This afternoon, Michele Bachmann sent an all-caps SOS to conservatives: SAVE ME FROM BILL CLINTON!Here's what the email said:
Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you areHappy snow day and Presidents' Day. Just as the American mosaic is composed of people with different backgrounds and ideas, each of our presidents presents a unique gastronomic portrait. Let's take a look at five presidential food favor ... More >>
Clinton takes another shot at Bachmann.Former President Bill Clinton just told representatives of the world's leading economic powers that Rep. Michele Bachmann exists in a parallel universe divorced from reality when it coms to America's position in the world, especially with regards to heal ... More >>
Clinton: Use your brains before voting for BachmannBill Clinton picked a lousy night to be a Vikings fan, but he rallied the faithful for Tarryl Clark anyway, and got in a few hits on Michele Bachmann while the hometown crowd cheered.
Rep. Michele Bachmann likes to holler that Bill Clinton's called her stupid and put a hit on her. Now he's coming to her back yard. The former president will be at the Teamsters Local 120 Hall in Blaine Sunday evening for a Vikings-Packers tailgate party with Bachman's challenger, DFLer Tarr ... More >>
Photo via WikipediaMiss him yet? Bill Clinton said the Republicans would barely recognize him.Bill Clinton blew into town last night for a $1000-a-head fundraiser benefiting Democrat Mark Dayton's run for governor. George W. Bush wasn't with him, but Clinton suggested that maybe he would hav ... More >>
The former President is in a New York hospital.
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Allegations that the president's personal secretary was involved in a cover-up--obscured in the headlines by the White House's skillful media handling--represent the biggest danger yet for Clinton's credibility.
There is a certain poetic justice in seeing the president who made Family Values the central theme of his re-election brought low by his own reckless philandering.
Vermont Rep. Bernie Sanders nailed it the other day when he said: "The major banks have made huge sums of money in Asia, and now their loans are turning sour. Well, that's what free enterprise is about--sometimes you win, and sometimes you lose."
Prosecutors were finally able to nail Tyson Foods--one of the three corporate behemoths that launched and sustained Bill Clinton's political career.
Thanks to Clinton's foreign policy, 1998 could be the year of living dangerously for much of the world.
The budget deal is chock-full of outrageous considerations for corporations bought with campaign cash.
In their plodding way the Thompson hearings have elicited much new info illustrating the Democratic Party's orgy of greed for campaign cash.
The Clinton-sanctioned expansion of NATO stands to cost U.S. taxpayers something over $30 billion--and this to repel a tattered Russian army
As evidence of public disgust mounts, Congress and the White House are continuing to stonewall on campaign finance reform
Paul Wellstone, the Senate's most liberal member, has called the deal "a budget without a soul." Yet even Wellstone refuses to break with Clinton, for he fails to offer a systemic analysis of how it came to be.
Bill Clinton raised a fortune for his campaign bid and became the first Democratic president re-elected since FDR. But his most enduring legacy may lie in the Republican Congress.
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