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Ladies and gentlemen, brace yourselves for the most important news of the day. Hillary Clinton is officially on Twitter! Secretary of State Clinton tweeted this little witticism 3 hours ago, using the popular Text From Hillary Tumblr folks, you know, to reach the tweeting kids out there. Adam and Stace of course got a kick out of this shout out, and replied promptly.  Classic. My favorite reply so far though, is from former Mr. ... Read More
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s memoir, which she is currently in the process of writing, is scheduled to be released June 2014.  The book, which is still untitled, will discuss her years as secretary of state, including issues such as the killing of Osama bin Laden, Arab Spring, and climate change.  As Simon & Schuster Publishing Group stated, "[Clinton] will share her views as to what it takes for the United States to secure and sustain prosperity ... Read More
 Hillary Clinton’s been pretty much perfect since High School. So it’s no surprise that Clinton’s using her free time to advocate on behalf of LGBTQ rights and marriage equality. While any other recently retired Secretary of State might have peaced out on an awesome vacation or taken a really long nap, Hillary recorded this video for the Human Rights Campaign instead. In the video, she cites a phrase she used during her time as Secretary of ... Read More
According to these High School Yearbook pics courtesy of BuzzFeed, Hillary Clinton was kicking extracurricular ass and rocking sophisticated gingham while you were still getting high under the bleachers. And check out that bob! Killing it, Hill. Via ... Read More
Hillary Clinton went out with a bang on her last day as Secretary of State yesterday. Her address to the Council on Foreign Relations was nothing short of inspiring. Throughout her tenure as Secretary of State, Clinton has worked tirelessly to advance women’s rights. All over the Middle East, Clinton has urged leaders to utilize a largely untapped resource: intelligent, capable women. She has encouraged women activists in Yemen, aspiring female government ... Read More