Bill Clinton

Courting The Middle Will Win Hillary Clinton The White House

Justin Beach | Posted 02.29.2016 | Canada Politics
Justin Beach

Hillary Clinton could not be in a better position for the November election. Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, who appear to stand in her way, are actually helping her to position herself for victory. Issues and ideology aside Hillary is way ahead of the pack in the the game of political chess and should have no trouble winning in November.

Arson Suspected At Bill Clinton's Childhood Home

CP | The Associated Press | Posted 12.25.2015 | Canada

The home is also a National Historic Site.

Prime Ministers, Presidents Age Quicker And Die Sooner, Study Finds

CP | Maria Cheng, The Associated Press | Posted 12.14.2015 | Canada Politics

But the researcher says Trudeau may fare better than others.

Canadian Ties Probed In Unflattering New Book About Clintons

CP | Alexander Panetta, The Canadian Press | Posted 05.05.2016 | Canada Politics

WASHINGTON - An unflattering new book on the Clinton family finances was finally released Tuesday after weeks of frenzied speculation about what it mi...

How Would Bill Clinton Rate These Leaders He Famously Called 'New Breed'?

David Himbara | Posted 04.20.2015 | Canada Politics
David Himbara

Far from spearheading democratic governance, the new breed have built ruthless totalitarian regimes to a varying degree. Of the quartet Eritrea is the most closed and most repressive, routinely denying its people access to the outside world. Since independence from Ethiopia in 1993 Eritrea has been ruled by as a one-party state headed by Afewerki, who tolerates no opposition.

Why Did the U.S. Deny President Clinton Immunity But Grant It to a Foreign Head of State?

David Himbara | Posted 04.10.2015 | Canada Politics
David Himbara

Here is the irony of ironies. Over a decade earlier, U.S. President Bill Clinton failed in his attempt to use immunity argument for a sitting head of state in a sexual harassment case that pre-dated his term in office. In May 1997, the U.S. Court of Appeals ruled that "the President, like all other government officials, is subject to the same laws that apply to all other members of our society."

Proud Parents Bill And Hillary See Chelsea Graduate -- Again

CP | Ken Thomas, The Associated Press | Posted 07.09.2014 | Canada Living

WASHINGTON - Former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton are in Oxford, England, this weekend to attend the gra...

Rob Ford Is No Role Model For Toronto's Black Population

Samuel Getachew | Posted 06.13.2014 | Canada
Samuel Getachew

For the longest time, councillor Doug Ford has often been uttering one of the least intelligent statements about blacks in Toronto. In defending the shortcomings of his brother, Mayor Rob Ford, he often remarks how "Rob Ford has done more for the black community than the hundreds of black leaders in the community." I beg to differ.

Remembering Rwanda's Pain and the World's Shame

Ziyaad Mia | Posted 05.26.2014 | Canada Impact
Ziyaad Mia

In the annals of human evil, Rwanda's genocide takes a special place. With a kill rate of about six people a minute for more than three months, it's likely one of the fastest mass slaughters of humans in history. Most were hacked to death by machete, partly because the perpetrators found it cheaper than using bullets.

How He Would Have Responded If Quebec Voted To Separate

CP | Alexander Panetta, The Canadian Press | Posted 05.14.2014 | Canada Politics

WASHINGTON - Even if Quebec voters had said "Oui" to independence in 1995, the United States wasn't going to say "Yes" to immediately recognizing the ...

The Presidential Election Will Be Hillary's Coronation

Justin Beach | Posted 04.04.2014 | Canada Politics
Justin Beach

I always thought that when the United States elected its first female president that it would be a nail biter -- a down-to-the-wire race that would keep us up late on election night before it was official. But Hillary Clinton's presidency is shaping up to be a coronation.

Bill Clinton Sing 'Blurred Lines'

HuffPost Canada Music | Posted 07.26.2013 | Canada Music

Another day, another take on Robin Thicke's increasingly inescapable song-of-the-summer 'Blurred Lines.' But this one is particularly inspired. Re...

Why Shared Value is the Future of Social Change

Angela Simo Brown | Posted 08.18.2013 | Canada Impact
Angela Simo Brown

"None of us can solve the whole problem -- but together, we can move the world," spoke Bill Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) America in Chicago last week. Clinton challenges business, government, not-for-profits and foundations to figure out collaborative solutions to the big, complex problems that face society.

How I Ended Up in Haiti with President Clinton

Barbara Stegemann | Posted 03.13.2013 | Canada Business
Barbara Stegemann

When I received an invitation to join President Clinton and a delegation in Haiti on an agricultural trade mission, I looked at the list of large philanthropic corporations from Heineken to Pepsi and at first thought, "How did I get on this powerful list of investors?" I am not a big corporation. I run my small Canadian fragrance company, The 7 Virtues, and we buy essential oils to empower rebuilding nations.

Calling All High-Profile Doomsters. Please Report to Davos

Diane Francis | Posted 03.21.2013 | Canada
Diane Francis

This is the magic of Davos. Participants find themselves seated beside a tycoon at breakfast, a Nobel Prize winner at lunch and a President, potentate or a future crook at dinner.

Barack Obama Twins Drag Race Ahmadinejad, Putin In Crazy Musical Clamation Clip (VIDEO)

Huffington Post Music Canada | Jason MacNeil | Posted 01.18.2013 | Canada Music

President Barack Obama and his twin enjoy rock 'n' roll drag racing. At least they appear to in a new claymation video for singer Neil Nathan's new so...

How Sarah McLachlan Pulled Bill Clinton From The Election Race

Huffington Post Music Canada | Sarah Kurchak | Posted 12.28.2012 | Canada Music

Animal lovers and anyone with half a heart aren't the only people who have been traumatized by Sarah McLachlan's devastating ads for the SPCA. Despite...

Why Politics Must Be Cross-Generational

Hassan Arif | Posted 11.17.2012 | Canada Politics
Hassan Arif

This need for an inter-generational politics is especially relevant in the context of an interesting debate that has been playing out in the Globe and Mail on the topic of youth engagement in politics. It is great to see this debate in a major Canadian newspaper and especially with youth themselves as the protagonists.

'Bubba' Speaks In Vancouver

CBC | Posted 11.16.2012 | Canada British Columbia

Former U.S. president Bill Clinton spoke to a crowd of about 10,000 people in Vancouver's Stanley Park on Saturday at a benefit concert for Sarah McLa...

A Business Tip From a Country Boy: Invest in People

Mary Donohue | Posted 11.12.2012 | Canada Business
Mary Donohue

Bill Clinton at the DNC said what white- and blue-collar workers have known for 30 years: you need to invest in people to have an innovative and productive economy. My coach, used to say "you get corn, if you plant corn." Neither in government nor in business have we been planting corn. We quit planting it almost 30 years ago when we got rid of middle management in government and the private sector, and as the economy reveals, we are losing.

Bill Clinton Welcomes Pipeline, But His Wife Will Make The Call

CP | Lee-Anne Goodman, The Canadian Press | Posted 04.30.2012 | Canada Business

WASHINGTON - Former U.S. president Bill Clinton has thrown his support behind TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline, the controversial project whose ulti...