By: Mike McDaniel Well. At least the Nobel Committee won’t be embarrassed–if one assumes such is possible–by giving Hillary Clinton the Nobel Prize for most frequent flier miles. One must be thankful for small things these days.
Let us then, gentle readers, get to an important issue: Should Hillary Clinton be pardoned? Or more to the point, should she, all her minions, and everyone that may have had a hand in violating federal law and giving away our most important secrets to our enemies, be competently investigated? Should a professional, non-political determination be made as to which laws, if any, were violated, and whether charges–taking into account the intent of Congress in writing those laws, and all Americans previously prosecuted for such violations–are warranted?