The saga continues…Former President Bill Clinton took a romantic jaunt in 2002 to convicted pedophile pal Jeffrey Epstein’s “orgy island” Former President Bill Clinton took a romantic jaunt in 2002
In a conflict reminiscent of the Frost/Nixon interviews of the late 70s, Martin Scorsese and Bill Clinton have reached an impasse, regarding control of the former president’s documentary. The documentary, which Scorsese had originally...Show More Summary
Former President Bill Clinton, whose voracious appetite was legendary, went vegan in 2010 to protect his health after heart surgery. And while cutting out animal products is no guarantee of a healthful diet, research shows eating plant-based foods is good for humans.
Martin Scorsese's plan to film a documentary on Bill Clinton has apparently stalled over the former president's attempts to control filming due to concerns it could reflect poorly on his wife Hillary Clinton's nascent presidential campaign. Show More Summary
The director and former president reportedly clashed over control of the film. read more
Martin Scorsese’s planned documentary on the 42nd president has been shelved over disagreements about control, people briefed on the project said.
Former President Bill Clinton used a plane owned by billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein on at least 11 occasions, sharing a flight on many of them with women accused of “recruiting” underage girls Epstein would later victimize, Gawker reported. According to flight logs for...
Virginia Roberts won’t back down! Prince Andrew’s “Sex Slave” was spotted flashing a brave grin and RadarOnline.com has a gallery of photos of her after she announced that she… READ ON
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s extraordinary life and legacy has touched and continues to inspire many lives. As Murray Schumach wrote in Dr. King's New York Times obituary in 1968: "To many million of American Negroes, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Show More Summary
President Obama’s State of the Union speech will remind us that the Third Way, the Clintonian moderate impulse, has been stone-cold dead since Bill Clinton left office 14 years ago. Either in opposition or in the White House, the Democratic Party has become thoroughly McGovernized. It is, as it was more than 40 years ago, […]
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly said on Monday that President Barack Obama’s upcoming tax increase proposal is just part of a longer game on the part of the Democratic Party. “Mr. Obama well knows Republicans will not accept a tax hike, believing it would be bad for the...
No other recent president combined substance, empathy and a zest for the job like Bill Clinton did when he gave his State of the Union address. Obama should study up.
Former President Clinton sang the praises of the Oscar-snubbed Selma at the King Center’s Annual Salute to Greatness Awards Dinner in Atlanta, Georgia.
In 1998, when President Bill Clinton was allowing Cuban artists to travel relatively easily in and out of the United States, I invited a well-known Cuban visual artist to visit my graduate class at Columbia College in Chicago. I wanted...Show More Summary
LAUGH ALL YOU WANT, but it could have saved Bill Clinton’s presidency.
Daily Caller political reporter Patrick Howley wrote an article last month asserting that former President Bill Clinton once praised a Holocaust denier. But the Holocaust denier in question, himself a man with several aliases who's previously admitted to fabricating information, said this week that Howley fell for his hoax. Show More Summary
When Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus said Bill Clinton would be "fair game" if Hillary Clinton runs for president, he was serious. In fact, Priebus is already getting his smear campaign up and running: "We're writing...Show More Summary
A Daily Caller smear is falling apart after the conservative outlet relied on the word of a Holocaust denier and con artist to accuse President Bill Clinton of having "once praised" him in a letter of commendation. The Daily Caller published...Show More Summary
While we're used to seeing Bill Clinton talking hardball politics and diplomacy, we've seen a softer side of Grandpa B since the arrive of his first grandchild Charlotte Clinton-Mezvinsky. The former president was on Late Night withShow More Summary
After trying and failing to get President Bill Clinton to say whether he thinks he might be moving into a new house in 2016, Seth Meyers moved on to what could be seen as a less controversial topic: Golf.