BILL O'REILLY: No matter what kind of controversy engulfs Hillary and Bill Clinton, they have a ready defense -- "The Clinton haters are at it again." And there is some validity to that defense as the Clintons are the most controversial couple in America and perhaps in the history of this country.
In general, a big mistake the Clintons make is that they don't admit mistakes. For example, Benghazi. All former secretary of state Clinton had to say was that security in Libya was very difficult, that she and her staff didn't pay close enough attention to the threats that were brought to their attention. That's a painful admission, but mistakes do happen.
Libya's a backwater. Secretary Clinton was gallivanting all over the place so her admission and deep apology most likely would have been accepted by most fair-minded people. Instead, instead Hillary Clinton and President Obama stone walled, angering millions of Americans.
On the e-mail front, there's no excuse. It was a calculated deception -- everybody knows that. The calculation the Clintons are making is that most voters won't care.
Now on to the latest brouhaha -- a new book will present circumstantial evidence that Hillary Clinton profited from her position as secretary of state. She did this because her husband made an enormous amount of money on the lecture circuit while she was in office. Also there is evidence that Clinton may have acted favorably to some concerns that donated big money to the Clinton Foundation. While a