Constitutionalism

Taking the Pulse of a Nation In Decline

Worse than Watergate—But Invisible in the Media By Alan Nathan FrontPageMagazine.com | January 5, 2007 RESIDENT CLINTON'S FORMER NATIONAL Security Advisor was caught stealing and destroying classified documents from the National Archives (before the 9/11 Commission could read them), but his actions have garnered less media attention than a fly breaking wind. Sandy Berger illegally removed four documents, hid them under a construction trailer for later retrieval, then cut three of the four with scissors upon returning to his office. He admitted to lying about it when first questioned by their officials, according to a December 20, 2006, report by...

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Bill Clinton: Election No Move To The Left

n Ottawa Canada last night, former president Bill Clinton told a crowded forum that the election results were "a rejection of hard-headed, ideological politics in which people just make up their mind what the answer is and then they try to make the facts fit the answer," according to a report in the Toronto Star. At a press conference before his address to a Jewish National Fund dinner, Clinton noted: "I think the American people prefer, first, a government that gets things done and is not mired in partisan gridlock." Clinton also told reporters at the press conference that Secretary...