Friday, October 28, 2011
Last Word: The Re-Formation of Hillary Clinton
How Hillary Became Likable (Alana Goodman, Commentary) Once seen as a divisive far-left opportunist, Clinton owes a lot of her newfound respect to her position as secretary of state. Before she took office, Clinton was mainly known for her domestic policy views. But foreign policy tends to be less visibly partisan, which likely helped soften her image with Republicans and independent voters.