And pigs may sing

Ruby, Michael
June 1993
U.S. News & World Report;6/21/93, Vol. 114 Issue 24, p72
Editorial. Offers advice on how President Bill Clinton can stop putting his worst foot forward. Stop trying to please everyone; Remind Congress who's president; Start firing as well as hiring; Start thinking about tomorrow.


Related Articles

  • Clinton's politics of ingratiation. Schorr, Daniel // New Leader;11/04/96, Vol. 79 Issue 8, p3 

    Comments on President Bill Clinton's practicing of the so-called politics of ingratiation that sometimes makes him say whatever an audience will applaud. Features of his 1995 State of the Union address; Sample case of his position concerning the balanced budget amendment; Other cases of...

  • A fading president's try for one last hurrah. Walsh, Kenneth T. // U.S. News & World Report;07/05/99, Vol. 127 Issue 1, p22 

    Examines the remainder of the second term of United States President Bill Clinton. Clinton's tour of Kosovar refugee camps in Macedonia; Public opinion about Clinton; His Medicare reform plan and its obstacles; Clinton's diminishing influence in Congress; His relations with conservatives;...

  • Searching for ways to pile on the prez. Means, Marianne // Indianapolis Business Journal;04/07/97, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p13B 

    Opinion. Presents criticisms against United States president Bill Clinton. Questioning of the Democratic fund-raising practices; Envy on the president's rights to entertain guests in an elegant style; Clinton's fund-raising coffees and White House overnights as abuse of power; Launch of an...

  • The court rules. Alterman, Eric // Mother Jones;Mar/Apr93, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p61 

    Analyzes the policies of the Bill Clinton administration. Understanding Clinton's politics; Presidential campaign; Reasons to worry about President Bill Clinton's cabinet; Dealing with the punditocracy and its establishment allies.

  • Is the Starr inquiry distracting Clinton? Thurman, James Skip // Christian Science Monitor;3/11/98, Vol. 90 Issue 72, p3 

    Questions whether the investigation into President Bill Clinton's relationship with Monica Lewinsky is affecting Clinton's ability to lead the country. Comments from James Thurber, a political science professor at American University; Why Senate majority leader Trent Lott feels that the...

  • Bill Clinton, man of brass, won't go quietly. Kelly, Michael // National Journal;3/21/98, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p616 

    Ponders on the allegations made against United States President Bill Clinton and how he manages his administration while defending himself. Excerpt from the speech by Clinton before the crowd of AFL-CIO; Charges against the President according to his own Attorney General; Other cases involving...

  • Conclusion: Character did matter.  // Human Events;05/23/97, Vol. 53 Issue 20, pS22 

    Alleges that President Bill Clinton and his subordinates have abused the powers of the presidency to serve their personal interests. Firing of public servants at the urging of cronies looking for government contracts; Provision of White House access and meetings with agents of a foreign...

  • Just a boy from Little Rock. Meacham, Jon // Newsweek;12/30/1996, Vol. 128/129 Issue 27/1, p35 

    Opinion. Discusses the ethical questions and governmental investigations which President Bill Clinton faces as 1997 approaches. The assertion that the Clintons' desire to win and hold office has led to their problems; The need to raise money and nurture personal relationships; The example of...

  • The rogue in the whitehouse. Johnson, Paul // Esquire;Jun97, Vol. 127 Issue 6, p66 

    Focuses on the scandals that have emerged on the beginning of President Bill Clinton's second term which threaten him with personal tragedy. Views on Clinton's administration; Effects of the allegations to Clinton; Views on other American presidents; Factors in winning the United States...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics