No person in this country is so high that he or she is above the law. This includes Hillary Clinton.
Over the weekend, the mainstream media was absolutely giddy with delight upon learning there would be an indictment by special counsel, Robert Mueller.
Damning new evidence appears to show that Hillary Clinton used her office as Secretary of State to confer benefits to Russia in exchange for millions of dollars in donations to her foundation and cash to her husband.
Jeff Sessions may have been a fine Senator, but he has proven to be a feckless Attorney General. He should resign.
I’ve spent two days and consumed three packs of Tums trying to digest all 464 pages. (I’m a fast reader.)
Hillary Clinton has always been adept at blaming everyone but herself. Her soon to be published memoir of the 2016 presidential election is no exception.
Cheating in a game of cards can involve “stacking the deck” –arranging the cards in a way that advantages yourself while ensuring your opponent loses.
It is unconventional, if not unprecedented, for a sitting president to publicly disparage his Attorney General after a mere five months on the job.
What Jared Kushner did is neither improper nor different than what other incoming presidential administrations have done.
The law is common sense. Yet, it is created by lawmakers who seem to be lacking any sense at all. Many of them do not understand their own laws.