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 4/12/2005 Bill Bashes 'Self-Loathing' Hillary Critic
     
Former president Bill Clinton indulged in a bit of gay bashing on Monday, attacking one of his wife's critics as a "self-loathing" homosexual.  Reacting to reports that GOP strategist Arthur J. Finkelstein was in....

 4/11/2005 HILLARY STOKES '08 FIRE WITH RED-HOT SPEECH
     
MINNEAPOLIS — Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton bowled over the Democratic faithful in the key 2008 presidential swing state of Minnesota with a fiery weekend stump speech that had fans hailing her as....

 4/10/2005 New York GOP Mounts 'STOP HILLARY' Effort
  
   ALBANY, N.Y. - Claiming Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton is running for the White House, New York's GOP chairman has kicked off a national "STOP HILLARY NOW!" fundraising effort to thwart her 2006 Senate re-election bid....

 4/10/2005 PUBLISHER FIGHT OVER 'HILLARY IN THE RAW'
      A book battle has broken out on Publisher's Row over the ultimate Hillary-attack! The project being billed as "Hillary in the Raw", like you've never seen her before, is set....

 4/7/2005 Hillary Meter: Makeover is Working
      Scott Rasmussen has announced that he will begin to track Hillary Clinton's extreme makeover as she attempts to soften her liberal image and move towards the political center.  If his latest....

 4/4/2005 Hillary's Friends are Setting Her Up
     
Hillary Clinton is being set up by her political friends and news-media allies.  Some Washington pundits are rethinking their conventional wisdom. The result is an emerging....

 4/1/2005

Clinton Collaborations Common Among GOP
      WASHINGTON (AP) -- If collaborating with Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton is a GOP no-no, then several high-profile Republicans are in trouble _ including House Majority Leader Tom DeLay....

 3/28/2005

Hillary Clinton plays Grand Theft Auto card
      A REPORT SAID that future Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has hit out at video games such as Grand Theft Auto in an opening gambit to secure the presidential nomination in 2008....

 3/26/2005

Barbara Bush Says Hillary Clinton Will Lose In 2008
   
  MODESTO, Calif. -- One former first lady is offering predictions about another. Barbara Bush said former first lady, and current senator, Hillary Rodham Clinton will be the Democratic candidate for president in 2008....

 3/25/2005

Commentary: Vice President Hillary?
      SACRAMENTO -- "As of now, Hillary Clinton's a bad idea." -- Dick Harpootlian, former chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party, on a possible Hillary Clinton candidacy after the 2004 Democratic....

 3/18/2005 Clinton Adviser Critiques Kerry Campaign
      ALBANY, N.Y. - A top adviser to Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton thinks fellow Democrat John Kerry "ran what was basically an inconsistent campaign" for president last year, according to a published report...

 3/18/2005 Reid backs amendment on unintended pregnancies     Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., Sunday denied a Korea Times report she might visit North Korea this year.  The leader of South Korea's opposition Millennium Democratic Party told the newspaper he is...

 3/16/2005 Greenspan, Clinton Clash on Forecasts
      WASHINGTON - Alan Greenspan and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton clashed briefly Tuesday over rosy surplus forecasts the Federal Reserve chairman relied on to support President Bush's 2001 tax cuts, estimates that turned out to be considerably off the mark....

 3/16/2005 McCartney Sisters Meet US Senators
      The sisters and fiancee of a murdered Irishman Robert McCartney have met US senators Ted Kennedy and Hillary Clinton on their visit to the United States.  Mr Kennedy said Sinn Fein must realize that the violence of the IRA has no place in a modern...

 3/7/2005 Clinton pans ‘global gag rule’
 
     Senator Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., blasted the Bush administration's policies on reproductive rights at NYU yesterday and outlined a plan of action for the advancement of...

 3/6/2005 Sen. Clinton denies planning N. Korea trip
      Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., Sunday denied a Korea Times report she might visit North Korea this year.  The leader of South Korea's opposition Millennium Democratic Party told the newspaper he is...

 3/6/2005 Hillary in Nuke Summit With Kim Jong-il?
     
South Korea's opposition Millennium Democratic Party is trying to arrange a nuclear summit between North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il and New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, the Korea Times reported on Sunday. "MDP has said the New York senator, Clinton, hoped...

 3/4/2005 Geeks Give Hillary 'Weasel Award'
  
   The Information Technology Professionals Association of America (ITPAA), an advocacy group based in Wilmington, Del, representing professionals in the high-tech field, has handed out its first Weasel Award...

 2/28/2005 Hillary in India: 'Outsourcing Will Continue'
      In comments that may cause her trouble back home, New York Sen. Hillary Clinton told political and business leaders in India over the weekend that she supports outsourcing U.S. jobs to...

 2/26/2005 HILLARY STICKS TO GUNS IN FEUD
      WASHINGTON - Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton yesterday stood by stinging comments she made about Iraq's likely new leader and his close ties to Iran. Clinton dug in...

 2/26/2005 Hillary charms New Delhi with wit and wisdom
      NEW DELHI: Visiting US Senator and former first lady Hillary Clinton disarmed Indian political leaders and industry captains here with her infectious candor and delightful views....

 2/22/2005 Hillary Clinton to meet PM, Sonia during 3-day visit
      NEW DELHI: Hillary Clinton kicks off a private visit to India today, close on the heels of a survey in the US last week, which showed that most Americans are ready for a woman President in ’08...

 2/22/2005 Hillary Leads Female Presidential Hopefuls
      Many adults in the United States believe Democratic New York senator Hillary Rodham Clinton should launch a White House bid, according to a poll by the Siena Research Institute released by...

 2/18/2005 Hillary Clinton to visit Iraq
      BAGHDAD, Feb 18 (AFP) - US senator Hillary Clinton, wife of former president Bill Clinton, is expected in Baghdad on Saturday, a source at the US embassy said on Friday...

 2/17/2005 GEFFEN UNLOADS ON HILLARY: 'SHE CAN'T WIN'
 
    Sen. Hillary Clinton should not count on help from Hollywood mogul David Geffen in her possible run for the White House.  Geffen, who was a generous supporter and pal of Bill...

 2/17/2005 Sen. Clinton Pushes for Voting Holiday
      WASHINGTON - Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, a possible White House candidate in 2008, joined 2004 nominee John Kerry and other Democrats Thursday in urging that Election Day be made a federal holiday to encourage voting.  She also pushed for legislation that would allow all ex-felons to vote...

 2/17/2005 N.H. group meets with presidential hopefuls
      WASHINGTON (AP) - Ordinarily, a Chamber of Commerce delegation from a city of 20,000 or so might come and go largely unnoticed in the Capitol.  Unless that city happens to be in New Hampshire, which...

 2/15/2005 Saint Hillary and Reverend Dean? Don't Believe It!
 
     Howard Dean, the new chairman of the Democratic National Committee, and Senator Hillary Clinton (D.-NY) jointly hold the dubious distinction of being the only major public figures with less credibility than Mahmoud Abbas...

 2/13/2005 Hillary Clinton receives German Media Prize
      BADEN-BADEN, Germany (AFP) - Senator for the state of New York and former first lady of the United States, Hillary Clinton, received the German media prize for 2004...

 2/11/2005 Hillary Clinton targets US Trade Gap
      Washington - Canadians often see themselves as the victims of trade clashes with the United States. But don't tell that to U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton, who has co-sponsored a bill that...

 2/10/2005 Hillary Clinton most popular Democrat
      WASHINGTON (AFP) - New York Senator and former first lady Hillary Clinton is by far the most popular Democrat in the country, according to a USA Today/CNN poll...

 2/9/2005 Will Hillary Make It to 2008?
      While most political pundits are wrapped around the axle trying to predict whether Hillary Rodham-Clinton will run for President in 2008, there is the very real and...

 2/9/2005 Hillary's makeover: From 'evil' to honest
      Just before the year 2000, the New York Post asked readers to rank the most evil person of the millennium.   Hillary Clinton finished sixth in that survey, ranking among the likes of Adolf Hitler, Josef Stalin, and ironically, her husband, Bill. Now just five years later, New Yorkers apparently have a different view of the woman they elected as U.S. senator in 2002.

 2/8/2005 Finkelstein forming anti-Clinton PAC
      ALBANY, N.Y. -- Conservative Republican strategist Arthur Finkelstein, a political guru to New York Gov. George Pataki, is starting an anti-Hillary Rodham Clinton, "Stop Her Now" political action committee, a fellow GOP operative said Monday.

 2/7/2005 Rangel hints at presidential run for Hillary Clinton
      The lawmaker who urged Hillary Rodham Clinton to run for Senate in 2000 suggested on Sunday that the former first lady might want to return to the White House.  "You may remember that I encouraged you to seek elective office," Rangel told Clinton during an awards ceremony in Harlem. "And I guess it's too early to say it, but it ain't over yet."

 2/6/2005 Hillary hobbled by return of the loudmouth
      The first opinion poll of the 2008 presidential campaign was published in Washington last week, and it set Senator Hillary Clinton on a collision course with Howard Dean, the blunt-spoken former governor of Vermont who has improbably risen from the ashes of his Democratic primary implosion last year to become the would-be saviour of his party’s Bush-whacked political fortunes.

 2/6/2005 Commentary: Hillary Clinton finally gets abortion right
      Hillary Rodham Clinton is finally right. I’m referring to her superb speech last week on the politics and morality of abortion. There were two very simple premises to Clinton’s argument: 1) The right to legal abortion should remain, and 2) Abortion is always and everywhere a moral tragedy.

 2/4/2005 Hillary Clinton to visit HIV/AIDS treatment facility
      The United States Senator, Ms Hillary Clinton will visit India this month to assess the HIV/AIDS programmes being run by the National Aids Control Programme in collaboration with the William J Clinton Foundation

 1/31/2005 HILLARY CLINTON COLLAPSES

 1/25/2005 Hillary Modifies Abortion Language
      Proposing new political language about abortion rights for an increasingly skittish Democratic Party, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday that friends and foes on the issue should come together on "common ground" to reduce the number...

 1/07/2005 Former Hillary Clinton campaign official indicted
      WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's former finance director has been indicted on charges of filing fictitious reports that misstated contributions for a Hollywood fund-raising gala for the senator, the Justice Department said...

 

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