Clinton Cash book

‘Clinton Cash’ author demolishes Hillary’s self-defense

Peter Schweizer, The New York Post

Grave incompetence or brazen dishonesty? Those are the only two conclusions one can reasonably come to after reviewing Hillary Clinton’s stunning Sunday interview on local New Hampshire TV.

The Proof of the Clintons' Wrongdoing

Ron Fournier, National Journal

Hillary Clinton seized all emails pertaining to her job as secretary of State and deleted an unknown number of messages from her private server. Her family charity accepted foreign and corporate donations from people doing business with the State Department. She violated government rules designed to protect against corruption and perceptions of corruption that erode the public's trust in government. She has not apologized. She has not made amends: She withholds the email server and continues to accept foreign donations. That's what this is about.

Clinton Foundation CEO admits to disclosure errors on tax forms

Marisa Schultz, New York Post

The head of Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton’s foundation admitted Sunday to making financial-disclosure errors on their tax forms. “Yes, we made mistakes, as many organizations of our size do, but we are acting quickly to remedy them, and have taken steps to ensure they don’t happen in the future,” Maura Pally, acting CEO of the Clinton Foundation, posted on its blog Sunday.

Hillary Clinton and the Death of Truth in Liberal America

The latest, and perhaps final chapter of America's surrender to moral relativism, and the elimination among America's elite of any allegiance to objective fact as the standard by which all matters must be judged, is playing out in the failure of liberals and Democrats to confront the facts of the rapidly evolving scandal regarding foreign government contributions to the Clinton Foundation, Bill Clinton’s speaking fees and policy-making by Hillary Clinton while she was Secretary of State as documented in Peter Schweizer's new book “Clinton Cash.”