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Information overload - What to do?

My boss walked into the office beaming like a teenager, I knew he’s got some gossips in his mind. After the usual greetings he asks “Have you heard the news about Bill Clinton?”  “Bill who?” I asked. 597 more words


The Bill Clinton of 2014-2016 Will Not Be the Bill Clinton of 1992

Everyone who is familiar with the 1992 presidential campaign knows that Bill Clinton ran as a “new kind of Democrat,” one who would “end welfare as we know it,” one who would help craft a society that would reward those who “work hard and play by the rules.” When he ran for president in 1992, Clinton knew that he would not win if he adopted a traditional liberal stance, so he crafted the now-famous “Third Way” approach and campaigned and governed under a Third Way banner. 527 more words

HRC (review)

HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton by Jonathan Allen

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

‘I sort of describe it as “stages of Hillary,”’ one member of Defense Secretary Robert Gates’s inner circle said.

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Bill Clinton: Republicans 'trying to get you to check your brain at the door'

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Is Bill Clinton really this much of a “Goober,” as he displays in the video below? 610 more words


Show Me Your Snapper

“Casanova” Bill Clinton is a musician. He likes the “sounds” of saxophones, sex and violins.

He also likes the blowing of the “whoremonica.”

He’s got… 77 more words


Hillary Clinton Stirs 2016 Speculation In Iowa

INDIANOLA, Iowa (CBSNewYork/AP) – Hillary Rodham Clinton returned to Iowa for the first time since her 2008 presidential campaign, telling Democrats that voters face a choice between “the guardians of gridlock” and those who push for shared opportunity and prosperity. 211 more words


Here are journos beclowning themselves over Hillary Clinton at 'Steak Fry' event [photos]

Silly is putting it kindly. As Twitchy reported, the Clintons hit up Tom Harkin’s “Steak Fry” in Iowa over the weekend. And this happened:

America is watching football.

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