Clinton’s history of corruption, without consequences, should be a deal breaker — Moving the Conversation Along


Historically, voters send an individual to the White House who is in good standing on Election Day. Most serve their country well. Sometimes, though, the president surprises and disappoints citizens by committing a potentially impeachable act after being sworn in. Voters don’t have a crystal ball and can’t predict what any elected official will do, […]

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