Gap of Opinion on Flinn Case Wider than B-52 She Flew

American opinion is divided over the way the Air Force handled the case of 1stLt Kelly Flinn. Lt Flinn, an Air Force B-52 bomber pilot, resigned under pressure from the Secretary of the Air Force with less than an honorable discharge because she had an adulterous relationship.

As with the O.J. Simpson case, everyone . . . → Read More: Gap of Opinion on Flinn Case Wider than B-52 She Flew

Crudeness, Harassment Not Same: Paula Jones Case Dismissed

Heretofore, this column remained silent with respect to President Clinton’s widely publicized sexual diversions. On a public level, I didn’t think it was any of my business whether he did or did not do any of any of the things his accusers claimed. I wanted to wait for the legal proceedings to conclude before commenting. In a surprising turn of events, those proceedings concluded on the 1st day of April with reports that President Clinton thought the judge’s opinion was an April fool’s joke. It was no joke. U.S. District Judge Susan Webber Wright dismissed Paula Jones’ sexual harassment lawsuit against Mr. Clinton. . . . → Read More: Crudeness, Harassment Not Same: Paula Jones Case Dismissed