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Sick Willie

Bill Clinton’s legacy is fraying in the age of #MeToo




“North Korea’s elite are not suicidal.”


ALL U.S. PRESIDENTS HAVE BEEN MEN; MANY of them have also been dogs. Of the 45 occupants of the White House, 14 have been known or strongly suspected, according to one estimate, to have engaged in affairs of the heart— or the loins—inadmissible in your average middle school civics class. “Why, this is worse than assassination!” Chester A. Arthur complained of whispers that he, a widower, was having an affair—and that was well before the advent of the internet. John F. Kennedy’s dalliances were at least as famous as his accomplishments. If the latter seem conspicuously thin, the time he lavished on the secretarial duo of Fiddle and Faddle may serve as an explanation.

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IN GUNS WE TRUST This week, in order to understand America’s obsession with guns, we've come to proud and defiant Texas. Texas is an American state, like Texas as a republic before that and Texas as a Mexican state before that, survived only because armed civilians did what their government could not do — keep them safe, keep them alive. Without guns, there would be no Texas.