Isn't it great how we solved the welfare problem? That's the one thing that former President Clinton, Congress and even the media agree on. Isn't it great how we solved the welfare problem? That's the one thing that former President Clinton, Congress and even the media agree on.
To hear Clinton tell it, his presidency won the war on poverty three decades after Lyndon B. Johnson launched it, having changed only the name.
Endorsing the Republican agenda of financial industry deregulation, reversing New Deal safeguards, President Clinton caused more damage to the American economy in the long run than any president since Herbert Hoover.That has always been the man’s special gift—to rise above, and indeed benefit from, the messes he created.
President Barack Obama visited Hiroshima on Friday, the first sitting U.S. president to do so since the World War II atomic bombings of Japan. To acknowledge the historic trip, Truthdig reposts Editor in Chief Robert Scheer's 2007 piece recalling the bombings.
Kenny "The Snake" Stabler suffered woefully from a condition brought on by head trauma. He deserved better from the NFL, and all pro football players deserve better.
With stupefying arrogance, Clinton tried during Sunday's debate to tie her rival to the Great Recession—an economic crisis that actually was fostered by Bill Clinton, his aides and even one of her own campaign advisers.
The real issue is not protection of a diplomat but the bipartisan zeal for creating military mayhem throughout the Middle East.