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Topic - Monica Lewinsky
It's getting harder every day to be a liberal.
Political observers from both sides of the aisle said Sunday there is little use in rehashing the turmoil of Bill Clinton's presidency if his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, decides to run for the White House in 2016.
It's nearly Valentine's Day again. Girls and boys, children and teenagers, men and women of various sizes, colors and ages, parade sentiments about what they wish, think, enjoy, reflect or remember about this crazy thing called love.
It is happening again. The media tell us there is a huge groundswell of support for Hillary Clinton to run for the presidency in 2016.
Hey man, like it's a bummer: There's unintended collateral damage when marijuana is legalized for recreational use.
On May 12, 1992, Stan Greenberg and Celinda Lake, top pollsters for Bill Clinton's presidential campaign, issued a confidential memo. The memo's subject was "Research on Hillary Clinton."
Hillary Clinton may have written in her autobiography that she felt “dumbfounded” and broke-hearted at her husband Bill’s affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky – but privately, she had harsher words for the 22-year-old who tore at her marriage.
Sen. Rand Paul, who has been in a bit of a tiff recently with the Clintons, says that any Democrat who has raised campaign money with former President Clinton should return the cash to protest his sexual behavior in the White House.
Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, blasted former President Bill Clinton Wednesday morning as a "serial philanderer" and argued that there's a question of hypocrisy as Democrats accuse the GOP of engaging in their own "war on women."
Are we forgetting all the good this shadowy agency has accomplished? Snowden's revelations can't diminish its national security contributions
Obama is reaping the skepticism he earned with his duplicity
Reckless accusers deserve a taste of their own medicine
Too much talk, not enough action: The adage comes into play among those who criticize President Obama for either overthinking the Syria matter, huddling with advisers or simply handwringing on the sidelines as the situation grows worse. Of course, the slowing of discourse plus a series of mini-events and public statements could be strategic devices to buy time or prime diplomatic channels. Or not.
You'd think a country celebrating its 237th birthday would have some basic facts about its history and geography nailed down.
A Portland, Ore., teacher who had an affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky at the same time she was engaging in illicit acts with President Bill Clinton is now auctioning off several artifacts tied to the rendezvous — including, at least one sample of her lingerie.
"The vote to sustain the filibuster relied almost exclusively on dishonest and distorted attacks on Professor Liu's record and character," she said.
She told me: 'There will never be another man in my life that could make me as happy as he did.'