Tag Archives: Hillary Clinton

“A C-Change in Presidential Rhetoric”

Ruth Levine of the Center for Global Development (a fabulous organization, for anyone who cares about development issues) offers her take on President Obama’s recent speech in Ghana, and the reasoning he offers for  U.S. support for public health in Africa and beyond: America will support these efforts through a comprehensive, global health strategy, because […]

A Good Day for Women and Girls

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending Melanne Verveer’s the swearing-in ceremony as our first-ever Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues.  It was a lovely occasion — full of both rejoicing and resolve, as Secretary Clinton and her newest ambassador reaffirmed their commitment to “make sure that the concerns of women and girls remain central […]

I Heart Hillary II

As I noted in an earlier post, I’m a fan of Secretary Clinton.  This intel from a recent post on Foreign Policy’s “The Cable” blog helps explain why: Clinton is drawing praise from some State Department officials for making a real effort to show her appreciation for staff. The secretary is doing thank-yous to the […]

I Heart Hillary

I’m a Hillary fan.  Always have been, from her days at the White House to the Senate to the campaign trail to C Street — and her gracious remarks at her swearing-in ceremony reminded me of why.  I appreciate the language she’s been using lately about smart power, smart people, and being smarter “about how […]