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Latest Bill Clinton Items
LEXINGTON, S.C. — Sen. Barack Obama is trying to figure out who is his main rival here: former President Bill Clinton who stumped for his wife in South Carolina yesterday or Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton who was in California.
It's not easy being sensitive enough to qualify as a modern Democrat. Political correctness runs amok, and it's only January. If the squawking between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama is about race-baiting, as the most easily excited among us are saying, these are not your grandfather's race-baiters.
An ugly scene
ROANOKE (AP) — It may seem an unlikely source for political prognostication, but a Virginia liberal arts school's choice for the Democratic presidential nominee may be the bellwether in this year of unpredictability.
NEW YORK (AP) — Standing in front of the Harlem office building where Bill Clinton has his post-presidential office, Audrey Quantano said she has supported the former president and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton "for a very long time."
Maybe Bill Clinton wasn't our first black president, after all.
Death by 'honor'
Karl Rove's resignation ends his tenure in a unique place in American history. No other presidential appointee has ever had such a strong influence on politics and policy, and none is likely to do so again anytime soon. Only Robert Kennedy exerted similar influence, and he had little to do with electoral politics during his brother's presidency.