Friday, January 20, 2017
We used to be a nation where presidential candidates of both parties released tax returns to assure the public they had no conflicts of interest.
We used to be a nation where presidents put their financial affairs in a blind trust, or in Jimmy Carter's case, sold their peanut farm because Americans understood how dangerous financial conflicts for a president could be.
We used to be a nation where marital infidelity and multiple wives would have been the end of a campaign, especially for the party of "family values."
We used to be a nation where bragging about groping women was wrong.
And as of today, we aren't.