- -Editorial: Was Clinton a Good Secretary of State? (Politico.com)
"Hereís Aaron David Miller, who negotiated Middle East peace for five presidents and is now a scholar at the Wilson Center, making the case for cautious Clinton: 'Hillary was risk-averse; Kerry isnít. Heís risk-ready.' Of course, Miller argues, 2016 politics 'explains partly why she didnít own a single issue of consequence.' The other reason is President Obama himself, 'the most controlling foreign policy president since Nixon.' Millerís bottom line: 'She was a fine secstate but not consequential.' Ē
"Pletkaís broader view of Clintonís record is a harsher version of what I hear from many Democrats: 'the Washington consensus,' Pletka says, 'is that she was enormously ineffective Ö [though] no one was quite sure whether she was ineffective because she wanted to avoid controversy or because she wasnít trusted by the president to do anything.' "
"Timing, fate and the White House may have all conspired in it, but the truth is that Hillary Clinton never did find a way to turn Foggy Bottom into her ticket to history." 12-13
- -Poll: Clinton Is America's Most Admired Woman (USA Today)
"His party may have suffered a shellacking in November's elections, but President Obama remains the unchallenged champion on another front: For the third year in a row, he is by far the most admired man in America."
"Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continues an even longer run, ranked in the USA TODAY/Gallup Poll as the most admired woman for the ninth straight year. Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin is second, as she was in 2009." 12-10
- Chelsea Clinton's Role as Daughter (MSNBC News)
"Many interviews with Ms. [Chelsea] Clintonís friends followed the same pattern: requests not to be identified in the article, followed by warm descriptions of Ms. Clinton, then moments of anxiety that she would find out about the praise. Still, in more than a dozen interviews, a consensus portrait emerged, that of a sincere, serious woman who, consciously or not, has picked up a few politicianlike habits." 07-07
- Clinton, Hillary Rodham (Gale Group)
Provides a biography of the former First Lady, politician, and senator. 8-01
- Hillary Clinton Inducted into the Women's Hall of Fame (MSNBC News)
"Honored with her were Maya Lin, who designed the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., Dr. Rita Rossi Colwell, who became the first female director of the National Science Foundation in 1998, and Betty Bumpers, a crusader for childhood immunizations who was Clintonís predecessor as Arkansasí first lady."
" 'I donít think there has ever been a better time to be a woman than in the United States of America in the 21st century,' Clinton said in an interview." 10-05
- Hillary Rodham Clinton (Wikipedia.org)
Provides a profile of a potential candidate for president in 2008. Senator Clinton is also the wife of the former president, Bill Clinton. 11-04
- Hillary Rodham Clinton Aide Found Innocent (International Herald Tribune)
"A federal jury on Friday acquitted Hillary Rodham Clinton's former chief fund-raiser of charges that he underreported the costs of a glittery fund-raising event in 2000 to the Federal Election Commission." 5-05