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Monday, May 31, 2010

Friday, May 28, 2010

Ground Breaking of the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge

President Clinton today joined donors, federal, state and city officials in Little Rock, Arkansas, to break ground on the renovation for the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge. The renovation will help spur economic development and increase tourism.

Bill Clinton to speak in Kentucky

The event is set for the R.J. Corman airplane hanger in
Nicholasville. Tickets, which start at $500 apiece, can be
purchased beginning next week on the school's website,

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Video Bill Clinton honored by Sons of Italy

Former President Bill Clinton was honored in Washington Wednesday night for his dedication to public service.The Sons of Italy Foundation awarded the president with the honor during its 22nd annual gala. The foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Order Sons of Italy in America.

The idiots made the link inactive. media only covers trivial crap like how much weight he lost.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Bill Clinton inspired Chappaqua poet

One day the two spoke about an upcoming trip to India she was taking in 2007 to visit family and he suggested she check out some health clinics aided by the Foundation. She took him up on the idea and was so inspired by the well-being of the patients that she assembled her photos with poems into a book. She has published a 27-page hardcover book “The Lucky Ones” poems and images of her visit two years ago to three health centers serving children with HIV/AIDs in India that are funded by the Clinton Foundation.

Monday, May 24, 2010

Video of Bill Clinton at Yale

Entire speech!!!!!
i saw the last 15 min yesterday which was serious and insightful but the beginning is really funny.

Former president Bill Clinton to speak at Colgate in October

Bill Clinton, former president and founder of the William J. Clinton Foundation, will speak at Colgate University in October.

The university announced Monday that the 42nd president will speak at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29, at Sanford Field House. Ticket information will be released in the future.

Former President Bill Clinton lauds Haiti aid effort of Queens man Herman Mendoza – New York Daily News

"I read the New York Daily News article about your dedicated efforts to send supplies to Haiti, and I want you to know how impressed I am by your perseverance and goodwill," Clinton wrote.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Slideshow Photos of Bill Clinton at Yale

It looks like the car was banged up more than the written story implies, but he looks fine. Actually he looks 20 pounds lighter than last month. Chelsea is a good coach.

Clinton to Yale grads: "Go out there with a happy heart"

You have choices. As you make those choices do what makes you happy and relentlessly check yourself: Am I building up positive and reducing the negative," said Clinton, who graduated from Yale Law School in 1973.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Watch Live May 23 at 2 pm Bill Clinton Speaks at Yale

Class Day and Commencement events on Old Campus, including Clinton’s address, may be viewed live online at The events will also be broadcast on the Yale Cable system on Channels 8, 10 and 26, as well as in the New Haven community on Channel 26. Events will be broadcast by other local public access channels in nearby communities. Check local listings.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Slideshow and article Bill Clinton can still impress crowds‎

Clinton also said he wished he was 30, and had his life to live all over again: "This is really an interesting time to be alive."

But it was his interview session with the glamorous Taylor that turned out to be the best value of the event, hosted by the Vancouver Board of Trade. Their conversation about everything from Haiti, where Clinton is helping lead earthquake reconstruction efforts, to India and China was compelling.

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Thursday, May 20, 2010

Clinton advises Vancouver to ‘get in the future business’: Bill Clinton came back to Vancouver Thursday

Bill Clinton came back to Vancouver Thursday for a dialogue billed as "embracing our common humanity" with former BC Finance Minister Carole Taylor.

Clinton told the audience there are three major problems in the world: Instability, in political and financial terms; social inequality; and climate change, which is undermining an economic model based on fossil fuels.

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Video Ling: Courtesy from Clinton led to freedom from North Korea prison

One of two American journalists freed last year from a North Korean prison said Wednesday that their release was thanks to an expression of condolences made by former President Bill Clinton, to North Korea's reclusive leader Kim Jong Il.

Former President Bill Clinton says green energy can grow the nation’s economy

Former President Bill Clinton on Wednesday pushed for retrofitting aging buildings to make them more energy efficient and promoted alternative sources of energy as a way to create jobs and grow the economy.

Clinton came to Las Vegas to dedicate the retrofitting of a building at 302 E. Carson, a

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Bill Clinton to stump for Lincoln

The Lincoln campaign said Clinton would campaign for her in the Little Rock area on May 28. Details of the stops have not yet been released

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Slideshow: Former President Bill Clinton Hosts Albuquerque Fundraiser for Diane Denish for Governor

The mood was bright and the turnout strong for a fundraiser hosted by former President Bill Clinton for New Mexico Democratic gubernatorial candidate Diane Denish late yesterday afternoon.

President Clinton addressed a crowd of about 350 that filled a meeting room at Albuquerque's Embassy Suites. In a 20-minute speech he urged Democrats to work hard to get Denish

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Video President Clinton answers a fan’s question about whether Clinton Foundation economic development programs exist in Africa.

He discuses the work of the Clinton Hunter Development Initiative, which works to increase the incomes of smallholder farmers in Malawi and Rwanda through agribusiness and sustainable farming practices.

Former President Bill Clinton will be in San Antonio today to address the annual Sustainable Operations Summi

President Clinton’s comments, which are not open to the news media, will focus on his work with the William J. Clinton Foundation, which is working to implement the Clinton Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative,’ referred to as ‘a business-oriented approach worldwide to fight climate change and develop sustainable economic growth in Africa and Latin America.’

Monday, May 17, 2010

VIDEO President Bill Clinton Named Honorary Chairman of USA Bid Committee To Host FIFA World Cup In 2018 or 2022

President William Jefferson Clinton has accepted the invitation to join the USA Bid Committee in its efforts to bring the FIFA World Cup™ to the United States in 2018 or 2022 and was named today the Honorary Chairman of the USA Bid


Maria Bartiromo Interviews Former President Bill Clinton

CNBC's Maria Bartiromo sat down with former President Bill Clinton on Friday to dicuss in detail about the Clinton Global Initiative, something which many CEOs globally are becoming more and more involved with

Sunday, May 16, 2010

SLIDESHOW from Sunday's events

Bill Clinton campaigns in Pa. in Murtha seat race

Clinton was golfing buddies with Murtha. He said Sunday the late congressman would want his supporters to vote for Critz in Tuesday's special election.

this one includes video

Clinton to WVU grads: Face change with confidence

Today's college graduates must face change with confidence in a "highly unstable, unequal and unsustainable" world and help others do the same, former President Bill Clinton said Sunday at West Virginia University.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Bill Clinton to entrepreneurs: Think global

Clinton spoke at the Summit Series, a three-day conference of networking, discussions and activities for young entrepreneurs. The twentysomething, early thirtysomething crowd of CEOs, founders and investors come from a range of backgrounds.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Women’s Empowerment Dominates Clinton CSR Forum

Cherie Blair announces women's initiative at CGI meeting.
President Clinton met with Cherie Blair and a panel of business leaders at the 2010 CGI Mid-Year Meeting on Thursday in New York. The wife of Britain’s former Prime Minister and a human rights attorney announced a women’s health and empowerment initiative that aims to give cell phones to 4,000 female entrepreneurs in Kenya.

Bill Clinton, West among Commencement speakers

This is a reminder. I posted a couple of weeks ago when it was first announced.
Clinton will be the first current or former U.S. president to speak at a West Virginia University Commencement.

There was a mid-year CGI meeting in NY

I think it is great when industries lend a helping hand. See how Bill Clinton convinced them

Clinton: Haiti Rebuilding Must Address Longstanding Problems

he says it's important for rebuilding efforts to address Haiti's longstanding problems, especially the lack of education.

"Only about half of the children in the country have ever gone to school

Bill Clinton to campaign for soon-to-be Dem Guv nominee Diane Denish

President Bill Clinton will be in ABQ Tuesday to campaign for soon-to-be Dem Guv nominee Diane Denish at a $500 a pop fund-raiser at the Embassy Suites at 4 p.m. Ticks available thru Denish headquarters

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Bill Clinton spoke at Mount Sinai School of Medicine Commencement Honors Leaders in Genetics and Global Health

Mount Sinai School of Medicine at its 41st commencement ceremony today honored a former president, legendary scientists in the field of genetics and human genome research, and renowned humanists whose work has advanced biomedical research and provided much needed access to health care both locally and internationally. President Bill Clinton was among the honorees, and also addressed an audience of nearly 200 Mount Sinai graduates as commencement speaker.

See the impact of Clinton Economic Opportunity Initiative’s (CEO) Entrepreneurship Mentoring Program

Jay Goltz, a veteran entrepreneur and a mentor in the Clinton Economic Opportunity Initiative’s (CEO) Entrepreneurship Mentoring Program, is now also a New York Times blogger. He writes about the art of running a small business. Today, Jay wrote about the business owner in Chicago he is mentoring through CEO’s program, and how the Clinton Foundation is supporting small business owners.
read Jay's article

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Bill Clinton being honored June 9

Services for the Underserved Gala
see here for tickets

BREAKING NEWS: Bill Clinton to campaign for Critz

the rally will take place at 4:30 p.m. at the Pasquerilla Conference Center in Johnstown.
The event is open to the public, but tickets are required.

For tickets to the event, call the Pennsylvania Democratic Party Office at 248-3442 or visit the office at 647 Main Street in Johnstown, PA 15901, Suite 110.

Win A Chance to spend the day with Bill Clinton

When the campaign flew one of Hillary's biggest supporters, who won our previous contest, to New York to visit me. We talked about how Hillary's doing as Secretary of State and the current state of the world, and about the work of my foundation. I had such a good time that I'd like to do it again. How would you like the chance to come up to New York and spend a day with me?

Watch President Clinton discuss these goals for CGI in 2010

To set priorities for 2010, President Clinton and the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) are asking the head of state, business, and nonprofit members of CGI to make Commitments to Action that will improve lives around the world through four Action Areas: Empowering Girls and Women, Strengthening Market-based Solutions, E...nhancing Access to Modern Technology, and Harnessing Human Potential. Watch President Clinton discuss these goals for CGI in 2010

Monday, May 10, 2010

Video: Mother's Day Message from Bill Clinton

For Mother’s Day, President Clinton thanks all the moms who are helping in the fight against childhood obesity. Hear messages from two moms who are keeping their kids healthy with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation.

Video of PBS Interview with Bill Clinton

Friday, May 7, 2010

Bill Clinton will be featured on the premiere of "Need To Know" on PBS Friday, May 7th at 8:30 pm

details here and nice write up here

Bill Clinton and Bono Reveal How Music Changed Their Lives

Clinton appeared onstage immediately after Bono's speech to the audience, and he thanked the U2 frontman for penning a piece on his behalf in the current issue of Time Magazine's Most Influential 100 list.
"When you're old and grey and you've got to compete with Lady Gaga," the former president laughed, "your only shot is to get Bono to write on your behalf!"
Clinton spoke fondly of his trips to Ireland and the 15th anniversary of the IRA ceasefire in the North, and urged Irish Americans to stay involved in the cause of peace and justice.
"I've never had a greater honor than to be involved in the Irish peace process

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Clinton to address neighborhood group

Former President Bill Clinton will serve as keynote speaker at an awards luncheon during an annual conference in Little Rock for a national neighborhood organization.
Clinton is scheduled to address the Neighborhoods, USA "Neighborhood of the Year" ceremony on May 28.

Bill Clinton and Bill Gates are a few confirmed guests scheduled to speak at this year's Ideas Festival, at the Aspen Institute.

go here for info

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Bill Clinton to attend bridge ground breaking

Former president and Arkansas governor Bill Clinton is expected to attend a May 28 groundbreaking ceremony for a project to convert a former railroad bridge to a bicycle and pedestrian bridge across the Arkansas River

Clinton Foundation Met With Business Leaders from Haiti

Representatives from Brandaid Haiti, an Ontario-based non-profit involved in boosting the North American exposure of Jacmel’s artisans were scheduled to gather there with members of the Clinton Foundation and staff from CHF International, a development agency invested in Haiti.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Clinton and Bush in Chicago for Private Conference

Two of the most prominent men in America are in Chicago today giving speeches on the importance of biotechnology.
But good luck finding out what Bill Clinton and George W. Bush have to say during dual keynote speech at the Biotechnology Industry Organization’s annual meeting at the McCormick center. The entire meeting is closed to the public and media. Source:

“Biotech can play a big role in how we produce and consume energy,” said President Clinton. He also stated that ‘there is no more urgent task’ than addressing climate change.

President Bush emphasized that we must have a vibrant economy to support biotech innovation. “We need to incent research and aggressively encourage investment [in biotech],” said President Bush.

Both Presidents Clinton and Bush acknowledged each others’ accomplishments while in office and kept a consistently collegial tone throughout the moderated discussion.

When President Clinton was asked what he missed most about being Commander-in-Chief he said that he loved ‘representing America around the world,’ and added that it’s the only job he’ll ever have in which they ‘play a song every time I walk into a room.’

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VIDEO President clinton addresses senate democrats' rural summit

President Bill Clinton joined Senator Lincoln and members of the Senate Democratic Caucus at the Senate Democratic Rural Summit to discuss revitalizing rural America through job creation and economic development. The Rural Summit brought together over 150 leaders from across the nation to discuss issues of importance to rural America and identify common-sense solutions to ensure a sustainable economy for rural America

Monday, May 3, 2010

Bill Clinton to speak at International AIDS Conference

President Clinton will deliver keynote remarks on Monday, 19 July. Minister Motsoaledi's plenary presentation is on Tuesday, 20 July. "We are delighted to have secured these two high-level keynote speakers at this crucial time in the global response to HIV," said AIDS 2010 Chair Dr. Julio Montaner, President of the International AIDS Society and Director of the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS in Vancouver, British Columbia

VIDEO The Clinton Economic Opportunity Initiative's Entrepreneurship Mentoring Program

The Clinton Economic Opportunity Initiative's Entrepreneurship Mentoring Program matches emerging entrepreneurs in underserved communities with experienced mentors who can help them develop a better understanding of their business and industry;

Clinton Global Initiative University 2010 Inspires College Students

The initiative to fight hunger and poverty spurred nearly 600 Miami Dade College students to register online and participate in the Food For The Poor “All-Nighter for the Poor” event. Del Pino was a sophomore at Miami Dade College when she helped organize the inaugural campus event and set the ambitious goal to build several tilapia ponds in Haiti.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Bill Clinton delivers MDC commencement speech

An endless sea of flags greeted former President Bill Clinton as he delivered the commencement address for Miami Dade College on Saturday morning -- 55 flags in all, one for each of the countries represented by a graduating student that day.

The international flags crossed the stage, one by one, just before Clinton spoke. Students cheered them all -- Haiti's flag elicited loud roars

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