Bill Clinton n. 比尔·克林顿(美国前总统)

  • Progressive writer David Sirota imagines a short celebration followed by a fierce fight for the soul of the party between populists like this one and Bill Clinton-style internationalists.

    FORBES: Democrats Split On Globalization

  • Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide -- restored to power by Bill Clinton -- behaves like a mafia don in his destitute nation, where critics of the government are murdered with impunity.


  • The empowered American left--in sharp contrast to the tradition that runs from Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman all the way to Bill Clinton--often envisions the U.S. as a country headed into the dustbin of history, and deservedly so.

    FORBES: It will take more than a recession to keep the country down.

  • McCollum -- one of the House impeachment managers who prosecuted the Senate trial of President Bill Clinton -- is giving up his central Florida congressional seat, which he has held for nearly 20 years, to run for Senate.

    CNN: Florida Republican drops Senate bid, clearing way for McCollum

  • W. Bush, Bill Clinton -- the last time we had a balanced budget -- all of them understood that you have to take a balanced approach to solving our deficit and debt problems, the same way a family would.

    WHITEHOUSE: President Obama��s Town Hall in Cannon Falls, Minnesota

  • Between Hoover and Obama, the worst a president had ever done in the four years between first and second nomination was to preside over 6.6% total ex-federal growth, a distinction belonging to George W. Bush as he stalled out the Bill Clinton-Newt Gingrich boom.

    FORBES: Obama Has Had Plenty of Time, But Gave Us -0.3% Growth Instead

  • Part of the trouble is that on the bodily-fluid score and on the lesson-to-be-learned score, they face unbeatable competition from the real-life folly of the moment: the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky affair, which almost everyone agrees is both none of their business and compulsory viewing.

    ECONOMIST: It��s stupidity, stupid

  • Indeed, except for a few tv loudmouths and self-help salesmen, there's nobody on the list whose day job is to interpret real events. (We dropped a category for public speakers this year--that's why you don't see Bill Clinton--because it's such a static roster.) No matter: Click here to enjoy the names and faces as useful data points of a personality-obsessed era.

    FORBES: Sidelines

  • This past October Bill Clinton -- on a visit to London promoting his recent book "Giving" -- sat down with BBC Radio host John Humphreys for an interview and, after disposing of book chat in a few minutes, breezily proceeded to harshly criticize President Bush and recent American policy in Iraq, as well as our positions on Kyoto, the Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty and the International Criminal Court.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Breaching conventions in statesmanship

  • " And when she was asked about abortion, she responded with a classic poll-tested Bill Clinton formulation -- it is a difficult personal choice that should be made between "a woman, her family, her doctor and her God.


  • The district is generally competitive, though it gave Bill Clinton double-digit margins in both 1992 and 1996.

    CNN: A Classic Rematch In Illinois' 17th C.D.

  • The first Bill Clinton bio-pic?

    NEWYORKER: Sommersby

  • The opposition's hand was further strengthened by the tightness of a deadline imposed on the government: it had to have a realistic rescue plan in place so Mr Obuchi would not have to face Bill Clinton empty-handed at their meeting in New York on September 22nd.

    ECONOMIST: Japan

  • Together with other senior Clinton administration figures -- such as Strobe Talbott, John Shattuck, Sam Brown and of course Bill Clinton, himself -- who were prominent fixtures in the anti-war movement, those who have "learned nothing and forgotten nothing" from the Vietnam war are set to repeat the earlier mistake.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: 'Cry, the abandoned country...'

  • Although it is no longer true that a candidate must win New Hampshire to become president -- Bill Clinton broke that jinx in 1992 -- a poor showing here still appears almost certain to snuff out the chances of a presidential candidate.

    CNN: New Hampshire voters head to the polls

  • To her, Hillary was the "brilliant and dazzling" embodiment of the women's movement and all its promise, and she tried mightily to persuade her not to surrender a limitless future in Washington for a man-even Bill Clinton, whom she knew-and become an assistant professor at a "hillbilly" law school.

    NPR: Bernstein Claims to Reveal the 'Real' Hillary

  • Barack Obama's 2012 re-election campaign made much of the fact that Osama Bin Laden - named as the US's "public enemy number one" by Bill Clinton in 1998 - had been killed under his leadership.

    BBC: Why do people keep lists of enemies?

  • Better yet, Air Force One is to land there in mid-December, bringing President Bill Clinton on a quasi-state visit.

    ECONOMIST: Israel and the Palestinians

  • Such was the case in 1992, when the fresh-faced Bill Clinton nominated two separate attorney generals -- Zoe Baird and Kimba Wood -- both of whom had to withdraw themselves from the nomination process over revelations they had previously employed illegal immigrants.

    CNN: Obama's vetting could chase away candidates

  • Obviously coming out of the convention we got a little bit of momentum, mainly attributable to the First Lady, Michelle Obama -- (applause) -- as well as Bill Clinton who, somebody said -- (applause) -- somebody tweeted right after he made the speech, he should be made secretary of explaining stuff. (Laughter.) So we got a little bit of momentum.

    WHITEHOUSE: The White House

  • Bill Press: Republicans set their sights on - Bill Clinton!!

    CNN: /AllPolitics - Analysis and 'Toons'

  • New Jersey is a competitive state that was carried by Bill Clinton and now-senator Bob Torricelli (D) last November.

    CNN: Whitman A Favorite In New Jersey

  • After the Republicans won control of the Congress in 1994, then president Bill Clinton was hard-pressed to advance his domestic agenda.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Condi's embrace of jihadist 'peace'

  • In the mid-1990s, Bill Clinton resuscitated and negotiated a side-deal designed to fix, or at least obscure, what Mr. Reagan found objectionable.


  • Former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Soviet-era President Mikhail Gorbachev and former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair are all expected to attend, he added.


  • In Washington, the merits of sending Bill Clinton or Kerry -- the only two envoys officially invited by the North Koreans -- were being debated.

    CNN: Analysis: Clinton to North Korea -- a matter of respect

  • The grid is vulnerable because it is controlled via the World Wide Web, said Woolsey, who directed the Central Intelligence Agency under President Bill Clinton from 1993-95.

    FORBES: Former CIA Director: The Grid Is Vulnerable To Attack

  • In 1993 she was chosen by Bill Clinton to co-chair the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports and a year later she established the Florence Griffith-Joyner Foundation to help underprivileged children.

    CNN: Florence Griffith-Joyner

  • What happened last year is actually pretty simple: Under intense pressure from Bill Clinton, then-Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak offered Mr. Arafat a deal more generous and, for Israel, more risky than anyone expected any Israeli leader ever to propose.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Center for Security Policy | Antidote to Outrageous Palestinian Revisionism and Agitprop

  • In one marathon reception in December 1996, Bill Clinton and then-First Lady Hillary Clinton welcomed about 1, 200 guests over three hours, with a 90-minute break upstairs in the middle, according to an archive of White House schedules kept by the William J Clinton Presidential Library.

    BBC: Christmas at the White House: What do you say to Obama?

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