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Bill Clinton

Monica Lewinsky Opens Up

May 6, 2014

America’s most famous intern wrote a piece for Vanity Fair about her salacious relationship with our 42nd President.  The Lewinsky Affair led to the first impeachment of a President since 1868.  Like it or not, it’s part of history. First of all, she’s 40 now.  Yikes!  She was a 22-year-old White House intern at the [...]

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Clinton Hits Obama Record at Campaign Event

October 18, 2012

Campaigning for Romney Obama with Bruce Springsteen in Ohio today, Bill Clinton said this: Here’s the text, just in case you needed to experience that in another medium: Governor Romney’s argument is ‘we’re not fixed, so fire him and put me in.’ It is true, we’re not fixed. When President Obama looked into the eyes [...]

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Covering Injuries in the 2012 NFL Season

September 9, 2012

Today the 2012 NFL season kicks off its opening weekend.  A game has already been played — the Cowboys defeated the Super Bowl-winning Giants 24-17 on Wednesday, playing opposite Bill Clinton‘s DNC speech, in fact.  For me football equals Fall, and I love the Fall, so I’m excited.  Go Pats! However, the game will be [...]

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Obnoxious New Spending Revealed in DNC Platform

September 6, 2012

Bill Clinton tried to help Obama’s prospects for November last night at the DNC, giving a near 50-minute speech.  Even though I agree with some that Clinton’s voting for Romney, he needs credibility supporting Obama, so he’s not to be blamed for a potential Obama loss.  It’s no coincidence that Hillary’s on the other side [...]

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DNC Speakers Revealed

September 1, 2012

The DNC has released a list of speakers at their convention next week. ***If I could ask a favor of you, PLEASE paste this URL into another window before reading the subsequent “highlight” list: OK, now go: Debbie Wasserman Schultz, shrill voice of the DNC Elizabeth Warren, an Indian woman running against Scott Brown [...]

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Bad Day for O: Bill Clinton and Unemployment Sting

June 1, 2012

Anti-growth, over-regulated government engineering and fear-mongering doesn’t work in a free market system — it never has over the long-run.  Keeping the business community wondering what’s going to happen next also doesn’t help. As such, unemployment rose to in May to 8.2%, with the U6 underemployment figure moving up to 14.8%, reinforcing that the economy’s [...]

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Obama’s Divisive and Partisan Bin Laden Ad

April 29, 2012

This ad was coming.  I thought it would have emerged later, but then again Obama’s got nothing else to truly run on:  Obama ordered the operation which took out Osama Bin Laden, but would Romney have done so?  Here’s the ad: I have many issues with this ad: Choosing Bill Clinton narrate a Bin Laden-related [...]

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Bill Clinton Caught Off the Reservation Twice This Week

May 27, 2011

This week, a camera caught Bill Clinton and Paul Ryan chatting about Medicare, the issue which most believe cost the Republicans NY-26 in Tuesday’s special election.  As I was reminded today, here’s Mr. MediScare admitting to a Republican that the Dems are likely to demagogue this issue! Interesting. Then there was Bill Clinton saying Wednesday [...]

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Hillary Hearts China

May 9, 2011

Hillary Clinton inferred today that the Obama Nation does not see China as a threat.  I don’t think Hillary has seen her feet in many years either, but they’re nonetheless there. Hillary has to say this kind of stuff because the Chinese own so much of our debt and the administration hopes they will buy [...]

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Times Square Can’t Shine as Bright as You

April 14, 2011

We all have different ideas of what it means to be romantic.  today, we found out what it means to Bill Clinton:  Pre-Giuliani- Times Square hookers.  I know what you’re thinking, but cut the man some slack.  He could have said “Tompkins Square Park.”  Seriously though, think of the man’s situation and ask yourself, does [...]

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Axis of Right Radio, Show #11, February 27, 2011

February 28, 2011

Episode #11 of Axis of Right Radio is now available.  This episode is the most random episode of Axis of Right Radio ever.  Completely unscripted, Mike, Sal and Ryan discuss the situation in Wisconsin, the Budget battle, the 2012 election, pop culture, and more. Axis of Right Radio is available on iTunes, or you can [...]

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This Isn’t 1996

January 25, 2011

One of the narratives in the State-run media is that 2012 will be like 1996.  After losing both houses of Congress in 1994, Clinton tacked to the center, and went on to win re-election.  The State-run media contends that this scenario will play out with Barack Obama.  However, an article over at the blog Baseball [...]

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Newsweek Revisionist Takes on Obama’s Jobs Record

December 31, 2010

Newsweek’s Jonathan Alter had published his book The Promise: President Obama, Year One in May.  However, recently released was a new epilogue for the paperback edition which begins the revisionism:  the problem with the Obama Administration’s lack of focus on jobs over the last two years has nothing to do with the big man himself [...]

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Obama: Send in the Clowns

December 11, 2010

If there’s one thing all Democrats and attractive women in politics know, it’s that you can’t say no to Bill Clinton.  So, in Obama’s darkest moment in the eyes of his kook base, he summoned Bill Clinton to save the day: So, I guess we’re all supposed to be nostalgic for the 1990s and accept [...]

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Democrat Desperation: Contriving a Foreign Donor Scandal

October 12, 2010

Remember back in 2000 picking on Algore and his latest incarnations?  One swipe in particular was to call him Al “I Didn’t Know It was a Buddhist Temple” Gore.  Also, remember the cloud surrounding Johnny Chung around the Clinton Administration regarding Chinese influence for White House access? So, let me be a little suspicious when [...]

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Jerry Brown’s “Whore” Issue

October 9, 2010

Word came out that someone on California Democrat gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown’s staff referred to his Republican opponent Meg Whitman as a “whore” on a voicemail no one thought was still being recorded.  A weak obligatory apology was issued, but believe it or not, the next day NOW came out and endorsed him!  Well, they [...]

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Setting the Record Firmly Crooked on the Sestak Affair

May 28, 2010

Yesterday, Bill Clinton and President Obama had lunch (I wonder if arugula was served…). Well, magically, Clinton’s name suddenly appears in the Sestak Affair today!  Obviously, the lunch was to get their stories straight before Obama’s people could come clean on this issue. So, in Obama’s latest document dump the Friday before a long holiday [...]

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Obama: Let’s Drill!

March 31, 2010

Tomorrow, the Obama Administration is set to reverse a 20-year ban on offshore drilling because: “The bottom line is this — given our energy needs, in order to sustain economic growth, and produce jobs, and keep our businesses competitive, we are going to need to harness traditional sources of fuel even as we ramp up [...]

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

February 14, 2010

The ultimate Hallmark Holiday comes again this year with promises of lavish gifts and romance for young couples and (almost) guaranteed “special occasion sex” for married ones!  I’m someone who likes these cultural holidays — I still love getting an Irish-buzz for St. Patrick’s Day and dressing up for Halloween parties, along with all the [...]

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Sheldon Whitehouse Just Wants Some Attention

December 21, 2009

Fewer things in politics are as pitiful as an obscure back bench politician desperately seeking attention.  Take my Senator, backbench Democrat Sheldon Whitehouse for example.  A few weeks ago, he desperately tried to get his name in the headlines by using the term for one of San Francisco’s favorite indoor sports to describe Tea Party [...]

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Obama: Climategate Be Damned — Copenhagen is On!

December 5, 2009

Well, the forecast wintry mix totaling “a dusting to an inch” is already near three inches deep in my part of Central Jersey, so I couldn’t resist a global warming/Climategate post!  Especially when in the face of all the uncertainty behind much of the climate science underlying the upcoming Copenhagen initiatives, President Obama is going [...]

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Ted Kennedy Dies at 77

August 26, 2009

The Liberal Lion of the Senate, Senator Edward M. Kennedy died from brain cancer late last night at the age of 77.  The sudden nature of his passing took me by surprise, though it was less than a week ago that he was imploring Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick to appoint Kennedy’s replacement as soon as possible (though the law in [...]

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North Korea Releases American Journalists

August 4, 2009

Bill Clinton goes to North Korea, talks to Kim Jung Mentally-Il, and suddenly the two journalists are free!  Sounds like a miracle!  While a very nice development for the families of the journalists, one has to wonder why BJ could get this done, but his wife and power and mere presence of Big Barry O [...]

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Rush Is Right: Avoid Clinton Nostalgia

May 25, 2009

With Barack Obama attempting to nationalize banks, auto companies, and the health care system, it’s no wonder that many conservatives wax nostalgic for the days of Ronald Reagan or George W. Bush.  Heck, some are even at the point where they would settle for the days when a Democrat president presided over welfare reform, a [...]

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I’m Not Listening to Another Bush

May 4, 2009

Some Republican leaders have been busy going on a “listening tour.”  I get it.  Our leaders need direction.  So, Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney are among those trying to get their face out there between now and the 2012 election cycle, while those like elected representative Eric Cantor are trying to find real consensus to counter [...]

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Look Who Showed Up to Lunch

January 7, 2009

From right to left Jimmah, Bubba, Dubya, The Emperor Zero Most High Merciful and Beneficent Lord Barack Hussein Obama, and Bush 41 all had lunch together at the White House today.  This kind of lunch encounter hasn’t happened since Reagan had Nixon, Ford and Jimmah over to chat too back in the day.   Today, the President Club ate [...]

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Happy 2009!

January 1, 2009

Out with the old, in with the new!  Happy New Year from AOR! In case you missed the Ball drop in Times Square, here’s some vid: WARNING:  lots of snogging after midnight, as well as some stagecraft from BJ and the Broad (Bloomberg’s daughter ought to watch where she’s standing!).

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The Potential Secretary of State Pageant

November 15, 2008

I heard some Obama Cabinet buzz at dinner last night which irked me:  She Who Must Not Be Named was apparently spoken to about taking the Secretary of State job in a new Obama Nation Administration.  Great.  So the Shrill One might be in charge of pushing Obama’s international agenda to our friends and enemies [...]

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The First Transition Meeting

November 10, 2008

The Chosen One and President Bush met up today at the White House for a tour and a transition meeting at the Oval Office.  Apparently it was Obama’s first time in the Oval Office.  The details of the meeting were not made public (good), but the manner in which the Bushes are behaving has seemed [...]

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Obama’s First News Conference

November 8, 2008

Surrounded by a throng of economic guru’s the typical Imperial “Remember thou art mortal!  Remember thou art mortal!” mantra was lacking from the ears of Emperor Zero during his first news conference yesterday, as he performed meekly in my opinion: He dodged answering too many specifics on the economy. He acknowledged that the economy is a critical [...]

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