This whole "Clinton Cash" scandal is a con

Similarly, as it is fair game to report about any donations to the Clinton Foundation, it is equally fair game for the Times and other news organizations to report about whether there have been donations to Schweizer’s Government Accountability Institute from large ideological conservative or politically partisan donors. Should a partisan conservative Republican such as Schweizer attack donations to the Clintons, which they disclose, without disclosing his own donors?

Finally, how about detailed reporting about the great number of good works the Clinton Foundation performs around the world to help the poor, the needy and the hurting? In fact, the foundation itself promotes income equality by raising money from the super wealthy and using it to lift the lives of the extremely poor, which is powerfully relevant to the kind of president Hillary Clinton would be.

Among Democrats, the book has backfired. Democrats are more solidly behind the former first lady than ever, and as the Times reported Wednesday in a story about a recent New York Times/CBS poll: “Americans now view Mrs. Clinton more favorably and more see her as a strong leader than they did earlier in the year, despite weeks of scrutiny about her ethics.”