WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 07: Former U.S. President Bill Clinton (R), founder of the William J. Clinton Foundation and Bill Gates (L), co-chairman and trustee of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, participate in an event sponsored by the Peter G. Peterson Foundation at the Mellon Auditorium May 7, 2013 in Washington, DC. The two participated in a discussion entitled 'Shaping America's Future: Major Trends, New Ideas and Big Decisions.'
Americans should remember how successfully Hillary Clinton was able to generate a 'scandal overload' and by constantly changing the subject, managed to protect the thoroughly compromised administration of her husband, Bill Clinton, from any repercussions for his malfeasance and innumerable violations of the law.
The mass party of the center, birthed 20 years ago by Bill Clinton triangulating his way into a ‘socially liberal’ version of neoliberalism (or what used to be ‘liberal Republicanism’ in the days of Nelson Rockefeller and George Romney), has been brought to fruition by Barack Obama’s savvy Chicago apparatchiks.
The highest bid we've had in our history was the winning $610,000 bid for a 2013 Lamborghini Aventador roadster this past March 2013 to benefit One Drop. The highest bid for an experience at Charitybuzz was a $255,000 winning bid to spend a day shadowing President Bill Clinton to benefit the Clinton Foundation.More quotes »
Clinton announces Latin America initiative
Initiative is taking its formula of a powerhouse gathering of global leaders to a new part of the world.Former President Bill Clinton said Monday that the first Clinton Global Initiative Latin America is scheduled for December 8-10 in Rio de Janeiro. He made Read more »
US calls for NKorea amnesty for sentenced American
or released without serving out their terms, some after trips to Pyongyang by prominent Americans, including former presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter.Analysts say Bae's sentencing could be an effort by Pyongyang to win diplomatic concessions in the Read more »
Komisarjevsky: Bill Clinton demonstrates the importance of conversation
was an evening to remember -- a small dinner with former President Bill Clinton . At dinner, just before his speech in the distinguished lecture series at Temple Sinai in Roslyn, the former president was gracious with his time and shared his thoughts. Speaking Read more »
Holocaust survivors, veterans gather at DC museum
at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.Some 1,000 survivors and World War II vets are coming together with President Bill Clinton and Elie Wiesel , a Holocaust activist and writer, on Monday when the museum marks its 20th anniversary. Organizers chose not to Read more »
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this is not Watergate or Iran-Contra. Nor is it like the sex scandal that got Bill Clinton impeached. The AP, IRS and Benghazi matters represent a scandal not of presidential wrongdoing, but of presidential indolence, indifference and incompetence in discharging 12:30 AM from Town Hall Read more »
Obama Is Stingy With His Pardons
going to look, and they're going to be ugly. Holder knows ugly. He was, after all, deputy attorney general when President Bill Clinton issued his infamous 140 out-the-door pardons to such unworthies as Marc Rich, who fled to Switzerland after federal prosecutors 12:30 AM from Town Hall Read more »
Troublesome ties: Clinton aide given a pass on lobbying connections
Given the high rank and the high level of politicization of the case, what occurred also has implications for the present state of the Obama administration and the level of ethics to be expected if there were to be a future presidency for Ms. Clinton. 12:10 AM from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Read more »
Lanny Davis on Obama Adviser Dan Pfeiffer: He's Too Inexperienced
Sunday's network news shows reveals an inexperienced aide at work, says Lanny Davis, who was special counsel to President Bill Clinton. "He had some poor choice of words that are a reflection of inexperience,'' Davis told "The Steve Malzberg Show'' on Newsmax 5/20/13 from NewsMax Read more »
Obama plans Africa tour in June
be Mr Obama's second to sub-Saharan Africa as president. He spent less than a day in Ghana in 2009. Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W Bush both visited Africa during their second terms in office. Mr Clinton visited six countries while Mr Bush went 5/20/13 from BBC News Read more »