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Is this New York Times story of Bill Clinton’s use of his reputation as a former President going to suck the oxygen out of Hillary’s campaign this week? It doesn’t accuse him of any wrongdoing, but it will call into … Continue reading
NEWSFLASH: Christopher Hitchens hates the Clintons. OK, maybe not breaking news but he once again proves why he might be once of the finest political writers alive today. His criticism of the Clintons is spot on, but more damning is … Continue reading
Please tell me he didn’t just say that.
Bill grasps at the quickly vanishing straws when he says: “I go to Nelson Mandela’s birthday party every year and we’re still very close. I believe if Yitzhak Rabin had not been murdered in 1995 we would have peace in … Continue reading
Bill Clinton has done it again. Why is one of the greatest campaigners of the 20th Century putting his foot in his mouth? Again. HRC and her campaign are going to love explaining this: “Well, the first thing she intends … Continue reading
Staff writer Jason Clayworth has an interesting piece in today’s Des Moines Register. The article focuses on the recent dust up with Hillary over his teenage drug use, but near the end of the piece is an interesting comment from … Continue reading