Shaving the truth with Bill and Hillary, all over again
TABLOIDEDDaily journalism is a bloodsport in New York. This is a scorecard. The New York Post is responsible for many things, but yesterday’s Giants victory over the Dallas Cowboys is not one of them. The tab put a Jessica Simpson “look-a-like” (a term that should be used very, very loosely ... More >>
Obama's strategy makes her spurn Bill's Cuban advances and embrace Bush and the GOP's anti-Castro right.
Plus items of purely prosthetic appeal.
Pseudo Hillary battles sexism, shaky dramaturgy
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For five years, New York's senior senator said nothing about the toxic cloud that hung over his own constituents.
Hmmm . . . Maybe the Washington Post would be good . . . (Via the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life) As the political race for the 2008 election heats up, so does the corollary battle between the New York Times' and the Washington Post's political desks. The latest salvo has been the Post's sn ... More >>
Bush becomes commander in chief of Congress. The junior senator from New York objects.
In a pre-primary mailer the Village Reform Democratic Club asks voters if they "want to continue a war that looks more like Vietnam every day." But among the candidates the VRDC supports is Hillary Clinton, who voted for that very war in 2002. How do you square those sentiments? That's easy: The VRD ... More >>
No matter how often I receive phone calls from beautiful, famous, and powerful women, it's always a thrill. Hence the goosebumps when I lifted the receiver last night to here a firm voice proclaim, "This is Senator Hillary Clinton." I started to go into preliminaries: asking her how she and Bill ar ... More >>
The Bronx leg of Jonathan Tasini's whirlwind five-borough tour looked like the rest of the labor lawyer's quixotic bid against Sen. Hillary Clinton: It was a lackluster event ignored by the media. Tasini showed up to the main Bronx post office with two supporters, some placards, and an easel. His a ... More >>
'Peace Mom' announces she won't challenge Senator Feinstein
Hillary Clinton becomes kosher for a community that had its doubts
Anti-war lefties have had it with Clinton. Now they don't have to take it anymore.
Clinton attacks her likability problem with some of New York's toughest guys
Or Senate. The anti-war left seeks a challenger for Hillary Clinton
What if Clinton had said he loved those blowjobs?
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Hurting at home, Freddy Ferrer turns to national stars for help
Susan Estrich makes the case for another Clinton in Chief
Think Hillary Clinton has a friend in 'Commander in Chief'? You betcha.
Bush White House snookers Clinton on morning-after pill
Long after 9-11, some people say the dust is still making them sick. Now they want the EPA to do something about it.
It's scratch, hiss, claw in media land as Clinton and Pirro square off
Hillary likes her coffee cold
Hillary walks tightrope! Schumer frolics in spotlight!
Texas ranks second only to New York in bucks for the senator
New York senator hires big lawyer, saves domain name from squatter
Kerry blew it with Latino voters. Senator Clinton is determined not to.
Clinton calls Bush's bluff on science, women's rights, and the morning-after pill
Hot new book takes center stage in the gay-baiting of Senator Clinton
The story behind Ed Klein, author of the latest Hillary-bashing tome
They turned Uncle Sam's uranium into atom bombs, and the work made them sick. Now they've got a new championHillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton barnstorms the 2005 graduations
Hillary Haters Go Wild Over Campaign-Finance Acquittal
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Hillary haters go wild over campaign finance case
New York Republicans search for a woman to take on Hillary next year
Hillary Clinton brings home the dollars for New York's defense contractors
William Brenner is a small-town guy with a big ambition
Clinton and Kerry launch an unlikely crusade for religious freedom at work