The news from Buckingham Palace that Prince William and his wife, Kate, are expecting a baby drew congratulations from around the world. The couple's child will be third in line to the throne. (Dec. 3)
Warhawke: While they she may not have technically violated the law, her actions certainly should be considered as high crimes. Public officials are suppose to be held to a higher standard and when they allow stuff like this to happen and the appearance of wrong doing constitutes high crimes. Her actions have caused many in the public to lose confidence in government and her actions have promoted an appearance of corruption. Time for her to learn that perception is 90 percent of reality. The public perception is that she is corrupt and untrustworthy and therefore should not be allowed to hold public office as no one will believe anything she does is for the benefit of the nation but rather to her own benefit.