A. Barton Hinkle on Hillary Clinton's Dubious Immigration Plan
Deep in some locked and long-forgotten sub-basement of her soul, or what remains of it, Hillary Clinton might still retain a conviction or two. It would be lovely to think one made a fleeting appearance in her recent speech on immigration, which was not all bad.
What Clinton says, however, is almost immaterial, writes A. Barton Hinkle. She will say anything she needs to say, and do anything she needs to do, to win the Oval Office.