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IT WAS BACK on Jan. 27, 1998, when Hillary Clinton first used the phrase "vast right-wing conspiracy" to describe the attacks on her husband.
Awhile back, when Hillary Rodham Clinton was the first lady and I was writing editorials and columns at another newspaper, someone who didn't much like either of us sent me a series of unsigned postcards showing Clinton as a photo-shopped dominatrix on the front, with hateful messages about my work on the flip side.
Details on a pro-Clinton super PAC's push last week show she's miles ahead of any potential challenger for 2016.
Americans have a positive view of Hillary Clinton's personal characteristics that in many cases has only improved with time, and on some key measures of toughness and leadership skills, she scores higher than President Barack Obama, according to a new national poll.
Ham and eggs, dictators and plebiscites, tyranny and sham elections, they all go together.
Liberal comic Bill Maher praised Sen. Rand Paul following his straw poll victory at CPAC, saying the Kentucky Republican could give Hillary Clinton "a run for her money," if both run in 2016.
In one of the thousands of Clinton administration papers released Friday came a hint of what is to come if Hillary Rodham Clinton decides to run for president in 2016.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who is expected to be the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, believes it is a 'bedrock truth' that abortion restrictions hamper human progress, and any efforts to improve women's rights must begin with increased access to contraception and abortion.
In the run-up to Sunday's election in Crimea , the East and West are in a tug-of-war over Nazi provocation.
SOUTHEAST COBB Commissioner Bob Ott might have been due for some sleepless nights in fall 2016 if the Democrats were to nominate Hillary Clinton for president.
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In this Friday, Oct. 27, 1995 file picture, a large Canadian flag is passed through a crowd in as thousands streamed into Montreal from all over Canada to join Quebecers rallying for national unity three days before a referendum that could propel Quebec toward secession.
Stung by the GOP takeover of Congress in the 1994 elections, White House advisers urged President Bill Clinton not to take the blame and make light of it in public but instead to hit back hard by casting Republicans as defenders of "wealthy special interests," according to documents released Friday.
As a presidential contest between Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush in 2016 appears ever more likely, it's a good moment to ask what alternative exists to lying down and letting such a campaign drown the body politic.
Next Tuesday's highly anticipated release of The Auschwitz Escape by New York Times bestselling author Joel C. Rosenberg could not come at a more appropriate time.