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  • Hillary Wins Liberal German Media Prize

    12/17/2004 4:10:08 PM PST · by kattracks · 17 replies · 964+ views ^ | 12/17/05 | Carl Limbacher
    U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton has been awarded the "German Media Prize" of 2004, the organizers said Friday. The prize is awarded to leftwing political figures. The 57-year-old former US first lady wins the prize for her efforts to strengthen the role of women in politics, society and media, said the press release of German market research firm MediaControl. The same prize was also awarded to her husband, former US President Bill Clinton, in 1999. Mrs. Clinton will come to Baden-Baden, in southern Germany, to receive the prize on February 13, 2005. The German Media Prize is established by Media Control...
  • Thrill to Hil-Rudy contest

    12/17/2004 6:26:57 PM PST · by andie74 · 21 replies · 827+ views
    New York Daily News ^ | December 17, 2004 | Helen Kennedy
    WASHINGTON - Many people want to see Sen. Hillary Clinton take on Rudy Giuliani in the 2008 presidential race, a new national poll shows. A new Quinnipiac University poll found 57% of voters like Clinton (D-N.Y.) and only 4% express anger toward her, though she is widely considered one of the most polarizing politicians in the country. In a hypothetical matchup, Giuliani and Clinton are neck and neck: 45% to 43%. "I don't think it's going to happen, but both Democrats and Republicans think a Rudy-Hillary race would be a lot of fun," said Maurice Carroll, Director of the Quinnipiac...
  • Michael Moore: Hillary a Star in 2008

    12/18/2004 9:49:53 AM PST · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 96 replies · 2,299+ views
    NewsMax ^ | Dec 18, 2004 | Limbacher
    Conspiracy filmmaker-turned-political strategist Michael Moore is touting New York Sen. Hillary Clinton as the Democratic Party's star presidential candidate in 2008, saying that women in America would turn out in droves to vote her back into the White House. In quotes first reported by California's Santa Monica Mirror, Moore told Democrats gathered last week at a Pacific Palisades home, "Hillary is a star. She walks into a room and it lights up." Story Continues Below Saying his party needed to nominate "a candidate people want to watch," Moore contended that Clinton would be hugely popular with female voters, especially single-moms....
  • Hillary Trails Generic GOP Candidate by Seven Points

    12/19/2004 6:17:17 PM PST · by Embraer2004 · 15 replies · 921+ views
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | 12/13/04 | Scott Rasmussen
    December 13, 2004--If the next Presidential Election were held today, 46% of voters would vote for a generic Republican candidate over Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. A Rasmussen Reports survey found that 39% of voters would cast their ballot for Senator Clinton. The New York Senator holds a narrow 45% to 42% lead among women, but trails by 17 points among men. The national telephone survey of 1,500 Likely Voters was conducted by Rasmussen Reports December 3-5, 2004. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. An earlier Rasmussen Reports survey found that...
  • Hillary's Poll Numbers Startling (Early 2008 Poll Numbers)

    12/19/2004 6:38:55 PM PST · by nj26 · 125 replies · 3,699+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 12/19/04
    If the 2008 election were held today, New York Sen. Hillary Clinton would handily defeat three of the top Republicans being touted as possible candidates, a startling new survey by Fox News Opinion Dynamics shows. In a race between Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and Clinton, the New York Democrat would win by 7 points, defeating Frist 40 percent to 33 percent, according to Fox Dynamics figures cited Sunday by Angus Reid Consultants. Matched against New York Gov. George Pataki, Clinton's margin of victory drops by 1 point, but she'd still win 41 percent to 35 percent. The former first...
  • Hillary Trails in Polls

    12/19/2004 10:00:10 PM PST · by vmoney · 43 replies · 1,349+ views
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | December 13 2004 | Scott Rasmussen
    If the next Presidential Election were held today, 46% of voters would vote for a generic Republican candidate over Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. A Rasmussen Reports survey found that 39% of voters would cast their ballot for Senator Clinton. The New York Senator holds a narrow 45% to 42% lead among women, but trails by 17 points among men. The national telephone survey of 1,500 Likely Voters was conducted by Rasmussen Reports December 3-5, 2004. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. An earlier Rasmussen Reports survey found that 42% of...

    12/20/2004 6:54:15 AM PST · by presidio9 · 112 replies · 3,388+ views
    NY Post ^ | December 20, 2004 | Dick Johnson
    EDWARD Klein, the former New York Timesman who has made a career writing about the Kennedy family, has turned his sights on Sen. Hillary Clinton — and it won't be pretty, sources say. "He doesn't care for the Clintons, and he is digging up some new dirt on them," said one insider. Klein's titles include "All Too Human: The Love Story of Jack and Jackie," "Just Jackie: Her Private Years," "Farewell Jackie: A Portrait of Her Final Days," and "The Kennedy Curse: Why Tragedy Has Haunted America's First Family for 150 Years." Klein is almost finished writing the as-yet-untitled biography...
  • Kerry, Hillary would beat Jeb, Frist, and Pataki in 2008

    12/20/2004 8:46:25 AM PST · by DaveDCMetro · 56 replies · 1,384+ views
    Kerry Would Beat (Jeb) Bush In 2008 (Angus Reid Consultants - CPOD Global Scan) – Massachusetts senator John Kerry could win the presidency in 2008, according to a poll by Opinion Dynamics released by Fox News. 45 per cent of respondents would vote for the 2004 Democratic nominee in a head-to-head contest against Republican Florida governor Jeb Bush. In other prospective elections, New York senator and former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton leads three Republicans: Florida’s Bush, Tennessee senator Bill Frist and New York governor George Pataki. Rodham Clinton was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 2000, defeating Republican...
  • Hillary ’08: Don’t Ask If—It’s a Go!

    12/22/2004 3:40:28 PM PST · by EnigmaticAnomaly · 16 replies · 748+ views
    Let’s just get this out of the way now: She’s running. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has a re-election campaign in front of her in 2006, but as far as many around her are concerned, the train has already departed for a destination two years farther out—the Presidency. "She is going to focus on going for Senate and getting that out of the way, but the eye is always on the prize," a former aide to Mrs. Clinton told The Observer. Mrs. Clinton currently is gearing up for her re-election with a campaign whose cost and intensity are taking on the...

    12/25/2004 11:53:11 AM PST · by coffee260 · 42 replies · 2,465+ views
    As I watched Rick Lazio's interview on Fox News this morning, I felt compelled to write this open letter to you, Mrs. Clinton. Brit Hume asked Mr. Lazio's views regarding you as a person and how he perceived you as a candidate. Rick Lazio did not answer the question, but I know that I can. You know it, too. I have no doubt that you are the same conniving, self-serving person you were twenty-two years ago when I had the misfortune to meet you. When I see you on television, campaigning for the New York senate race, I can see...
  • Times: Hillary's Toughest Opponent 'Herself'

    12/26/2004 2:43:52 AM PST · by beyond the sea · 130 replies · 2,406+ views ^ | 12/25/04 | unknown
    New York Sen. Hillary Clinton is already the frontrunner for her party's presidential nomination in 2008. But to win the general election, she'll have to overcome opposition from a significant number of voters who absolutely can't stand her. Survey after survey shows that approximately one-third of New Yorkers has a negative opinion of Clinton, the New York Times said Saturday. "The voters who disapprove of Clinton are numerous and unshakable, and they have been around so long that they have a name in political circles. Hillary haters." The former first lady's negative image is largely driven by the perception that...
  • Hillary clinton to appear at International Women's Health Coalition dinner in NYC Jan 11th.

    12/26/2004 7:58:10 AM PST · by gimmebackmyconstitution · 40 replies · 1,877+ views
    New York Times | 12/26/04 | society page, NYT
    Women's Health and Rights JAN. 11 - Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton will be honored, for her leadership, at a dinner at Cipriani 42nd Street to raise money for the health and women's rights programs and advocacy work of the International Women's Health Coalition. Kathleen Turner will be the host. The evening begins at 6:30 with dinner at 7:30. Tickets, $500, from (212) 979-8500, ext. 332.
  • Morris: How Hillary Becomes President in '08

    12/29/2004 6:40:54 AM PST · by seppel · 70 replies · 2,214+ views ^ | Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2004 7:14 a.m. EST | Editor: Newsmax
    Longtime presidential strategist Dick Morris had words of caution yesterday for those who say Hillary Clinton can't generate the kind of national support she needs to put herself back in White House in 2008. Not only will Sen. Clinton win her party's nomination in a walk, the former Clinton adviser contends, her chances of beating the GOP four years from now are "superb." ...
  • Hillary: New York Is My Home – For Now

    12/29/2004 3:30:47 PM PST · by AmericanMade1776 · 54 replies · 1,353+ views ^ | December 27,2004
    Sen. Hillary Clinton hinted on Sunday that she's prepared to relocate out of New York state if necessary, while dismissing suggestions that she may be planning a move to Washington as "speculation." "New York is my home right now," Clinton told celebrity interviewer Daphne Barak (emphasis added). "I love the weekends in my New York house: just spending time at home, strolling in the neighborhood, talking to the people around, relaxing." On a possible White House run, Clinton said: "For now I am concentrating on being a good senator. I am also focusing on getting re-elected. Anything else is speculation."...
  • Gallup: George W. Bush Is Most Admired Man in 2004 (Hillary is most admired "woman")

    12/29/2004 7:16:42 PM PST · by RWR8189 · 43 replies · 1,452+ views
    Gallup News Service ^ | December 29, 2004 | Joseph Carroll
     Hillary Clinton tops list of most admired women; Oprah Winfrey a close secondPRINCETON, NJ -- President George W. Bush tops Gallup's annual survey of the "most admired man" for the fourth year in a row. Hillary Clinton leads the most admired woman list, with Oprah Winfrey close behind. Republicans and Democrats differ significantly in their views of this year's most admirable men and women. Republicans overwhelmingly say the president is the most admired man, and also name first lady Laura Bush and national security adviser Condoleezza Rice as the most admired women. Democrats, meanwhile, are most likely to mention Bill...
  • Poll: Hillary Clinton most admired woman

    12/30/2004 5:20:40 PM PST · by hope · 25 replies · 1,260+ views
    most admired woman This is a WorldNetDaily printer-friendly version of the article which follows. To view this item online, visit Thursday, December 30, 2004 RODHAM WATCHPoll: Hillary Clinton most admired womanNew York Democrat previously named most corrupt, most evil of millennium Posted: December 30, 20045:00 p.m. Eastern © 2004 Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y. New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, who has previously been ranked as the most corrupt person in America and the sixth most evil person of the last millennium, is listed again as the most admired woman in a year-end poll of Americans by the Gallup Organization. Mrs. Clinton...
  • Hillary Awareness Day 2005

    01/01/2005 2:11:41 PM PST · by Scarfo · 183 replies · 4,247+ views ^ | 1, Jan 2005 |
    HILLARY AWARENESS DAY - Friday Jan 14th 2005 - HR is pleased to announce that a formal on line web-conference will be held on the above date. There will be many topics presented, hand out material and formal discussions. Registration for the event is free and those wishing to attend must be pre-registered to post and participate. Information on the link.
  • BACKSTORY Fund-raiser Aaron Tonken Writing Hillary Tell-All

    01/07/2005 3:34:02 PM PST · by Liz · 33 replies · 1,524+ views
    For the story behind the story... Convicted Hollywood fund-raiser Aaron Tonken, who helped organize an August 2000 star-studded tribute to Bill Clinton's presidency that doubled as a fund raiser for Hillary's Senate campaign, is writing an October-surprise tell-all book that could cause trouble for the entire Democratic Party. "He has a book coming out in October in which he's promising to reveal all sorts of things," Fox News reporter Eric Shawn told WABC Radio's Monica Crowley Wednesday night. "I think we're in the beginning of what could turn out to be a major brewing story dealing with campaign financing in...

    01/06/2005 11:20:31 PM PST · by kattracks · 56 replies · 2,082+ views
    New York Post ^ | 1/07/05
    So much for the new, moderate — dare we say centrist — Hillary Rod ham Clinton. Yesterday she lined up with her party's moonbat "They-Stole-Ohio" caucus to headline the first formal congressional challenge to a presidential election since 1877 — only to see the effort, in equal measures baseless and slanderous, fail spectacularly. Thus the second inauguration of George W. Bush as president of the United States will proceed on schedule Jan. 20. No doubt visions of her own installation are dancing in Hillary's head; that could explain her flirtation with the grassy-knoll commandos of her party's left wing:...
  • Hillary's Former Fund-Raising Director Indicted (UPDATED INFO)

    01/07/2005 1:58:31 PM PST · by fidelio · 251 replies · 10,188+ views
    San Luis Obispo (Ca.) ^ | 07 Jan 05 | Associated Press Wire
    <p>WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's former finance director has been indicted on charges of causing false campaign finance reports to be filed with the Federal Election Commission, the Justice Department said Friday.</p> <p>The indictment of David Rosen, unsealed in Los Angeles, focuses on his fund-raising for an Aug. 12, 2000, gala for Clinton in Los Angeles. The New York Democrat was still first lady at the time.</p>