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Paula Jones

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July 2005: "Just look at the Clinton v. Jones decision - there, the Supreme Court held that it was more important for Paula Jones's suit to go forward in court, than for the President - an individual who is also the head of an entire branch of government -- to be able to function unimpeded by such suits. Rather than cripple the power of a federal district court, the Supreme Court ended up - perhaps inadvertently, but at least somewhat predictably -- crippling the Clinton presidency."


RoleNameTypeLast Updated
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Arkansas (State Government) Organization Aug 1, 2005
Opponent (past or present) President William ("Bill") Jefferson Clinton Person Aug 1, 2005
Advised by (past or present) John W. Whitehead Esq. Person Jul 17, 2006

Articles and Resources

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Jun 22, 2016 Is Donald Trump right about Hillary Clinton?

QUOTE: ...Trump raised valid questions about Clinton's foreign policy positions, fund-raising practices and email quandary -- but he did so in his vintage over-the-top fashion, with so many personal insults that many will ignore or forget the substance of his criticism.

CNN (Cable News Network)
Jul 13, 2006 Former CIA Officer Sues Cheney Over Leak: Ex-CIA Officer Alleges Leak Of Her Name Was Retaliatory

QUOTE: Former CIA officer Valerie Plame and her husband, former ambassador Joseph C. Wilson IV, filed a lawsuit yesterday against Vice President Cheney, presidential adviser Karl Rove and former vice presidential aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, accusing the three of violating their constitutional rights in retaliation for Wilson's criticism of President Bush.

Washington Post
Jul 19, 2005 When Is Nonviolent Civil Disobedience Justified? The Case of Judith Miller

QUOTE: The most recent high-profile instance of civil disobedience is that of New York Times reporter Judith Miller. After a federal judge found Miller in contempt of court for refusing to comply with a grand jury subpoena, she has been held in a federal penitentiary. Every court to review the subpoena has proclaimed it legally valid, but Miller believes it to be unconstitutional.