Magazine August 1, 2016, Issue

A First Lady with Nothing to Lose

Bill Clinton promises to be a menace.

The news of the past several weeks has provided a reminder of the wisdom of proposals for mandatory body-cams: Bill Clinton may very well soon be wandering around the White House without adequate supervision, and somebody, somewhere, is going to need to keep an eye on him.

The Bubbacam: Find out which shiftless in-law back in Arkansas or Illinois wins that contract and buy shares.

There is a great deal of wishful thinking in Republican circles right now that somehow, possibly through divine intervention, Herself is not headed to the White House with the Big Creep in tow. It isn’t impossible that

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Poetry

MAKE BELIEVE When she was playing in the yard she talked to someone she imagined by her side: a soldier or a prince, perhaps, who walked along with her when she was playing bride. I ...
Politics & Policy

Letters

Free Speech at Yale Regarding the article “‘This Is Not a Debate’: Yale’s Fight for Free Speech,” (July 11), let me be perfectly clear: Yale University is committed to the free ...
Politics & Policy

The Week

‐ If the FBI had been serious about finding Hillary’s missing e-mails, it would have subpoenaed Putin. ‐ FBI director James Comey’s recommendations concerning Hillary Clinton’s illegal servers (there was more ...

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