The former president made a surprise visit to the memorial Wednesday afternoon.
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Back in 1992, Democratic strategist James Carville uttered his famous recommendation to Bill Clinton ahead of the 1992 election: “It’s the economy, stupid!” Political scientists beat Carville to the punch, though: As far back as the 1950’s, scholars were uncovering evidence that presidential...
Essential Politics: Gov. Brown signs bill to fast-track development, Hillary Clinton's 'alt-right' attack used to target congressman Aug. 29, 2016, 9:55 a.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. We've got a number of big stories that we're following:...
Sick. This man and Bill Clinton have so much in common. No wonder their wives get along. Anthony Winer as once again been caught pantless in a sexting scandal. For
Two decades ago, President Bill Clinton signed the “Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act” (PRWORA) and heralded the end of “welfare as we know it.” The law lived up to that promise, but the outcomes for families who depend on it have been problematic.
Sen. John McCain’s pollster, Bill McInturff, tells the Washington Post: “Trump and Clinton are essentially running even in Arizona.” The HuffPost Pollster average shows Trump leading Clinton 50% to 48%.
WELL, OBAMA SUCCESSFULLY TARRED BILL AND HILLARY AS RACIST DURING THE 2008 PRIMARY, SO NOW IT’S HER TURN TO PLAY THAT CARD: Mike Pence: Clinton’s ‘racial attacks’ an ‘act of desperation.’
HE’S LIKE BILL CLINTON’S MINI-ME: Anthony Weiner Caught Sexting Again.
As president, Bill Clinton didn't have many political enemies more dogged than Tom DeLay. The Texas Republican, who served as the House majority whip and was known as "the Hammer," spent some of his congressional tenure trying to impeach the president for the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) The name Gilbert Chagoury will be familiar to many readers. He’s a friend of Bill Clinton and a major donor to the Clinton Foundation. According to Judicial Watch, which cites Clinton Foundation documents, Chagoury has appeared near the top of the Foundation’s donor list as a $1 million to $5 million contributor. Show More Summary
The former president paid a surprise visit to the memorial Wednesday afternoon.
CULTURE OF CORRUPTION: Clinton Global Initiative Moderator Describes Group’s Events As ‘Creepy,’ ‘Disgusting,’ ‘Gross.’ Well, to be fair, Bill’s involved.
WHY ISN’T IT ‘THE ECONOMY, STUPID’ THIS TIME AROUND? In 1992, Bill Clinton announced that “It’s the economy, stupid.” That was pretty much the sole theme of his campaign. He ludicrously claimed that the country was then experiencing “the worst economy since the Great Depression,” a lie that the press, to its everlasting shame, not […]
Welfare reform, perhaps the signature legislation of Bill Clinton's presidency, recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. The use of the word "celebrated" would depend greatly on who was asked. The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity...Show More Summary
Nigerian businessman Gilbert Chagoury is a longtime friend of Bill Clinton and major donor to the Clinton Foundation who drew attention this month when a 2009 email from Clinton aide Doug Band, seeking to connect Chagoury to top State Department figures, was made public. Band wrote to Huma Abedin,...
As Conservative Review's Jen Kuznicki explains, in 1993, the president of Wellesley College approved a new rule upon being contacted by Bill Clinton’s White House. The rule stated that all senior theses written by a president or first lady of the United States would be kept under lock and key. Show More Summary
Essential Politics: Gov. Brown signs bill to fast-track development, Hillary Clinton's 'alt-right' attack used to target congressman Aug. 27, 2016, 11:09 a.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. We've got a number of big stories that we're following:...
Filling in for Bill O’Reilly, Fox News host Eric Bolling quickly lost control of a discussion on GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump calling Hillary Clinton’s policies “bigoted” as his two guests ignored Bolling and railed at each other. Asked about Trump’s...