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WHOA: Bill Clinton’s Rape Accuser Unloads EPIC Truth Bomb on Hillary

Juanita Broaddrick, most famously known for accusing President Bill Clinton of rape, recently came forward and leveled some strong accusations at Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton. Not that everyone wasn’t

What You Need to Know About FMLA

The Family and Medical Leave Act, better known by its initials, FMLA, has been the law since 1993 when President Bill Clinton signed it. This means that for a good portion of the workforce it’s always been in effect. With a law in effect for 22 plus years, you probably think you know how it works. […]

Bill Clinton's message for the Ohio State Buckeyes

Former President of the United States Bill Clinton was in Columbus earlier this week to give a speech at Ohio State, and while he was in (...)

It's Economic Growth, Stupid!

When Bill Clinton first ran for president in 1991 and 1992, one of his key advisers, James Carville, aptly and succinctly captured the Clinton campaign's principal focus: "It's the economy, stupid!" Carville was correct: the U.S. economy...Show More Summary

Bill Clinton took a picture with Ezekiel Elliott and probably stole the Heisman with his smile

It’s not every day a former president drops by your place of business to watch you work. But Ohio State isn’t a business and (...)

Bill Clinton Stops by Ohio State Practice, Hangs Out with Ezekiel Elliott

Bill Clinton recently took some time off from helping his wife make a run for president to help Ohio State Buckeyes running back Ezekiel Elliott with his Heisman campaign. OK, that may not totally be true. However, the former U.S. President did stop by the Buckeyes' practice on Thursday. Show More Summary

Federal Student Aid Office Calls Failure A Success -- And Hands Out Big Bonuses

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

In 1998, the Republican-led Congress and President Bill Clinton's Democratic administration decided to give the U.S. Department of Education's financial aid office more freedom to run the student loan program in exchange for it committing to measurable goals. Show More Summary

Bill Clinton Hits Up L.A. For First Time For Hillary Fundraiser Next Month

The current candidate for the Presidency seems to have been mentioning the former President a lot more lately and they been on the trail together a lot more and now Bill Clinton is hitting the Hollywood ATM for Hillary Clinton. As aShow More Summary

Bill Clinton to Appear for ‘Super PAC’ Backing Hillary Clinton

NYT: Former President Bill Clinton will appear as the main attraction at a meeting on Dec. 1 with prospective donors to Priorities USA Action, the “super PAC” that is supporting his wife’s presidential campaign — the first such event he … Continue reading ?

“11 amicus briefs filed in support of Bob McDonnell”

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Former lawyers for Democratic presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton are among the signers of 11 amicus briefs backing former Gov. Bob McDonnell’s appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. The high court could decide before the new year … Continue reading ?

Obama II    

Sixteen years ago, Bill Clinton’s vice president, Al Gore, set out to succeed his boss. Clinton thought Gore should embrace the Clinton record. Gore disagreed. Gore banked on populist anger, ran on a platform of change, and lost to George W. Show More Summary

BREAKING: George Bush Kept Us Even Safer Than We Knew On 9/11!

Bad news for revisionist historians who have decided to Never Forget 9/11 by simply forgetting 9/11. Or saying Bill Clinton did it. Or insisting the first terrorist attack on a president’s watch doesn’t count. Or all of ’em, Katie. While...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Plans Event to Tap Big-Dollar Donors for Democrats

Hillary Rodham Clinton and former President Bill Clinton next month will hold their first event for the Hillary Victory Fund, an arrangement that allows donors to give tens of thousands of dollars to the national and state Democratic Parties.

Why Are Governors Having Such a Hard Time?

For several decades, Americans chose former governors to become their presidents. Think Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush. They ran as outsiders to the Washington, D.C. cesspool who could scale their ability...Show More Summary

The Latest: GOP presidential candidates meet for 4th debate

GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio is getting debate night help from a new political group called "Baby Got PAC." The ad quotes media reports that Clinton supporters — including former President Bill Clinton — view the 44-year-old...Show More Summary

U.S. Political Intervention in Haiti Has Caused Instability and Aid Efforts Have Largely Failed

When a devastating earthquake struck Haiti in January 2010, killing more than 200,000 people, former President Bill Clinton said that the reconstruction would provide an opportunity to "build back better." Some $9.6 billion was pledged by the international community, including the U.S. Show More Summary

AM News: Democratic Front-Runner Criticizes Charters

Hillary Clinton Rebukes Charter Schools Politico: Her comments in South Carolina came straight from charter school critics’ playbook and distanced her from the legacies of her husband, former President Bill Clinton — credited with creating...Show More Summary

Would a New President Clinton Repeat DOMA's Mistakes?

In a recent interview with Rachel Maddow, former secretary of State Hillary Clinton stated that in 1996 she and her husband, President Bill Clinton, supported the so-called Defense of Marriage Act as a "defensive action" against a threatened...Show More Summary

Democratic Group Pushes Automatic Voter Registration

“As Republicans across the country mount an aggressive effort to tighten voting laws, a group of former aides to President Obama and President Bill Clinton is pledging to counter by spending up to $10 million on a push to make [...]

Democratic Group Called iVote Pushes Automatic Voter Registration

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

Former aides to President Obama and President Bill Clinton have pledged to spend up to $10 million in an effort to get states to register anyone getting a driver’s license.

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