Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke to more than 3,000 people on the final day of the 2017 ALA Annual Conference. “Democracy and libraries go hand in hand,” she told the crowd, which erupted in applause.
To Hillary Rodham Clinton, a Deplorable. To the Morons, a great man. Just remember Hillary Clinton will never be The President of The United States of America. Have you had a rough Tuesday? Perhaps this will cheer you up....
Longtime aide Huma Abedin got "002." [ more › ]
Mrs. Ehrman counseled President Bill Clinton on the Israeli-Arab conflict but was best known as for advising a young Hillary Rodham not to move to Arkansas to marry Mr. Clinton.
Taking the stage nearly 50 years ago at Wellesley, the liberal arts college famed for its activism, student body president Hillary Rodham turned to address roughly 400 of her female peers. In a tumultuous period marked by the Vietnam war and social justice movements, Rodham was poised to discuss how her generation could effect change. Show More Summary
Best-selling novelist Curtis Sittenfeld is writing a novel about Hillary Rodham.
It Took a Visit from The Nuge to Get a Smile Out of Trump "This picture says it all...two of the most insincere smiles in history. What a pair of assholes!"-- David CrosbyThe decision by Hillary Rodham "and Gomorrah" Clinton to label half of Donald J. Show More Summary
In July 2015 the New York Times reported that the Justice Department had opened a "criminal inquiry" into whether "Hillary Rodham Clinton mishandled sensitive government information." This was apparently a mistake, and the article was...Show More Summary
PAUL BEDARD: Trump’s Base Is Still Firm. “And even in Democratic Massachusetts, Trump’s base has stuck with him. The latest WBUR survey said that those who backed the president in the state won handily by Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton remain ‘strong’ for the president. Said WBUR, ‘Red towns in Massachusetts continue to support Trump: 80-90 […]
“To LGBT men and women worldwide: Wherever you live and whatever your circumstances…please know that you are not alone.” - Hillary Rodham Clinton The post Thinking and Acting Globally for LGBTQ Equality appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Whenever I’m frustrated by the Trump admin., I remind myself where the United States of America would be if Hillary Rodham Clinton were the president.
Hillary Clinton continued her return to public life with an appearance at Georgetown University's annual Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards for Advancing Women in Peace and Security. In her speech, she addressed women's vital role in international politics and peace-building efforts and even threw in a couple jabs toward our current administration.
Struggling to find just the right drink to celebrate all the powerful women in your life? Now you don't have to look any further than Rodham Rye, a drink named very obviously after Hillary Rodham Clinton. The whiskey is made by Republic Restoratives, a DC-based distillery founded by two women, and will be released on March 25. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton can now add a signature spirit to her list of pop culture achievements. Rodham Rye is a new whiskey from Washington, D.C.-based Republic Restoratives. The distillery’s female founders say the product is a tribute to all...Show More Summary
Rodham Rye is a blend of “whiskies that are stronger together than apart.”
TRUMP: “Nobody knew that health care could be so complicated.” https://t.co/LFr422VHbq — Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) February 27, 2017 Hillary Rodham Clinton raises a glass to the memory of Harry and Louise. Freedom Caucus Chair @RepMarkMeadows...Show More Summary
Hillary Rodham Clinton, whose stunning electoral college defeat in the 2016 presidential race has given us our current interesting news cycle, will publish a new book of personal essays she hopes will inspire lots of book-buyers, her...Show More Summary
A study from Old Dominion University reportedly shows that 800,000 noncitizens might have cast a ballot for Hillary Rodham Clinton in the 2016...
Does a woman's decision to keep her last name, rather than take that of her husband's, make people judge her in terms of her commitment as a wife? Do they subsequently hold her to different standards? It depends, says Emily Fitzgibbons Shafer of Portland State University in the US in Springer's journal Gender Issues. Show More Summary
(Springer) Does a woman's decision to keep her last name, rather than take that of her husband's, make people judge her in terms of her commitment as a wife? It depends, says Emily Fitzgibbons Shafer of Portland State University in the US in Springer's journal Gender Issues. Show More Summary