My husband and I share something in common with Bill and Hillary Clinton. We spent our honeymoon in Haiti. It was on that trip that we first encountered real poverty, the likes of which most U.S. citizens have never seen or even imagined.
After the overthrow of the Duvalier regime, we had great hope for the country but, alas, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, who was elected democratically in 1990, turned into one of the most brutal dictators in Haiti’s history. Bill Clinton often claimed that he “restored democracy to Haiti.” In truth, by forcing Aristide back on these people in 1994, the country was left worse off than ever before. Continue reading “Clinton Crimes in Haiti”
When you open the refrigerator and it stinks, you know something is rotten in there. Likewise, when the FBI failed to recommend that Hillary Clinton be prosecuted, you know something is rotten in our government.
If you still think the FBI and the Justice Department are independent from the White House and political pressure as they were designed to be, either you just crawled out from under a rock or you are hopelessly naive.
Days before the FBI made its findings public, Obama announced that he was endorsing Hillary Clinton to be his successor. In fact, he was getting ready to board Air Force One with her to begin campaigning in North Carolina as the FBI press conference began.
Now I asked you, would Obama have made that announcement and made plans to join her campaign if he had not been assured that she would be cleared of criminal wrongdoing? Would he have risked having such a blemish on his record for the sake of a few days? Continue reading “It Stinks! (The Case Against Hillary Clinton”
Marco Rubio was exactly right when he said Barack Obama knows “exactly what he’s doing.” He may have repeated himself three times too many in the New Hampshire debate, but the point Rubio made to counter his GOP opponents’ attack on his inexperience was spot on.
This should in no way be taken as an endorsement for the junior senator from Florida. I believe that there is a good chance Rubio will be the eventual nominee. However, he lost me when he dismissed the anchor baby problem by sweeping it under the ambiguous 14th Amendment.
Nevertheless, Rubio is right about Barack Obama. He is without a doubt the most transformational president since Ronald Reagan. Continue reading “Marco Rubio was Right”
The recent revelations about Bill Cosby have turned the nation’s decades-long love-affair with the actor into one of disgust, even repulsion. This begs the question: How long before the nation’s decades-long love-affair with the nation’s 40th president will come to an equally abrupt end?
The sordid stories of the sexual escapades of Bill Cosby and Bill Clinton are strikingly similar:
- Both men held powerful positions in their respective fields which they abused again and again with no accountability.
- Both men were surrounded by staff at various levels who were willing to coverup, if not facilitate, their encounters with vulnerable women. Continue reading “The Cosby-Clinton Connection”