Statement on Signing the First Continuing Resolution For Fiscal Year 2001

October 2000
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;10/9/2000, Vol. 36 Issue 40, p2270
Government Documents
Presents the text of a speech given by United States President Bill Clinton on September 29, 2000, which deals with the signing the first continuing resolution for the fiscal year 2001.


Related Articles

  • That sinking feeling.  // Commonweal;6/18/93, Vol. 120 Issue 12, p3 

    Editorial. Assesses President Bill Clinton's proposals and programs of government. Disparity between his proposed and the slated deficit; Job-stimulus package; Self-inflicted wounds; Efforts to regroup and regain the center; Straightening out of economic affairs; Public support of change; `New...

  • Copping a domestic agenda. Klein, Joe // Newsweek;12/7/1992, Vol. 120 Issue 23, p29 

    Offers a look at United States President-elect Bill Clinton's plans for a new domestic policy. Domestic Peace Corps; Could be the best money ever spent if it is spent right; Potential pitfalls; Idea of financial aid reciprocated by service; Could put 100,000 college-educated police officers on...

  • Clintonism: Beyond Left and Right. Derher, Charles // Tikkun (Duke University Press);Jan/Feb94, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p40 

    Discusses the emergence of `Clintonism' in the light of the ideological inclinations of the various reforms passed by President Bill Clinton. Ideological definition of `Clintonism'; Communitarian perspective in Clinton's political rhetoric; Security issue; Cooperation of leftist critics of...

  • Clinton's new buzzword. Schorr, Daniel // New Leader;10/4/93, Vol. 76 Issue 12, p3 

    Reports on the main theme of US President Bill Clinton's administration programs. Americans' fear of change as a source of insecurity; Views on health care, crime control and the North American Free Trade Agreement; Health, economic, personal and community securities.

  • Smaller, softer, simpler--please. Klein, Joe // Newsweek;9/19/1994, Vol. 124 Issue 12, p34 

    Opinion. Argues that President Bill Clinton's desire to add more government has been a fundamental miscalculation. The need for Clinton to create a new activist model rather than look to the past for one; The failure of bipartisanship; Why Clinton needs to begin rebuilding trust through...

  • Clinton checklist. Stanglin, Douglas; Auster, Bruce B. // U.S. News & World Report;08/11/97, Vol. 123 Issue 6, p15 

    Lists the five initiatives that President Bill Clinton plans to pursue in the Fall of 1997. The acceleration of free-trade agreements with South American countries; The education of the country about the dangers of global warming; A review of the Medicare system; A series of education...

  • Washington's budget balancing act. Goodrich, Lawrence J. // Christian Science Monitor;2/11/98, Vol. 90 Issue 53, p4 

    Discusses the debate in United States politics over what to do with expected budget surpluses in the late 1990s. Proposals from President Bill Clinton for increased spending; Why Republicans want the surplus used to reduce the national debt and to enable a tax cut; Why Clinton's proposal to use...

  • On the front burner.  // Christian Science Monitor;4/7/98, Vol. 90 Issue 91, p12 

    Comments on some difficult national agenda items facing the United States Congress and President Bill Clinton. Social Security; Gun control; Global loans; Military base closings.

  • Reading his lips. Feulner Jr., Edwin J. // Policy Review;Winter93, Issue 63, p4 

    Examines whether United States President Bill Clinton is a new Democrat. Personnel; Enduring conservative ideas; Tax cuts; Pressure from organized interest groups; Unconservative parts of Clinton's campaign rhetoric; Challenges faced by Clinton.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics