High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton

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Regnery Publishing, Sep 1, 2002 - Political Science - 358 pages
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"Coulter is a pundit extraordinaire." - RUSH LIMBAUGH

"Ann Coulter is one of the fiery new breed of conservative commentators who don't worry what the Establishment thinks of them." - ROBERT D. NOVAK

"A fluent polemicist with a gift for Menckenesque invective...she can harness such language to subtle, syllogistic argument." - WASHINGTON POST

"The conservative movement has found it's diva." - BILL MAHER

"One of the twenty most fascinating women in politics." - GEORGE MAGAZINE.


"Coulter is a pundit extraorinaire." - RUSH LIMBAUGH

In this New York Times bestseller, Coulter mercilessly examines the abuses and excesses of Bill Clinton point by point. She also shreds every conceivable defense the Clintons to bits as she probes the major Clinton scandals, including Monica Lewinsky, Filegate, the China connection, the travel office snafu, and the fundraising fiascos.

Coulter combs through the evidence to answer all the questions that kept the Clinton administration embroiled in scandal - the likes of which our nation had never seen. High Crimes and Misdemeanors reveals:

WHY the Monica Lewinsky affair would ultimately cause the entire Clinton defense scheme to unravel.

HOW Bill Clinton committed impeachable offense that are both criminal and non-criminal (take your pick).

WHY, despite popular belief, impeachment DOES NOT require a criminal offense.

HOW the Clinton White House got hold of sensitive FBI files - and how it may have used them too intimidate enemies.

WHAT Hilary Clinton did to destroy the careers of nonpolitical, completely innocent White House employees.

WHY Clinton crony Webb Hubbell abruptly stopped cooperating with Ken Starr after key White House pals got to him.

WHO got a top Clinton administration job and most likely used it to funnel classified data to people close to the Chinese Communists.

In this fearless and unapologetic book, you'll get a shocking view of the Clinton White House, where an endless parade of lowlifes brought lobbying opportunities to a president who never met a campaign gift he didn't like - even if it put US security at risk.

You'll venture deep iinside the Clinton machine to discover how witnesses are muzzled, how opponents are intimidated, how the press is led about, evidence concealed, the FBI misued, jobs are dispensed, the Clinton Justice Department corrupted....and why the Monica Lewinsky affair infamously follow Clinton for the rest of his life.

From the best selling author of ADIOS AMERICA.
 

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Ann Coulter's book concerning Bill Clinton is a hit piece that compares the case against Bill Clinton with Richard Nixon's Watergate. While she presents some compelling evidence, it is obvious by the ... Read full review

Contents

Just Do It
1
PART ONEKISS IT
23
You Cant Prove I Lied
25
The Presidents Deposition
39
Clintons Legacy Is Formed
49
Kathleen Meets Paula
59
The 60 Minutes Interview
73
Blasting the Bimbos
77
Auditing the Enemy
155
PART THREEOBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
165
Whitewater
167
Fostergate
183
Friend of the Voiceless
195
PART FOURCORRUPTION
211
White House Coffees
213
Wampumgate
229

Persecuting the Prosecutor
95
The White Houses Secret Weapon
101
A Cancer on the Country
105
PART TWOABUSE OF POWER
117
The Travel Office Massacre
119
A Bureaucratic Snafu
137
The Manchurian Candidate
241
High Crimes and Misdemeanors
257
Notes
317
Index
353
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Ann Coulter is the author of eleven New York Times bestsellers. Coulter is the legal correspondent for Human Events and writes a popular syndicated column for the Universal Press Syndicate. She is a frequent guest on many TV shows, including The Kelly File, Fox and Friends, Good Day LA, The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity, and Real Time with Bill Maher, and has been profiled in numerous publications including the Guardian (UK), the New York Observer, National Journal, Harper's Bazaar, and Elle magazine. She was the April 25, 2005, cover story of TIME magazine. In 2001, Coulter was named one of the top 100 Public Intellectuals by federal judge Richard Posner.

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