So, Hillary remains an unindicted co-conspirator. It is worth remembering, however, that criminal indictments are not the only measure of honesty and, yes, even honor.
CNN recently fired Donna Brazile, interim head of the Democratic National Committee, for illicitly giving Hillary Clinton advance copies of questions she would be asked in her debate with Donald Trump. (Trump asks, reasonably enough, why the DNC hasn’t fired her for that transgression as well.)
Since most of the press attention has focused on CNN and Brazile, it is worth pointing out that Hillary cheated as well.
The University of Virginia, for example, continues to pride itself on its honor system, and its Honor System Bylaws define cheating as, among other things, “using unauthorized materials in the completion of work” and “unauthorized acquisition of advance knowledge of the contents of an exam or assignment.”
If Hillary had been a student at the University of Virginia and had behaved similarly in a debate with her opponent in an election for student body president, she would have been expelled.
It appears that the standards for candidates for president of the United States are considerably lower: it is sufficient simply not to be indicted.