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The Clintons - Part Two

By neil6, published on Nov 24, 2012

I'm going to teach you the basic elements of 'Life Cycles' theory using the lives of Bill and Hilary Clinton as my case studies. There is an excellent TV mini-series on them at the moment and that's what got me started. In Part One I demonstrated how central the age of 36 was to Bill Clinton's career. In this year he had to regain the Governorship of Arkansas, after losing it ignominiously some two years before. He had to learn to listen to voters and not be seen as arrogant. He succeeded and it led to an unbroken political career taking him all the way to the White House.

Now we are... (more)

Tags: bill clinton, newt gingrich, hilary clinton, health reform proposals in '93/'94, '94 mid-term election, republican revolution

The Clintons-Part One

By neil6, published on Nov 14, 2012

...the age of 36 or what I term, the major mid-life 'Year of Revolution', represents the ushering in of an important new era of that person's life. I use the phrase that it's like a 'bursting on the scene' moment, provided that person has not already done so previously. So what was going on in Bill Clinton's life then? Well it could be argued, that in terms of his political career, he had already 'burst on the scene' a few years before, when he became the youngest Governor in the country at age 32. This was going to be his platform to build his political career, but it turned into just one... (more)

Tags: bill clinton, hilary clinton, governor of arkansas at 36, life cycles unique analysis

Treading Through Troubled Waters

By Randy Mitchell, published on Nov 10, 2011

... to decipher the difference between reality and fantasy until some factual evidence begins coming forth, or even more, an admittance of guilt. People have become very good at lying, a scary thing, especially when it involves those with significant power placed at their fingertips.

When Bill Clinton famously pointed his finger at the cameras many years ago in the middle of the Monica Lewinsky scandal and sternly stated, “I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Ms. Lewinsky…” many believed him. After all, he looked determined, passionate, almost raging with denial at the... (more)

Tags: sex, bill clinton, politics, cheating, randy mitchell, herman cain, political scandals, headlines, defamation of character, character assassinations

Broo Writers Share Your Craft During National Poetry Month

By BusinessLife, published on Apr 6, 2011

To increase the appreciation of poetry in the U.S., National Poetry Month was introduced by the Academy of American Poets in 1996. In fact, former President Bill Clinton declared in a Presidential Proclamation that "we need more artists to imagine the best future for us and remind us what is good and constant in our past."

With this in mind, I encourage the great writers of Broo to bare their souls in poetic excellence. To begin with a bit of poetic inspiration, one of my favorite poems that reminds me of the unendless needs life requires of us is as follows:

Stopping by Woods... (more)

Tags: bill clinton, broowaha, poetry, writers, broo, gillean smith, national poetry month, robert frost, academy of american poets, poetry lovers

Early Marriage High Horse, Healthcare Informants, & Not About Philosophy

By FMeekins, published on Aug 10, 2009

... At least the policeman is permitted to carry a gun and pepper spray. At her press conference, she should have made it clear that this would be the last time she ever lifts a finger for anyone in her COMMUNITY.

North Korea has executed a mother of three for distributing Bibles. Perhaps Bill Clinton should have made a bigger fuss over this incident than the imprisoned journalists who did, it must be remembered, violated the borders of a sovereign nation. Multiculturalists often point out how much America has to learn from non-Western cultures. Perhaps we should start by emulating North... (more)

Tags: religion, christianity, healthcare, police, gay, bill clinton, korea, obama

Drugs Are Nothing New To The Whitehouse.

By Christopher Wager, published on May 11, 2009

Drugs are nothing new to the whitehouse from the days of the royal family of Kennedy today. In fairness, all the attention Bill Clinton receives over “not inhaling “ seems to be out of proportion to that of the standing president. In a Foxnews piece, Obama confessed using drugs at least one time in his life. Bush also admitted to a drinking problem, and many occasions preached about the evils of drinking. It would seem the media once again is picking and choosing its battles on what they find acceptable and what they do not. Could it be that Obama’s influence over... (more)

Tags: bill clinton, obama

God, Status And Head: The Kenneth Starr Story

By john robertson, published on Jan 14, 2009

...hired Kenneth Starr to be their gun. The goal: to break down the President's reputation and clout by finding him guilty of all sorts of atrocities; White Water, murder, sexual harrassment... pull it out of your butt, throw it at the wall, and whatever sticks, groovy! The end result? Bill Clinton likes oral sex. Yes, my fellow Americans, after three and a half years of grueling investigations and millions of tax payer dollars, Kenneth Starr produced a novel about the president's penis size, his penis width, the shape of his penis, his favorite erotic poems, his taste in unclassically ... (more)

Tags: jesus, gay, sex, bill clinton

God, Status And Head: The Kenneth Starr Story

By john robertson, published on Jan 12, 2009

...hired Kenneth Starr to be their gun. The goal: to break down the President's reputation and clout by finding him guilty of all sorts of atrocities; White Water, murder, sexual harrassment... pull it out of your butt, throw it at the wall, and whatever sticks, groovy! The end result? Bill Clinton likes oral sex. Yes, my fellow Americans, after three and a half years of grueling investigations and millions of tax payer dollars, Kenneth Starr produced a novel about the president's penis size, his penis width, the shape of his penis, his favorite erotic poems, his taste in unclassically ... (more)

Tags: jesus, gay, sex, bill clinton

The Greatest Week In Comedy

By D. E. Carson, published on Aug 31, 2008

...I refuse to go to the Pepsi Center because I don't want to be in a building named after a soft drink that causes obesity and diabetes." Okay, so she doesn't support Obama because the convention was held in a building named for a soda. I'll have to get back to you on that one.

When Bill Clinton addressed the delegation on Wednesday, there was more humor in that thirty minutes than the rest of the convention. First of all the ovation he received lasted a whopping three minutes and thirty seconds. The crowd would not stop even when he tried to speak. He asked twice for people to sit... (more)

Tags: new york, global warming, police, education, bill clinton, bill o'reilly, obama

They Eat Their Young! They Eat Their Young!

By slowasigo, published on Aug 31, 2008

...James Carville, Democratic strategist and loyal Clinton advisor, continues to harp on Barack’s inability to win. Media mogul, Paul Colichman, publicly denounced Obama’s position on gay marriage and said he would not be voting for him. It was reported during the convention that Bill Clinton, the patriarchal head of the Democratic Party, would not be attending Obama’s keynote speech.

With such infighting does it matter who runs against Barack? Swiftboat Veterans for Truth have nothing on the Democratic Party. The democrats are sure to, once again, consume... (more)

Tags: gay, bill clinton, al gore, obama

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