If you have never read The Final Days, by Barbara Olson, a federal prosecutor who was killed in the deliberate crash of American Airlines Flight #77 into the Pentagon on 9/11/01, now would be a good time to do so. Her book had been written and was at the printer at the time of Olson’s death. Olson had been a prosecutor in the Department of Justice and had been involved in deposing Hillary Clinton in the various Clinton scandals. The Final Days catalogs the last days (a little over two months) of the Clinton Administration. Olson sheds a lot of light on this period, especially the winding up of the perjury/suborning of justice case against Bill Clinton; the multitude of last-minute executive orders that kept the Bush Administration occupied for months trying to determine if these should remain as U.S. law; a behind-the-scenes look at the infamous, mind-boggling pardons and how these developed; and the Clintons’ penchant for snubbing their noses at U.S. law/law enforcement. Since we have the Clintons on the threshold of occupying the White House again, voters should take another look at these two charlatans and consider if it’s in the best interests of the country to send them back to the White House. I can guarantee you that, after reading Olson’s book, you will feel nothing but dismay and disgust and a renewed sense of urgency to do what you can to keep these two from ever getting close to the White House again.