THE DRINAN AFFAIR, AGAIN
- Selective Memories. Isikoff, Michael // Bulletin with Newsweek;12/11/2007, Vol. 125 Issue 6599, p67
The article focuses on the political issues faced by the two master spinners in politics in the U.S. who are Bill Clinton and Karl Rove. Accordingly, the two master spinners have offered novel accounts of events leading up to the U.S. invasion in Iraq in March 2003. Moreover, it is said that the...
- Where the Jokes Are. Barrett, Randy // National Journal;5/13/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 19, p62
The article provides information on writing jokes for politicians in the U.S. The estimated cost of a joke material is $15,000. Humorist Mark Katz started his career writing jokes for 1998 Democratic presidential candidate Michael Dukakis and wrote jokes for former U.S. President Bill Clinton....
- Scandal doesn't translate to campaigns. Myers, Dennis // Las Vegas Business Press;10/05/98, Vol. 15 Issue 40, p4
Opinion. Comments on an article written by F.J. Dionne in the September 29, 1998 edition of the periodical `Washington Post' criticizing the preoccupation of politicians with the affairs of United States President Bill Clinton. Slowness of the Congress in transacting business; Discussions...
- OFF THE RECORD. // Campaigns & Elections (1996);Sep2007, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p66
The article presents quotations from U.S. politicians, including former U.S. President Bill Clinton's views on an Iowa woman mistaking him for Bob Barker, U.S. President George W. Bush on Barry Bonds and Representative Dennis Kudnich, D-Ohio on his campaign.
- POLL POSITIONS. Elshtain, Jean Bethke // New Republic;10/19/98, Vol. 219 Issue 16, p13
Argues that elected officials in the U.S. should not depend on public opinion polls for their actions related to the sex scandal involving President Bill Clinton. Importance of public opinion polls for effective governance; Obligation of elected officials to act on the basis of what they think...
- The Pragmatists. Bowman, James // National Review;12/22/1997, Vol. 49 Issue 24, p55
The article argues that the mainstream press and journalists in the U.S. who have maintained pragmatic and non-ideological posturing are in essence threading the path of political partisanship in favor of U.S. President Bill Clinton. The pragmatic and non-ideological press are, in essence,...
- Remarks at a Reception for Representative Cynthia A. McKinney in Atlanta. Clinton, William J. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;4/17/2000, Vol. 36 Issue 15, p828
Presents the text of the remarks made by United States President Bill Clinton at a reception for Representative Cynthia A. McKinney in Atlanta, Georgia on April 14, 2000.
- Feeling His Pain, Taking His M&M's. Stein, Joel; Adams, Kathleen; Bower, Amanda; Castronovo, Val; Hartwell, Randy; Martens, Ellin; Song, Sora; Tyrangiel, Josh // Time;2/26/2001, Vol. 157 Issue 8, p18
Comments on former United States President Bill Clinton. Topic of pardons that included Marc Rich; Amount of Clinton's speaking fee; Reason that Clinton should be in a large office.
- Hotline Extra. Swanson, Neil // National Journal;6/09/2001, Vol. 33 Issue 23, p1756
Presents news on politicians in the United States as of June 2001. Communication gap between former President Bill Clinton and former Vice-President Al Gore; Speculation on Senator Phil Gramm's, R-Texas, resignation; Role of former basketball player Magic Johnson and filmmaker Spike Lee in the...