The FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server and mishandling of classified information concluded that there was no evidence to suggest criminal intent by the former Secretary of State. Does this set a dangerous precedent that any individuals should not be charged when there is no clear intent to break the law, even if the law was broken?

Gastonia, NC Correspondent-The email server issue is a tempest in a teapot. Just as Hillary Clinton handled items which were retroactively classified (as in “They weren’t classified at the time she sent them”), Condi Rice and Colin Powell did the same. She used very poor judgment and showed an astonishing lack of awareness as to how her actions would be perceived down the line, but I don’t think she broke any laws. If she did, then her cell needs to be big enough for several occupants. Continue reading