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Clinton Global Initiative

Faith Irvin -

On September 19 in a cozy Lincoln Hall classroom, a few Illinois College students met to converse about the Clinton Global Initiative over some Buffalo Wild Wings and soda. 639 more words


Jon Stewart interviewed Bill Clinton and it was pretty reasonable

Click the image to head over to the Daily Show’s website to watch the full interview.

Jon Stewart interviewed Bill Clinton last Friday night, and while I’m not a screaming teen girly fan about Bill Clinton, the whole thing was pretty reasonable. 209 more words


Clinton: US 'Less Racist, Less Sexist, Less Homophobic'

NEW YORK, N.Y. (CBS DC) – Former President Bill Clinton said that an increasingly violent climate in the U.S. has been exacerbated by stand-your-ground laws, the NRA, and those who only surround themselves with people who agree with their opinions – but he rejects that the country is more racist than it was in the past. 359 more words


A Bit on How the Clintons' Treat Presstitutes

The First Amendment of the US Constitution is in part intended to ensure Americans of a the Freedom of the Press.  But that fundamental freedom does not ensure access when progressive politicians want to manage the message by rounding up reporters and controlling access. 157 more words


New initiative looks to use tech to help job seekers, small businesses

Business and education leaders have joined a new initiative to use technology to help job-seekers and entrepreneurs learn new skills.

President Bill Clinton announced the new program… 361 more words


Barack Obama on the threat to civil society in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Hungary

American presidents are lining up against the Hungarian prime minister and his illiberal state. On The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Bill Clinton said that “there’s the authoritarian capitalism model which is Russia and in a different way China, and it has some appeal. 1,136 more words

Viktor Orbán

On The Importance of the Global Education of Girls

I remember sitting on the sofa, listening to my grandmother’s stories about her coming-of-age days during the final years of WWII. After her high school graduation she entered the work force in The City (that would be New York City, of course), where she and her fellow office girls defied cultural and professional dress codes by painting tan, narrow stripes down the backs of their calves in an effort to look as if they were wearing those highly-rationed, rare extravagances otherwise known as stockings. 990 more words

Educating Girls