Zach Galifianakis hosted Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on his online parody talk show, “Between Two Ferns” — and the former Secretary of State stayed deadpan as she parried the comedian’s characteristically obnoxious questions.
There was no means of escape from the gang of perhaps a dozen or so reporters, which felt to Bill Clinton like a horde of hundreds who suddenly had total access to him. Nor did Clinton feel he could simply walk away without answering any of their questions—some friendly, some not so friendly.
This is the most important presidential election of my lifetime, and we can’t go back to zero and start over again, particularly not when we think about the profound difference the Affordable Care Act has made.
“We are all over the moon as Chelsea and Marc welcome Charlotte’s little brother to the world, and grateful for our many blessings,” the Clintons said. Daughter Chelsea and son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky welcomed their first child, Charlotte, on Sept. 26, 2014, just as the former secretary of State was gearing up for the presidential campaign.
Women’s magazines are increasingly publishing stories about political candidates, and many of the stories focus on Hillary Clinton and progressive policies. Does that mean they are endorsing her?
When you hear loud braying about the Clinton Foundation, remember that these same pundits (and newspapers) once insisted that Whitewater was a huge and terrible scandal.
Jon Stewart noticed that Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) launched his campaign with a speech about freedom — which students were required to attend.
Washington (AFP) – A leading U.S. doctors’ group Tuesday urged parents to read to their children starting in infancy, in order to boost language skills in an age of screens and smartphones. Pediatricians have long encouraged reading to children, but the guidelines are the first official policy from the American Academy of Pediatrics telling doctors […]
With the happy news that Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky expect their first child later this year, the Clinton family can anticipate warm good wishes from most Americans – and a less uplifting response from all of the usual suspects. The inane but mostly harmless speculation from the pundit class already has begun. How will […]