Dan Rather’s Interview of a Former President

In June of 2004 President Clinton gave an interview to Dan Rather of 60 Minutes in which he again talked about some of the problems of the war and the fact that we rushed getting in there, but never once telling Dan Rather anything that would amount to a moral stance against the war in […]

Bill Clinton and the Credibility Factor

Former President Bill Clinton had an opportunity to speak out against the war in Iraq and three interviews give some insight into the way in which he approached his at best lukewarm opposition or his calculated position on the situation in Iraq. There were points at which he was quoted at supporting the war. These […]

Giuliani and Cronyism?

The article in the Washington Post on Giuliani, “Giuliani’s Critics Point to Cronyism” misses the mark in outlining critics of Giuliania administrative appointments as mayor in the the City of New York. City Government is plagued with those true and loyal to the Mayor. I take Giuliani’s campaign’s argument, look at the final results; he […]

Karl Rove Suprised At Clinton’s Strength

I was reading an article (http://thepage.time.com/karl-rove-on-hillary-clinton/) at Time’s ‘The Page’ that talked about Karl Rove’s response to an interview where he stated he was surprised that none of the top Democratic contenders have challenged Senator Clinton after having so many opportunities to do so in Philadelphia and previous debates. Hillary is a very fluid debater […]