President Bill Clinton tells it, Yasser Arafat wanted to wear something controversial to the White House ceremony in which Israelis and Palestinians signed the Oslo Accords in 1993: his handgun. While Clinton convinced Arafat,...Show More Summary
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“He was selling untaxed cigarettes on the street in small volumes, trying to make a little extra money."
The former President is the latest powerful voice to speak publicly about the case after a grand jury decision on Dec. 3.