High crimes and revisionism

by David Limbaugh -- Had the 1974 Republicans behaved with as little integrity and as much partisanship as the Clinton Democrats (herein "Clintoncrats" for short), Mr. Nixon would very likely have remained more…

Watergate vs. Clintongate

by David Limbaugh -- An abridged version of this column originally appeared in the Washington Times Oct. 8, 1998. In their ceaseless efforts to trivialize the Clinton scandals, the president's defenders proudly more…

It's not a popularity contest

by David Limbaugh -- As Clinton Hell-week was about to begin in Congress, it should have been anticipated that all of the Democrats' favorite arguments against impeachment would be resurrected. True to more…

The habitual felon

by David Limbaugh -- In the past few weeks the impeachment debate has centered on whether President Clinton committed perjury, and if so, whether it constitutes an impeachable offense. This week the more…

Clinton's latest round of perjury

by David Limbaugh -- Reactions so far to Clinton's latest round of perjury are mixed, but modestly encouraging. The naysayers complain that his responses to Chairman Hyde's 81 Requests for Admission are more…

Absence of shame, flight from decency

by David Limbaugh -- When Chairman Henry Hyde announced that he would accede to the Democrats' demand to call Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr to testify before the House Judiciary Committee, my brother more…

Why Sam Dash is wrong

by David Limbaugh -- Independent Counsel Ken Starr's stellar performance before the House Judiciary Committee was substantially undercut by the dramatic resignation of his ethics adviser, former Senate Watergate Counsel Sam Dash. more…

Republicans on trial, too

by David Limbaugh -- At the dawn of the impeachment hearings the primary issue facing Congress is exactly the opposite of what it ought to be, e.g., whether Bill Clinton committed impeachable more…

The great Republican divide

by David Limbaugh -- Political analysts are still scratching their heads over the election results with no dominant opinion having yet emerged. Democrats, despite their insistence that the election would not be more…

Freedom, rights and responsibility

by David Limbaugh -- President Clinton's high-approval rating despite his scandal-ridden presidency is commonly explained as being a function of a sound economy. Many also attribute it to a general decline in more…