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The Sept. 21 event at Gordon's Pacific Palisades home will include a concert by Burt Bacharach and an appearance by Sen. Barbara Boxer.
7 hrs ago | RedState
On Sunday, Bill and Hillary Clinton were Iowa attending the final Tom Harkin Steak Fry event, and Bill was repeatedly pinned down in conversation by folks in attendance. During one such encounter, Clinton got into a discussion with a pro-Palestinian activist who managed to elicit a surprising, or not so surprising, comment from the former President.
It's not as well-known as other historic sites associated with Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his wife, Eleanor, but a six-story Manhattan town house where the Roosevelts lived for decades is reclaiming its place in history as a living testament to their legacy. The home was given to Franklin and Eleanor as a wedding gift in 1908 by FDR's mother, Sara Delano Roosevelt.
To the columnist, Francis Scott Key's historic account of the 1814 defense of Fort McHenry gratuitously celebrates the horrors of war, "forc[ing] us to relive Key's emotional trauma during that long night 200 years ago" with "a kind of musical bombardment." Couching it as a compliment, Widmer claims the song serves the jingoistic purpose of "drown[ing] out bad news with bluster, brass and percussion."
For a preview of what the next two to ten years will look like, check out the video of Bill Clinton's speech this past weekend at Senator Harkin's Iowa Steak Fry. It's been long enough since Clinton was president that some of us may have forgotten the low points.
Bill Clinton will headline a Scottsdale fundraiser Tuesday for Fred DuVal, the Democratic candidate for governor and a former White House staffer under Clinton. It was widely expected that the former president would help raise money for DuVal, who was the White House liaison to states on implementing Clinton's welfare reform law.
Talk show host Joe Scarborough expressed exasperation with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her continued teasing about whether or not she's running for president in 2016. With the nation facing problems on both the domestic and international fronts, Scarborough told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that Clinton should make a decision, rather than skirt the issue, as she did again over the weekend at an Iowa fundraiser.
"I've studied all the polls and I really believe that we're still in a zone where they're all real close and it depends on who decides to show. And our side's not used to voting in midterms.
"Hello, Iowa!" says Hillary Clinton, who has not set foot in Iowa for six years and eight months and in fact, until quite recently, has loathed the place. She cautiously enunciates each word from her prepared text, even the jokes.
Bill Clinton talks to Bloomberg Politics Managing Editor Mark Halperin on Sunday in Indianola, Iowa about his take on key Senate contests in Georgia, Arkansas, and Kentucky. Clinton demonstrates his fabled mastery of the minutiae to advise on the way to win tough races, especially in his native South.
Dick Furinash, of Liberty Center, Iowa, stands with cutouts of former Sec. of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and former President Bill Clinton during U.S. . Ellen Adelman, of Des Moines, Iowa, waits to listen to former Sec. of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speak during U.S. .
Only twice in the nation's history have the American people reelected three consecutive presidents. The first instance occurred at the beginning of the 19th century, when three men from the ascendant Democratic-Republican Party - Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe - each got eight years in the White House.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may be headlining Sen. Tom Harkin's annual Steak Fry today, but the longtime progressive senator indicated that shouldn't be taken as an endorsement should she decide to run for president in 2016. Harkin, who is retiring after 30 years in the Senate and was hosting his last annual Steak Fry today, said progressives should raise questions about Clinton's foreign policy and economic positions.
While you were waiting for your Hot Pocket to finish getting nuked in a gas station microwave, former President Bill Clinton on Saturday shook hands and ate breakfast at Homegrown. Atlanta Hawks CEO Steve Koonin yesterday apologized to fans after audio of General Manager Danny Ferry's comments and majority owner Bruce Levenson's racist email were released.
DC Mumbo sauce is the political equivalent of blending, straining, and bottling the last 4 president of these United States. Unless you are national history enthusiast, a backwards politician, high ranking military official, or racist football fan; I do not see much of a reason to visit Washington DC.
Stet is that proofreader's mark that means "keep it that way." We say keep it ISIS.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 08:41 am
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