Bill Clinton

The Three Reasons Republicans Might Actually Impeach Obama in Spite of Themselves
July 30, 2014

Republicans are much more likely to do stupid things like impeach a president without cause. Period. 

A Book By Jimmy Carter Led Me to Work for Richard Branson
'Talking Peace' provided a perspective on leadership as a combination of stubbornness, a moral compass, and an appetite for risk
July 27, 2014

'Talking Peace' provided a perspective on leadership as a combination of stubbornness, a moral compass, and an appetite for risk.

 

A Mutable Feast
If Bill Clinton and his doctors can't settle on a diet, what hope is there for the rest of us?
May 15, 2014

Even his doctors can't agree on what's healthy, so how are we supposed to figure it out?

Multinational Corporations Withheld Trillions in Profits During the Recession. Now, Bill Clinton Wants to Reward Them for It.
May 14, 2014

It's time to show multinational corporations that the 2004 holiday was a one-time-only offer. 

Why Hillary Clinton Continues to Get a Free Pass
February 12, 2014

Try the following thought experiment: Chris Christie, or Sarah Palin, or Andrew Cuomo is asked by a friend about sexual harassment allegations against a powerful Senator.

Cheating on Your Wife Does Not Mean You Aren't A Feminist
February 08, 2014

In the midst of the Anthony Weiner scandal last year, there was a predictable discussion about Wiener's treatment of his wife, Huma Abedin.

Clintonland: Just Like High School
January 26, 2014

Amy Chozick's big cover story in The New York Times Magazine, which is unfortunately accompanied by the weirdest and worst cover art in magazine history (I exaggerate only a little), is yet another piece about the people in the Clintons's orbit, and

Clintons Embrace de Blasio's Inequality Rhetoric, Goldman Sachs' Speakers Fees
January 02, 2014

Bill Clinton endorsed Bill de Blasio's inequality rhetoric yesterday. That's not what Hillary Clinton told Goldman Sachs a few weeks ago.

How De Blasio’s Inauguration Hinted at Wider Implications
His focus on inequality is New York-centric. Will it be heard farther afield?
January 01, 2014

The inaugural festivities on New Year’s Day’s for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio felt awfully like an event of national import and impact. In one row next to the podium were two prospective presidential candidates, Gov.

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