IN PAULA WE TRUST

WITH JONES V. CLINTON, A CHRISTIAN-RIGHT LEGAL GROUP MAKES ITS CASE

Back when John Whitehead was a left-leaning student at the University of Arkansas and a writer for the local underground paper, he interviewed a young law professor named Bill Clinton who was planning to run for Congress. The idealistic Whitehead thought that Clinton could be another "people's candidate," like George McGovern, but he fretted to his interview subject that politicians often become "corrupt and phony." Don't worry, Clinton told Whitehead, "I won't let that happen to me."

Twenty-three years later, Whitehead, now a born-again Christian, has some follow-up questions for Clinton. They have to do with Paula Jones. The Rutherford Institute,...

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