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  • Morning Joe Panel Can’t Come Up with Hillary Achievement

    04/10/2014 7:38:31 AM PDT · by Hoodat · 33 replies
    White House Dossier ^ | April 10, 2014, 8:59 am | Keith Koffler
    Uh oh. Morning Joe often includes some of the best political minds around. AND THEY CAN’T COME UP WITH ANYTHING HILLARY HAS DONE EITHER! Were Mrs. Clinton a Republican, she’d be getting called an empty suit, albeit a well-traveled one. One panelist even suggests that she’ll have to reveal her big achievement in her upcoming book, which is to be published in June. As if her terms as senator and Secretary of State were carried out in secret! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBwUWnWraWU
  • Once-barred Muslim scholar arrives in NY for forum ( Tariq Ramadan )

    04/07/2010 7:40:38 PM PDT · by george76 · 12 replies · 501+ views
    trib ^ | April 7, 2010 | LARRY NEUMEISTER ,
    A prominent Muslim scholar banned from the United States for six years returned Wednesday for visits to four cities... "In the name of your fear or mistrust of Muslim-majority countries, you may end up betraying your own values," Tariq Ramadan ... Ramadan said he was happy to be in the U.S. ...to speak on a panel Thursday at The Cooper Union college. "My name has been cleared," he said. The 47-year-old professor at Oxford University in England was permitted to return to the United States after Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in January signed orders enabling re-entry for him...
  • Clinton warns N. Korea against belligerent actions

    05/27/2009 1:13:01 PM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 32 replies · 1,021+ views
    AP via Yahoo! News ^ | May 27, 2009 | By FOSTER KLUG
    WASHINGTON – U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton warned on Wednesday that North Korea faces consequences for its nuclear and missile tests and denounced its "provocative and belligerent" threats. "There are consequences to such actions," she said, referring to discussions in the United Nations meant to punish North Korea for its nuclear and missile tests. Clinton did not provide specifics, saying only that the intent of diplomats was to "try to rein in the North Koreans" and get them to fulfill commitments made in the nuclear talks.
  • Hillary Clinton 'boasted' about First Lady role

    03/19/2008 2:33:24 PM PDT · by Aristotelian · 19 replies · 1,335+ views
    London Telegraph ^ | 19/03/2008 | Toby Harnden
    Hillary Clinton’s boasts that she gained major foreign policy experience as First Lady have been undermined after 11,046 pages of her White House schedules provided scant evidence to back up her claims. Mrs Clinton signs autographs in Belfast, 1998 The documents were made public by the US national archives after pressure from her rival Barack Obama and freedom-of-information groups. But many details were redacted at the request of lawyers acting for former president Bill Clinton, citing privacy and national security concerns. Mrs Clinton’s staff insisted that the schedules illustrated her “extensive and exhaustive work” while arguing that they “of course...
  • Hillary Clinton puts her experience first

    12/25/2007 3:02:59 PM PST · by Jet Jaguar · 61 replies · 355+ views
    International Herald Tribune ^ | Dec 25, 2007 | Patrick Healy
    As first lady, Hillary Rodham Clinton jawboned the president of Uzbekistan to leave his car and shake hands with people. She argued with the Czech prime minister about democracy. She cajoled Catholic and Protestant women to talk to one another in Northern Ireland. She traveled to 79 countries in total, little of it leisure; one meeting with mutilated Rwandan refugees so unsettled her that she threw up afterward. But during those two terms in the White House, Clinton did not hold a security clearance. She did not attend National Security Council meetings. She was not given a copy of the...
  • Clinton says she supports funding troops

    05/06/2007 4:19:31 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 31 replies · 1,187+ views
    Clinton says she supports funding troops By MIKE GLOVER, Associated Press Writer 32 minutes ago Presidential candidates won't be damaged by initially backing the war in Iraq because President Bush is being held responsible for what went wrong, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday. She declined to say what restrictions should be included in new stopgap legislation to pay for the troops, but made clear she supports providing the money needed. "There will be consequences with respect to funding the troops if we cannot work this out," Clinton said in an Associated Press interview. "I don't want to prejudge or...