New Yorkers came out of the woodwork to celebrate Pride in New York City this year. In addition to our previous report that White House hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton local politicians like New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, Congressman Jerrold Nadler, NYC Mayor Bill Deblasio, Senator Chuck Schumer, and Councilmember Corey Johnson came out to show [...]
Broadway mega-hit Hamilton is putting on a special July 12 performance for Hillary Clinton. The 11:30 a.m. matinee, dubbed "Hamilton: An American Musical with special guest Hillary Rodham Clinton," is a fundraiser for the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. Show More Summary
[guest post by JVW] With the news cycle of the last 48 hours being largely devoted to all things Brexit, two fresh improprieties from the Once and Future Inevitable Next President of the United States, Hillary! Rodham Clinton, have largely flown under the radar. Here’s a recap: The Wall Street Journal reported late yesterday morning […]
Like many 9-year-old girls, Eva spends much of her time watching presidential debates, pondering identity politics, and criticizing Hillary Rodham Clinton through the art of impersonation. I was introduced to Eva’s political performance art and analysis by her aunt, journalist Rania Khalek,...
Dear Ms. Hillary Rodham Clinton, Because we live in a patriarchal world, the way our culture tolerates men's violence against others remains one of the major problems in our society: rapists who get short sentences, FBI suspects whoShow More Summary
by Dinesh Sharma | (The Conversation) | – – Both conservatives and progressives have argued Hillary Rodham Clinton is more “hawkish” than President Obama. Robert Gates, the secretary of defense under both…
Hillary Rodham was 21 years old when she was chosen as the first student to ever speak at a Wellesley College Commencement in 1969. She was introduced by President Ruth Adams, who called her “cheerful, good humored, good company, and a good fri… Read The post Listen to Hillary Clinton in 1969, the First Student Speaker at a Wellesley Commencement appeared first on Towleroad.
In June, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton made history as the first woman to be the presidential nominee for a major party.
For the first time in our nation's history, a woman is a major political party's presumptive nominee for President of the United States. Whatever your feelings about Hillary Rodham Clinton, this moment is undeniably historic. But Mrs. Show More Summary
The night she claimed the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton spoke of how proud her mother, Dorothy Rodham — born the day Congress passed the 19th Amendment — would be if she were alive. "She overcame a childhood marked by abandonment and mistreatment and somehow managed not to become bitter or broken," she said of...
Both conservatives and progressives have argued Hillary Rodham Clinton is more “hawkish” than President Obama. Robert Gates, the secretary of defense under both Presidents Bush and Obama, worked with her in the White House and called her “a tough lady.” Bruce Riedel, a South Asia expert at...
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks to supporters during a campaign rally at a Denver dance club. (Brennan Linsley / AP) “This is the perfect symbolic ending to the Democratic Party primary,” wrote the Intercept journalist on Tuesday. Show More Summary
Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton and Republican Donald Trump claimed their parties' presidential nominations and are turning their political guns on each other. Continue reading ? The post Clinton, Trump sharpen contrasts for matchup, and other final Super Tuesday takeaways appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
WASHINGTON (AP) — With a splash of history and a dose of reassurance, Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton and Republican Donald Trump claimed their parties’ presidential nominations and are turning their political guns on each other. Clinton claimed her place in history as the nation’s first woman ever assured a major party’s presidential nomination. Trump seized […]
Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton and Republican Donald Trump will emerge from Tuesday's coast-to-coast contests the presumptive presidential nominees of their parties. For Donald Trump, the night is a chance to take yet another victory...Show More Summary
Long before Hillary Clinton delighted (and upset) many by becoming the first female presumptive presidential nominee of a major political party, 21-year-old Hillary Rodham was impressing her classmates and professors. When it came time...Show More Summary
History is made! Hillary Rodham Clinton is the first woman to be the nominee of a major political Party in the United States. We have the opportunity to make real the preamble to our Constitution which called on us to 'form a more perfect union'. Show More Summary
“That’s why, you know, I was a senator and voted for Leave No Child Behind [sic] because I thought every child should matter” — Hillary Rodham Clinton Hillary Rodham Clinton's supporters have been less than honest about her education record. Show More Summary
By Nancy Chuda founder of LuxEcoLiving and Healthy Child Healthy World LuxEcoLiving Photo Credits: Lenore Breslauer, James and Nancy Chuda and Hillary Rodham Clinton in 1998 You can feel the Bern and that's good...but when it comes to...Show More Summary
In 1969, Hillary Rodham, at age 21, was the first student ever to give a commencement speech at Wellesley College, and the college has just released excerpts of it. I would not have recognized her voice, which was higher-pitched and had a faster rhythm, but she had the same intensity and self-assuredness then as she does now. Photo by YouTube