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Health care in the United States is provided by many distinct organizations. Health care facilities are largely owned and operated by private sector business…
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Pres. Clinton at Health Care Letters Event (1993)

This is video footage of President William Jefferson Clinton delivering remarks at the Health Care Letters event. This footage is official public record prod…

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Hillary Clinton: The Lesson of Hillarycare

Watch more of her interview at www.makers.com What Clinton learned from the firestorm over her 1993 health care reform plan and why it came as a shock. Wellesley College seniors had never before chosen a commencement speaker from their own ranks when Hillary Rodham stepped to the podium on the last day of May in 1969. Education, she said, must grant “the courage to be whole” and permit people to live “in relation to one another in the full poetry of existence.” The speech received national attention and marked Rodham as a leading light for the young women of her generation. By now, it’s safe to say that the early promise has been borne out; had Hillary Rodham Clinton “merely” attended Yale Law, served on the staff of the Senate Watergate Committee, become a respected children’s rights advocate, been the first female partner at her law firm, been a mother, and served as First Lady of Arkansas, we would think of her as a leader. And yet she has by now spent two additional decades at the very heart of the national consciousness—as a sometimes-embattled First Lady, as a distinguished senator from New York, as a groundbreaking 2008 Presidential candidate, and now as the 67th Secretary of State. Clinton has outlasted the smears to top Gallup’s “most admired woman in America” a record 16 times since 1993. “The courage to be whole,” indeed.
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The A-Team Of Faith President Bill Clinton Failure Is Not An Option Keep Students...

A Team of Faith Bill Clinton Failure Is Not an Option Keep Students Feeling Successful and Respected. Hello I’m Minister Larry Cornelius Sr. CEO/President of the A-Team of Faith a subsidiary of Rehab 911 Online Motivation Programs — a place where soldiers can examine for themselves the effects of service rendered to the Arm Forces of America. To cut a long story short, thanks to some of the greatest leadership America has to offer, the 21st century high school and college youth of today is fire up about competing on a global scale with the most unique highly in demand skills this great nation has ever produce thanks to new wave technological advancement and innovated products designed to keep student feeling successful and respected …failure is not an option. And In the A-Team of Faith News Today By Minister Larry Cornelius Sr. CEO/President of A-Team of Faith Former GOP Sen. Gregg: Bill Clinton Gets it Right on Bipartisanship Monday, 17 Sep 2012 03:07 PM By Newsmax Wires Read more on Newsmax.com: Former GOP Sen. Gregg: Bill Clinton Gets it Right on Bipartisanship. Important: Do You Support Pres. Obama’s Re-Election? Vote Here Now!Former President Bill Clinton was right on the mark in his call for bipartisanship as part of his speech at the Democratic convention earlier this month, says former New Hampshire GOP Sen. Judd Gregg. “Although he certainly did not speak for the majority of the Democrats at their recent national convention, the former president made the most
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William Jefferson Clinton “Listen to me” endorses Barack Obama – Ronald Reagan interjects. iOwnTheWorld Mr Pinko Democratic Convention 2012 • First President to Preside Over a Cut to the Credit Rating of the United States Government • First President to Violate the War Powers Act • First President to Orchestrate the Sale of Murder Weapons to Mexican Drug Cartels • First President to issue an unlawful “recess-appointment” while the US Senate remained in session (against the advice of his own Justice Department). • First President to be Held in Contempt of Court for Illegally Obstructing Oil Drilling in the Gulf of Mexico • First President to Defy a Federal Judge’s Court Order to Cease Implementing the ‘Health Care Reform’ Law • First President to halt deportations of illegal aliens and grant them work permits, a form of stealth amnesty roughly equivalent to “The DREAM Act”, which could not pass Congress • First President to Require All Americans to Purchase a Product From a Third Party • First President to Spend a Trillion Dollars on ‘Shovel-Ready’ Jobs — and Later Admit There Was No Such Thing as Shovel-Ready Jobs • First President to sue states for requiring valid IDs to vote, even though the same administration requires valid IDs to travel by air • First President to Abrogate Bankruptcy Law to Turn Over Control of Companies to His Union Supporters • First President to sign into law a bill that permits the government to “hold anyone suspected of being associated with
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thefilmarchive.org The 1995 State of the Union address was given by President Bill Clinton to a joint session of the 104th United States Congress on January 24, 1995. This was the first speech delivered to a Republican-controlled Congress since 1954. This was also the first time a Republican Speaker sat in the chair since 1954. The Speaker was Newt Gingrich of Georgia. The president discussed his proposals of a New Covenant vision for a smaller government and proposing tax reductions. The president also discussed crime, the Brady Bill and the Assault Weapons Ban, illegal immigration, and the minimum wage. Regarding foreign policy, he urged assistance in Mexico’s economic crisis, additional disarmament in cooperation with Russia and other international treaties, stopping North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, legislation to fight terrorists, and peace between Israel and its neighbors. Discussion of the failed attempt to overhaul health care was refocused on more limited efforts to protect coverage for those who have health insurance and expand coverage for children. The speech lasted nearly 1 hour and 25 minutes and consisted of 9190 words. In terms of word count it is the longest State of the Union speech in history. The president acknowledged many Americans of past and present in his speech. Among them were: Newt Gingrich, the new Speaker of the House Ronald Reagan, who similarly had been president while Congress was controlled by the opposing party; also in the past
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President Clinton applauds the successes in breaking gridlock, cutting the deficit, and passing the Brady law. He hopes to further reduce the budget; to update unemployment, welfare, and health care; and to support democracy throughout the world. migre.me
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