Declared 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate



Former U.S. Secretary of State, U.S. Senator and First Lady

Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton
Born: October 26th, 1947  (age 69)

Hillary Clinton Profile

All Issues
  Civil Liberties
    The Magna Carta
    The Conceptual and Philosophical Growth of Civil Liberties
    Civil Liberties In the United States
    Challenges to Civil Liberties
    Candidates' Positions on Civil Liberties
 


Hillary Clinton on Civil Liberties

Clinton voted for the Patriot Act and wants to keep a balance between civil liberties, privacy and security.


ANDERSON COOPER: Secretary Clinton, do you regret your vote on the Patriot Act?

HILLARY CLINTON: No, I don’t. I think that it was necessary to make sure that we were able, after 911, to put in place the security that we needed. And it is true that it did require that there be a process. What happened, however, is that the Bush administration began to chip away at that process and I began to speak out about their use of warrant list surveillance and the other behavior that they engaged in. We always have to keep the balance of civil liberties, privacy and security. It’s not easy in a democracy but we have to keep it in mind.




13 October, 2015: CNN Democratic Debate Las Vegas, Nevada (0:00 – 0:37)


“Another challenge is how to strike the right balance of protecting privacy and security. Encryption of mobile communications presents a particularly tough problem. We should take the concerns of law enforcement and counter-terrorism professionals seriously. They have warned that impenetrable encryption may prevent them from accessing terrorist communications and preventing a future attack. On the other hand we know there are legitimate concerns about government intrusion, network security and creating new vulnerabilities that bad actors can and would exploit. So we need Silicon Valley not to view government as its adversary. We need to challenge our best minds in the private sector to work with our best minds in the public sector to develop solutions that will both keep us safe and protect our privacy. Now is the time to solve this problem, not after the next attack.”




19 November, 2015: C-SPAN National Security Address in New York (25:23 – 26:28)




Hillary Clinton Biography

Ancestry
Parents & Grandparents
Childhood
Siblings
Education
Career
Faith & Religion
Spouses
Children
Health
Net Worth & Income
Controversies

Other Candidates on Civil Liberties

Jill Stein
Donald Trump

Hillary Clinton on other Issues

Abortion
Afghanistan
Capital Punishment
Civil Liberties
Cuba
Deficit and Debt
Education
Energy
Environment
Federal Budget
Guantanamo Bay
Gun Control
Health Care
Immigration
Iran
Iraq
Israel
Jobs
Marijuana
Minimum Wage
National Security
North Korea
Poverty
Prescription Drugs
Religion
Russia
Social Security
Syria
Taxes
Terrorism

Hillary Clinton Links

Hillary Clinton's campaign website
Hillary Clinton's Facebook page
Hillary Clinton's Twitter page
Share Hillary Clinton's position on Facebook  
Share Hillary Clinton's position on Twitter  
Compare Hillary Clinton with others
 

Hillary Clinton Books

 
Books by and about Hillary Clinton
 

Hillary Clinton Campaign Items

Bumper Stickers   Buttons   Cups   Hats    Shirts    Yard Signs   All Clinton Items
 








PRESIDENTIAL
CAMPAIGN
SIGNS



 Presidential Candidates
 
Third Party Candidates
Republican Candidates
Democratic Candidates
Libertarian Candidates
Independent Candidates
Green Party Candidates
Constitution Party Candidates
   



 
 Presidential Debate Schedule
 
    RECAP 
September 26th, 2016   |   Hempstead, NY

    RECAP 
October 4th, 2016   |   Farmville, VA

    RECAP 
October 9th, 2016   |   St. Louis, MO

    RECAP 
October 19th, 2016   |   Las Vegas, NV

 
 2016 Election Issues
   
   



© 2017 Politicks.org
About Us
Terms & Conditions
Privacy Policy
Contact Us
Back   Top    Follow the presidential candidates on Facebook Follow the presidential candidates on Twitter