We have just witnessed the incredible spectacle of a vile right-wing celebrity being elected President of the United States. There is a right lesson—and a wrong one!—for Democrats to take from this.
As much as we hate our elected officials, we also seem strangely reluctant to ask very much of them, lest someone some day ask something extraordinary of us. We need to get over that.
Can we talk about how much we’re going to miss these perfect, perfect people?
This is the second time former president Bill Clinton is hitting the campaign trail on the behalf of his wife, but is his election commentary garbling Hillary’s message?
Over the past 41 years of public life, Hillary and Bill Clinton have amassed a web of fiercely loyal donors who have contributed a total of $3 billion to their charity and various political campaigns. And they have done it by being nice. By being exceptionally shrewd, calculating politicians, but also by being really,…
Update: Bill and Hillary are VERY excited about their new jobs.
“Let's give every young person who wants to serve the opportunity to do so. Let's help them get things done.” That’s an excerpt from Chelsea and Bill Clinton’s father-daughter traveling persuasive writing show called, “You’ve Clintonvinced Me: Lessons on Persuading People from Chelsea and Bill Clinton.”