Floyd Brown couldn’t believe what he was watching. It was November 11, 1993, and NBC was doing a story about Whitewater, a failed real-estate venture involving Bill and Hillary Clinton. As one of the leaders of Citizens United, a conservative...Show More Summary
The “Pizzagate” pedophile scandal has captured the imagination of people across the world. In summary, Pizzagate arose when WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange released emails hacked from Clinton’s campaign chief, John Podesta. Those emails contained some references to food that were totally out of context with the message. Show More Summary
It’s been over four years since the Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission voted and agreed unanimously to rename the airport in honor of Bill and Hillary Clinton. As Inquisitr reported at the time, the event was something of a glass-ceiling-buster in itself: though airposts have been named after presidents, this was the first to be... Show More Summary
At the last minute, the Illinois State Legislature passed The Future Energy Jobs Bill (SB 2814) with less than an hour remaining in the legislative session, allowing Exelon’s Clinton and Quad Cities nuclear power plants to remain open, saving 4,200 jobs and over 22 billion kWhs carbon-free power/yr.
Another U.S. president soon will have to deal with North Korea, which has been busy developing nuclear weapons for a quarter century or more. The Kim dynasty is on its third leader, Kim Jong-un, who recently presided over Pyongyang's fifth nuclear test. Show More Summary
The Illinois General Assembly passed a major energy bill on Thursday that will allow Exelon’s Clinton and Quad Cities nuclear power plants to remain in operation as part of a broader package of measures to support clean energy in the...Show More Summary
Some days I am just depressed by the national narrative. Finally the election is over, the protests have died down, and in theory things are starting to get back to
President Bill Clinton didn't return to the Barclays Center court right away after halftime.
The former president is back for another game.
While America avoided having another Redneck (or in honor of Bill Clinton should we say ‘HillBilly’ ) in the White House, there’s big Redneck karma for America as millions of Rednecks went out and voted for Trump, many of whom never voted before in their lives, many of whom can't read. Show More Summary
Books that Fidel Castro and Bill Clinton gave to Gabriel García Márquez will sit side by side on shelves in Texas. The Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin, which is home to a preeminent collection of 20th century author archives, has procured a collection of books, many of...
U.S. Senate candidate Heidi Heitkamp introduces former President Bill Clinton during a campaign rally in Fargo. Ann Arbor Miller / Associated Press According to a NBC News editor, Democratic North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp will be meeting with Republican President-elect Donald Trump tomorrow: Among Trump's meetings tomorrow—DEM Sen. Show More Summary
World AIDS Day arrives December 1, marking 28 years of raising awareness for people with HIV. Bill Clinton became the first president to commemorate and recognize the event in 1995. By that time, hundreds of thousands of Americans had died from AIDS related complications, and thousands more struggled to afford proper treatment and care. To [...]
Following widespread criticism of President-elect Donald Trump over a tweet in which he called for the criminalization of burning the American flag, his supporters pointed out that former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton also once supported criminalizing the act of American flag burning. Show More Summary
"Now, it's quite clear to Talking Points that the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton put the needs of immigrants, the needs of immigrants, some of them here illegally above the needs of working folks," O'Reilly stated.
CNN commentator and former Bill Clinton advisor Paul Begala had some rare praise for president-elect Donald Trump Wednesday, giving him kudos for brokering a deal to keep manufacturer jobs in Indiana.
FLASHBACK: 2005 NYT Editorial: Senator Clinton In Pander Mode: Hillary Clinton is co-sponsoring a bill to criminalize the burning of the American flag. Her supporters would characterize this as an attempt to find a middle way between those who believe that flag-burning is constitutionally protected free speech and those who want to ban it, even […]
President-elect Donald Trump isn't the first to call for punishment for people who burn the American flag. In 2005, then Senator Hillary Clinton co-sponsored a bill called the Flag Protection Act. The bill said quote: "Any person who...Show More Summary
Bill and Chelsea can keep her company. Good riddance to bad leadership.
Famed Bill Clinton pollster Stan Greenberg said Hillary Clintons lack of economic message drove Reagan Democrats back to their roots.