As Glenn Reynolds Would Put It, “Oh, THAT Liberal Media!”

I didn't like it when I heard that George Stephanopoulos had left politics for journalism. I figured that he was only being rewarded for his political stardom, that he wouldn't do the necessary work to transform himself into a serious journalist, and that--yes--he would use his media perch to act as a shill for the …

We Are Not Event Close to Done with the Hillary Clinton Saga

The latest news bulletins: The National Archives now want the State Department to explain how Hillary Clinton's e-mails ended up on a private server, instead of being collected by the United States government. It sounds as though the people from the National Archives are concerned that there might have been shenanigans afoot. Imagine that. Even Democrats …

The Difference Between Me and Hillary Clinton

If I were crazy enough to run for president of the United States, I wouldn't allow foreign donors to be perceived as being able to buy access to my potential administration: The Clinton Foundation has dropped its self-imposed ban on collecting funds from foreign governments and is winning contributions at an accelerating rate, raising ethical …

Your Friendly Reminder of the Day

A new Clinton presidency would bring about a new batch of ethical issues and uncomfortable situations for all of us to deal with. And given that we have enough problems on our plate, do we really need to add to them? Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton have built a sprawling network of powerful friends around the globe, …