9:02 AM, Aug 1, 2014 • By MICHAEL WARREN
Online editor Daniel Halper appeared Friday on MSNBC's Morning Joe to talk about his New York Times bestselling book, Clinton, Inc.: The Audacious Rebuilding of a Political Machine. Halper discussed how the Hillary Clinton rebuilt her brand with Republicans after her husband Bill left the White House and has since revived herself in Democratic circles after joining the Obama administration.
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1:14 PM, Jul 22, 2014 • By JOHN MCCORMACK
Daniel Halper sat down with Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Fox and Friends this morning to discuss his new book Clinton, Inc.
"When you cover the Clintons, you have to make hard choices about which scandals and which mistresses to cover," Halper said.
You can buy Clinton, Inc. here.
Hosted by Michael Graham.9:00 AM, Jul 10, 2014 • By TWS PODCAST
The WEEKLY STANDARD podcast with executive editor Fred Barnes on what Presidents Nixon, Reagan, and Clinton had--and President Obama doesn't.
Identity politics devours its children Jun 9, 2014, Vol. 19, No. 37 • By NOEMIE EMERY
Call them Jillary: as in Jill Abramson plus Hillary Clinton, two women of an age, of a kind, and of a political genre, the reigning queens of modern identity politics, each rising high and becoming a model for generations of feminists who admired their guts and brashness and gall.
Here she comes. Jun 2, 2014, Vol. 19, No. 36 • By DANIEL HALPER
If you’re one of the more than 132,000 Twitter followers of the Ready for Hillary super-PAC, or one of the more than one million supporters on the group’s email list, you’re probably aware of two things: Hillary Clinton has a new book coming out June 10, and the super-PAC held house parties last weekend to harness support for a Hillary run for president.
12:15 PM, Apr 18, 2014 • By GEOFFREY NORMAN
Beau Biden, son of Joe, will, as Sean Sullivan of the Washington Post reports, be running for governor in Delaware in 2016, further confirming that the impulse to a career in “public service” is genetic and hereditary.
Hosted by Michael Graham4:10 PM, Jan 8, 2014 • By TWS PODCAST
The WEEKLY STANDARD podcast, with senior writer Stephen Hayes on Bob Gates and his new book, Benghazi, and Hillary Clinton.
Nov 25, 2013, Vol. 19, No. 11 • By THE SCRAPBOOK
If you’re looking for a clue to what a Hillary Clinton administration might get up to, check out her husband’s speech at the annual meeting of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association. His idea du jour is to jump-start the economy by depositing all bank fines into an infrastructure fund, so we can put the money to work fixing our supposedly moribund roads and bridges.
From Churchill, FDR, and Stalin to Blair, Clinton, and Pinchuk. Oct 7, 2013, Vol. 19, No. 05 • By DANIEL HALPER
On a charter flight from Kiev to Simferopol, before our two-hour drive here, I’m asked by the earnest reporter seated next to me whether I know what Victor Pinchuk looks like. I give a vague description—tired from having traveled nearly 24 hours. “Isn’t he short and a little bald?” I say.
“Yes,” she agrees and adds: He’s the one with the “hooked nose.”
Hillary Clinton wouldn’t be a fresh face in the White House. Sep 2, 2013, Vol. 18, No. 48 • By JAY COST
Hillary Clinton is the prohibitive frontrunner for the Democratic nomination for president—just as she was eight years ago today. If she were to succeed this time around, what would her chances be for a general election victory? Obviously, it is far too early to reach anything approaching a definitive conclusion. Nevertheless, we can draw some basic inferences based on the career and age profiles of previous nominees for the presidency to see how Clinton stacks up.
From Nixon and Clinton to ObamaAug 26, 2013, Vol. 18, No. 47 • By NOEMIE EMERY
Remember Black Jesus? The Lightworker? The One? The next Lincoln, the Democrats’ Reagan, the neo-FDR? He is now standing next to Tricky Dick and Slick Willie, caught in a quartet of burgeoning scandals, charged with rewriting the facts when they became inconvenient, harassing the press, and using the Internal Revenue Service to get at his enemies, subverting their rights of assembly, and speech. “Richard Milhous Obama,” writes Carl M. Cannon, and there are also Clintonian levels of cover-ups, literally in the case of Hillary Clinton’s role in the Benghazi debacle.