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June 10, 2000
Loved your Hillary Clinton piece on today's cover ("Hillary pops in for a chat," June 9), I notice that her Secret Service agents keep her away from the people here, as well as they do in New York. You press types really need to get in close and actually ask her a real question. Mine would be ... Hillary, you stood on stage with Anita Hill and backed her accusation against Clarence Thomas. Do you believe the likes of Gennifer Flowers, Dolly Kyle Browning, Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones, among many others?
NEWS
By Alan Blank | February 25, 2009
When Bill Clinton was elected president in 1992, then-Daily Pilot advertising saleswoman Teresa Barnwell had no idea how much the event would chart the course for the rest of her life. Sixteen years later Barnwell has traveled around the globe, appeared on “The Tonight Show” 35 to 40 times and performed on several television shows and even a few movies. And it all started when a guy in a casino turned to her and told her she looked like the spitting image of Clinton’s wife.
NEWS
July 1, 2007
Orange County is a popular place for presidential hopefuls. Barack Obama, John McCain and John Edwards have come to the area in recent weeks to raise funds for their 2008 campaigns. Hillary Clinton sent husband Bill to do her bidding. All held private fundraisers, several in Newport Beach. All raised thousands of dollars, with guests paying upwards of $5,000 to meet and greet a candidate. None of them were accessible to the media. We still reported on the events, which are typically held in the homes of well-connected party members.
NEWS
March 8, 2008
Those of us who remember Feb. 22 was the birthday of George Washington may have felt a little disappointed. I combed the Daily Pilot for some mention of General Washington — our first president of the Republic. Found art, housing, 666 address change, still looking. Hmmm. Hmmm. More art, shopping, sports, water pollution and lots of other stuff. No mention of George. Possibly I was just confused. No, I checked the calendar, and Feb. 22 is correct. I thought a reminder would be good and a quote from George appropriate: “As mankind becomes more liberal, they will be more apt to allow, that all those who conduct themselves as worthy members of the community are equally entitled to the protection of the civil government.
NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | May 16, 2008
Despite mounting campaign debts and disappearing delegates, Hillary Clinton supporters who flocked to see the presidential hopeful at a closed-door event Thursday evening at the Balboa Bay Club & Resort said they’re not ready to give up on her. “If you saw her talk tonight, you’d know she’s not ready to drop out,” said longtime Clinton supporter Jeanne O’Grady. The San Clemente resident said she was attracted to the candidate because of her practical experience.
NEWS
By: | September 17, 2005
1. Which first lady spoke in Newport Beach last week? A. Hillary Clinton B. Barbara Bush C. Laura Bush D. Libby Pataki 2. What kind of animal has been keeping residents of Newport Harbor up at night? A. Great white sharks B. Teenagers C. Sea lions D. Crows 3. Which car dealership gave $100,000 to the Newport Beach centennial celebration? A. Theodore Robbins Ford B. Fletcher Jones Mercedes-Benz C. Newport Lexus D. South Coast Toyota 4. Newport Beach resident Don DuBois won what award recently?
NEWS
August 2, 2002
Think you don't have time to read? When you're driving up the coast, cleaning the garage or weeding the garden, pop a new title from the Newport Beach Public Library's audio collection in the tape or CD player to make commuting or chores much more enjoyable. In less time than it takes to drive from Orange County to San Francisco, you can learn "ten secrets to breakthrough thinking from history's most revolutionary minds" with "Discover Your Genius." In this combination guided journal-historical biography, Michael Gelb draws on the collected wisdom of Plato, Brunelleschi, Columbus, Copernicus, Elizabeth I, Shakespeare, Jefferson, Darwin, Gandhi and Einstein to provide inspired coaching for personal growth.
NEWS
September 24, 2002
Deirdre Newman Seniors in Bob Hiles' advanced placement government class at Corona del Mar High School found out last week whether they lean to the right or the left -- politically speaking. The exercise involved students taking an ideological survey and a political spectrum test online, and then checking if their political philosophy translated to a political party. Since many of the questions had "yes" and "no" answers -- which do not leave a lot of room for middle ground -- the assignment enabled students to see the limitations of surveys.
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By Alan Blank | February 25, 2009
When Bill Clinton was elected president in 1992, then-Daily Pilot advertising saleswoman Teresa Barnwell had no idea how much the event would chart the course for the rest of her life. Sixteen years later Barnwell has traveled around the globe, appeared on “The Tonight Show” 35 to 40 times and performed on several television shows and even a few movies. And it all started when a guy in a casino turned to her and told her she looked like the spitting image of Clinton’s wife.
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NEWS
June 17, 2008
Democrats have sealed their fate. They have chosen Barack Obama as the 2008 Democratic presidential candidate. As a result, there will not be a Democrat in the White House this time around. There could be a slight chance for Democrats if Hillary Clinton is offered and accepts the opportunity to be Obama’s running mate. Barring that, Obama is unelectable. He is fatally flawed and has no chance of overcoming John McCain in the November election. Sen. Clinton, on the other hand, would be a formidable opponent.
NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | May 16, 2008
Despite mounting campaign debts and disappearing delegates, Hillary Clinton supporters who flocked to see the presidential hopeful at a closed-door event Thursday evening at the Balboa Bay Club & Resort said they’re not ready to give up on her. “If you saw her talk tonight, you’d know she’s not ready to drop out,” said longtime Clinton supporter Jeanne O’Grady. The San Clemente resident said she was attracted to the candidate because of her practical experience.
FEATURES
April 26, 2008
Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama recently touched a nerve when he said that many blue-collar, small-town Americans were “bitter” about the country’s eroding industrial jobs base and consequently “cling” to guns and religion. Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton and GOP candidate John McCain were quick to criticize Obama as “elitist.” Were you offended by the remarks, or do you think some voters turn to religion when they feel their political leaders fail?
NEWS
By Daniel Tedford | February 2, 2008
If Newport Harbor High School students had their way, Sen. Barack Obama would be in good shape — presidential shape, in fact. Newport Harbor High School held a mock election in English classes Tuesday, and Obama handily received the majority of votes from students. Obama took home 270 votes to Sen. Hillary Clinton’s 136 from students who voted for Democrats. In a closer contest, Sen. John McCain was the favorite among Republican candidates, drawing 103 votes with Rudy Giuliani grabbing second place, Gov. Mitt Romney in third, Gov. Mike Huckabee in fourth and Ron Paul in fifth.
NEWS
July 1, 2007
Orange County is a popular place for presidential hopefuls. Barack Obama, John McCain and John Edwards have come to the area in recent weeks to raise funds for their 2008 campaigns. Hillary Clinton sent husband Bill to do her bidding. All held private fundraisers, several in Newport Beach. All raised thousands of dollars, with guests paying upwards of $5,000 to meet and greet a candidate. None of them were accessible to the media. We still reported on the events, which are typically held in the homes of well-connected party members.
NEWS
June 19, 2007
Regarding Barack Obama's recent fundraiser here in Newport Beach, it is a really sad commentary on presidential politics when candidates who are allegedly running to represent all of the people choose to spend all of their time with only some of the people — those with the big bucks. Of course, where can you find such people but here in Newport Beach, right? It's sad that these guys (and gal) don't have the time to address crowds of us ordinary blokes because we can't "fork over" enough to warrant being invited to these exclusive events in somebody's multi-million dollar mansion high in the hills in some gated community.
NEWS
By Michael Miller | June 10, 2007
Sen. Barack Obama, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and former President Bill Clinton are expected to visit Newport Coast this month, as the Democratic Party of Orange County has sponsored a pair of presidential campaign fundraisers at private homes. Melahat Rafiei, the interim executive director of the Democratic Party of Orange County, said Obama is scheduled for a breakfast appearance at 8:30 a.m. Monday, while the Clintons plan to visit another residence for a luncheon at 2 p.m. on June 24. Neither event is posted on the organization's website, and Rafiei said both were closed to the media.
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