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Hell to Pay: The Unfolding Story of Hillary Rodham Clinton

by Barbara Olson

Publisher: Regnery Publishing, Inc., An Eagle Publishing Company
Pages: 344
Hardcover
ISBN: 9780895262745






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Overview of Hell to Pay: The Unfolding Story of Hillary Rodham Clinton

In Hell to Pay: The Unfolding Story of Hillary Rodham Clinton, former federal prosecutor and Washington insider Barbara Olson reveals the real Hillary Clinton—a woman whose lust for power surpasses even that of her husband.

As the Chief Investigative Counsel for the congressional committee that investigated "Travelgate" and unearthed "Filegate," Barbara Olson has peered through the Clinton defenses to see a Hillary Clinton who is angry, bitter, obsessive, and even dangerous to the health of American politics.

Hell to Pay investigates Hillary's radical roots, how she switched from being a "Goldwater Girl" to sixties radical—and how, since then, she has maintained her ties to the radical left. The agenda? In the sixties, it was the Black Panthers and overthrowing corporate America. Today, it is socialized medicine and using children as political tools for social change.

In Hell to Pay, Barbara Olson recounts Hillary's own, personal "decade of greed" and reveals the paranoia of a first lady whom even a Clinton confidant has accused of operating a virtual "secret police" unit to destroy presumed enemies—including such lowly staffers as cooks and valets.

Olson shows a woman who, far from "standing by her man," is a political Machiavellian—a wife who reviews her husband's "bimbo eruption" files while defending him; and a feminist who supports and abets a serial adulterer, sexual harasser, and alleged rapist in order to maintain her own grip on power.

Far from being unstained by the Clinton scandals, Olson shows how "in scandal after scandal, all roads lead to Hillary" and how, iwht supreme irony, the most powerful woman in the world has won sympathy—after the Monica Lewinsky scandal—as the globe's premier "victim."

But perhaps most important than the scandals, and even Hillary's relentless drive for power, is the vision Hillary wants to impose on the country. It is a vision shaped by some of the most radical thinkers of our time, a vision that harkens back to social engineering on a grand scale, and that gives freedom a distant second place to government control

No one has better penetrated the political rise of Hillary Clinton than Barbara Olson.

Synopsis of Hell to Pay: The Unfolding Story of Hillary Rodham Clinton

Revised and updated to reflect the 2000 campaign and election, plus the first 100 days of her Senate term.

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Intent on revealing the dark side of Hillary Clinton, Olson investigates Clinton's philosophically radical roots and her ties to the radical left, and she characterizes Clinton as a political Machiavellian with a horrifying vision of social engineering and government control. The book includes a collection of some of the most unflattering color photos of Hillary ever taken. Olson has served as an attorney for the Department of Justice, as a congressional investigator, and as a general counsel in the US Senate. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Intent on revealing the dark side of Hillary Clinton, Olson investigates Clinton's philosophically radical roots and her ties to the radical left, and she characterizes Clinton as a political Machiavellian with a horrifying vision of social engineering and government control. The book includes a collection of some of the most unflattering color photos of Hillary ever taken. Olson has served as an attorney for the Department of Justice, as a congressional investigator, and as a general counsel in the US Senate. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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