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Brazzers Imagines A Clinton Sex Scandal —With Trump

BURBANK, Calif.—Brazzers, one of the industry leaders in premium adult entertainment, announces its most debated political porn parody to date. Starring a fictional take on Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump, Brazzers presents ZZ Erection-P...

Bill Clinton Rubs Elbows With Brooklyn Lee, Tasha Reign

MONTE CARLO, Monaco—Former President Bill Clinton is known for being a fan of the female form, so it's no surprise he cracked a wide grin tonight upon meeting adult stars Brooklyn Lee and Tasha Reign. The two starlets are in Monte Carlo to a...

Obama Doubles Clinton in Website Traffic

Traffic to Barack Obama's website, BarackObama.com, has doubled that of Hillary Clinton's site, HillaryClinton.com. Though they drew similar amounts of traffic in December 2007 - when Clinton led by about 40,000 visits - traff...

Step 1: Vote Clinton. Step 2: Wash Hands

Note: The following recommendation is the author's own, and does not necessarily represent the views of AVN.com, AVN magazine nor their owners. I'm going to assume that everyone reading this is at least semi-intelligent. That mea...

Hillary Clinton Says 'Yes' to Playboy, 'No' to Hustler

Hillary Clinton's first-quarter campaign finance filing reveals that the former first lady recently accepted a $2,300 contribution from Playboy founder Hugh Hefner. Clinton's acceptance of the Hefner donation contrasts with her rejection of a $...

Hillary Clinton Bust Goes on Display at Museum of Sex

A revealing bust of Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., was unveiled last week at Manhattan’s Museum of Sex. The bust, which depicts the 58-year-old former first lady with lots of cleavage, was created by sculptor Daniel Edwards, the New York D...

News Analysis: Free Speech and Mrs. Clinton

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's name has been mentioned for months as the possible Democratic presidential nominee for 2008, so while it's still early enough to talk rationally about such things, a few points that should trouble members of the adul...

To Clinton, Bush, Giuliani: Heel!

The Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression, in handing out its annual Jefferson Muzzles awards, has one word for President Clinton, Republican presidential hopeful George W. Bush, and New York City mayor and Senate candidate...

CLINTON AND GOVERNORS: NO E-TAXES…THIS YEAR

President Clinton and the nation's governors have reportedly agreed to postpone state Internet tax legislation, but the President also promised the governors he would consider ways to make up for "lost tax revenues" in return. The President and th...

CLINTON WON'T RULE OUT STATE OR LOCAL NET TAXES

In an online interview, President Clinton did not rule out backing state or local taxes on Internet sales, saying only that he would support a current process to "resolve" how those taxes could be collected in "not too burdensome" ways. This een a...

A CLINTON SUMMIT ON WEB SECURITY?

He's considered at best to be somewhat wishy-washy regarding both Internet security and privacy. But President Clinton plans a summit Feb. 15 between himself, top government officials, and top Internet players regarding cybersecurity in the wake o...

NOTE TO CLINTON: DON'T GO FOR NET TAXES

With President Clinton preparing for his final State of the Union address, the head of a Congressionally-appointed Internet tax advisory panel is urging Clinton to stand strong against taxing the Internet when he makes the address. Virginnia Gover...

HEADLINEDOES CLINTON BACK E-SNOOPING?

Attorney General Janet Reno and Deputy Defense Secretary John Hamre say the federal government "must" be able to break into computers in order to fight drugs and terrorism, in a seven-page letter to Congress that was also signed by Commerce Secret...

THORNS FOR CLINTON AIDES

Gennifer Flowers \nWASHINGTON - Gennifer Flowers has hit two former Clinton White House aides, James Carville and George Stephanopolous, with a libel, slander, and defamation suit over remarks they made about her on television in 1998 and in a boo...

CLINTON DISPUTES HOUSE ANTI-CYBERSQUAT BILL

The House approved an anti-cybersquatting bill Wednesday, barring people from inappropriate trademark use (including celebrity names) in naming Internet sites, but the Clinton Administration says it's too narrow an approach, favoring an internatio...