By Ron Paul
We all know that ethics is a marginal quality for Hillary Clinton, who has been in serious trouble with the FBI and government over her handling of emails as U.S. Secretary of State. Many emails disappeared!
Sometimes people get into trouble when they erase evidence, but so far Hillary doesn't seem to be bothered too much.
The Romanian hacker Gucifer was able to hack into the Clinton Foundation servers and has provided some important information. It really startled me as to the extensiveness of this information and the sheer number of individuals who felt compelled to send the Clinton Foundation money.
Thus far, the media has kept this out of the limelight. It's funny how the New York Times thought that 51 State Department employees (out of 13,000 foreign service agents) writing a 'let's bomb Assad' letter should be front page news, while this tremendous story is being kept at arm's length.
While Hillary was Secretary of State, the Clinton Foundation was raising enormous amounts of money from foreign governments and government-tied businesses. Some of our friends, including Judge Andrew Napolitano, have been very clear in stating that Hillary has done something very serious and believe that it qualifies for a prosecution.
However, I'm not very optimistic about our Department of Justice. I'm not holding my breath for that day to happen. Some people believe that they are above the law, and the Clintons have notoriously gotten away with things.
This is just one more indication that tremendous changes are long overdue in our society. Ultimately, the attitudes that Americans have about morality and ethics are pretty darn important. That's surely not government's role. You can't legislate morality. It is however a role that all of us have to play in our own spheres of influence.