Regarding "Yes, we should watch out for foreign donors" (Oct. 26, Page B-7): Investigative reporters are doing a good job of getting information about Hillary's suspicious donors, according to Michelle Malkin.
Too bad these journalists seemed to lack these very investigative skills before G.W. Bush took us into war on false pretenses. Good investigative reporting there would have been much higher on my scale of importance, not that I am trying to justify breaking campaign donation rules.
I'm curious to know why these investigative reporters are so bold and proficient in some areas of their work and so gutless and lousy in others.
It seems to me that Michelle is making a strong argument for public financing of political campaigns. Why isn't she clamoring loudly for that?