Richard Nixon fired his attorney general because he wouldn’t collude with Nixon in obstructing a legal investigation in which Nixon was the target.
Donald Trump fired his acting attorney general, Sally Yates, because she refused to carry out the president’s orders.
Are the situations similar? No…Read More
Hillary Clinton’s presidency is shot.
It doesn’t matter whether she wins or loses on election day, her presidency is over. Odds are that she will garner enough electoral votes to win on November 8th. But if and when she is sworn in, she won’t be able to govern.
The specter of emailgate will poison every initiative, every decision, every utterance until the inevitable Constitutional showdown. Three decades of corruption will inevitably come to a head…Read More
Richard Nixon infamously said, “I’m not a crook.”
In the past quarter of a century, Americans have been subjected to a level of unethical activity by Bill and Hillary Clinton that makes Richard Nixon look downright saintly…Read More
“The Justice Department would never indict the putative Democratic candidate for president unless a viable alternative were waiting in the wings. And the reverse is true: Biden’s decision not to run is the clearest indication that no indictment will be forthcoming.”Read More