Bill Clinton

From the Video Vault: Bill Clinton Meets JFK in 1963
August 19, 2013

Former president Bill Clinton is 67 today. While on a private White House tour with the American Legion's Boys Nation event in the summer of 1963, 16-year-old Clinton met President John F. Kennedy in the Rose Garden.

Chelsea Clinton's Dullness Is Exactly What Her Parents Need
August 14, 2013

By most measures, Chelsea Clinton has lived one of the world’s most interesting lives. She was raised by (and shares the DNA of) two larger-than-life people.

Politico Is Hypnotized by Chelsea's "Increased" Role in the Clinton Foundation
August 13, 2013

Politico has a story today on the Clinton Foundation, and Hillary Clinton's increasingly large role there. Do you know who else has an increasingly large role at the foundation? Chelsea Clinton. How do I know this?

Video History: The Sad Plight of the Political Wife
August 01, 2013

From the death grip to the vacant stare.

Clintonites' Anger at Weiner Hits Alarming Levels of Hypocrisy
July 30, 2013

Forget Mark Leibovich's new book, This Town.

Carney Barker
Jay Carney's rough week was a blessing to one man: his boss
May 20, 2013

Jay Carney's rough week was a blessing to one man: his boss.

The Hillary Clinton Movie: The Winners and Losers
A Hollywood screenplay is full of political notables. Who comes off looking best?
May 20, 2013

We've read the screenplay for the upcoming Hillary Clinton biopic. It's full of political notables. So who comes off looking best?

On Sex Scandals, Republicans and Democrats Have Switched Places
Democrats used to forgive wayward pols, and the GOP used to banish them. No more.
May 13, 2013

On sex scandals, Republicans and Democrats have switched places: Democrats used to forgive wayward pols, and the GOP used to banish them. No more.

Meanwhile, Inside Andrew Cuomo’s Head...
It’s Mario vs. Bubba, again
April 12, 2013

It’s Mario vs. Bubba, again.

In Defense of Polarizing Politicians
What Margaret Thatcher could teach Obama-era pundits
April 12, 2013

Barack Obama's critics—and many of his supporters—assume a leader who polarizes the population has failed. Margaret Thatcher's many eulogists do not share that view. 

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