On July 29, 2013, CNN announced a planned documentary on the life of Hillary Clinton. Charles Ferguson, the Academy Award–winning di- rector, was going to direct the piece. Ferguson was a left-wing filmmaker likely to be sympathetic to the former First Family. Almost simultaneously, NBC announced a four-hour miniseries called Hillary with Diane Lane in the title role.
Both efforts led to a furious reaction from the Clinton camp. Some might say overreaction. (Ironically, Republicans also threw a fit, assuming that any portrayal of Mrs. Clinton in the “lamestream media” would be biased in her favor.)
Chelsea Clinton is the best known public figure that everybody seems to know nothing about.
This is set to change as Chelsea emerges into a much larger role at the helm of the Clinton political machine, according to Daniel Halper’s newly released book Clinton, Inc.
Hillary Clinton has raked in at least $12 million since quitting her job at the State Department last year, Bloomberg reported on Monday, noting that Clinton’s “windfall” was “at odds with her party’s call to shrink the gap between the rich and the poor.”
This did not sit well with Hillary’s fans, who really hate it when you mention her and Mitt Romney in the same sentence:
The Bill Clinton White House worried that Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s “instinct for defending some rather extreme liberal views” could spell trouble for her confirmation to the Supreme Court, according to documents released on Wednesday.
A Chinese businessman paid $500,000 to have dinner with Bill and Hillary Clinton. But when he asked if his kids could join, the former first couple demanded another half-million, the New York Post reports.
There’s no doubt the Clinton presidency was like a soap opera with infidelity, lying, over-the-top acting (complete with lip biting), betrayal, and the occasional thrown lamp.
But now, the reality series that was the “Bill and Hill Show” is being adapted as a different kind of opera … well, a musical theatre production, to be precise.
“Clinton: The Musical” opens this weekend in New York at the New York Musical Theater Festival.
The Paul and Michael Hodge musical features a duet between Bill and Hillary in which they work on the 1998 State of the Union address. It was a critical speech meant to divert the American people’s attention away from the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
The Clinton Foundation and the terror group Hamas share a key donor: The government of Qatar, a leading backer of terror groups that has emerged in recent years as Hamas’ chief financial lifeline.
Questions about Hillary Clinton’s physical health have prompted a reexamination of the concussion-related scare she suffered in 2012, a Free Beacon analysis has determined.
After embarking on her underwhelming book tour, Clinton has sought to dismiss questions about her health by joking that 44-year-old Rep. Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) has had several sports-related concussions. She suggested this was similar to a very old person (66) suffering a concussion after fainting, and later being hospitalized with a potentially life-threatening blood clot in her brain. Clinton insisted that the lingering effects of the health scare—dizziness, double vision—have “dissipated.”
The timeline of Clinton’s health scare seems to raise more questions than it answers.