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For those Americans concerned about the upcoming presidential election, retired judge Sam Griffith’s new book, MacClinton (Conservative Books Press, an imprint of Redemption Press), paints a vivid and accurate picture of lives Bill and Hillary Clinton.

TYLER, TX – 25 Mar, 2016 – MacClinton is a juxtaposition of the political life of the Clintons with that of Macbeth a tragedy written by William Shakespeare that dramatizes the damaging physical and psychological effects of political ambition on those who seek power for its own sake.

From the opening scene with the three *itches meeting Bill MacClinton to the closing scene of George W. Bush’s presidential election victory, you’ll view Bill’s political career and Hillary’s cover-ups for her political ambition in a new light.  The preponderance of evidence against the Clintons as fit leaders of America should motivate you to investigate political candidates more closely before voting for anyone who will betray the interest of our country.

MacClinton recounts Bill and Hillary’s immorality, scandals, and cover-ups in an entertaining and enlightening way.

Scheduled to release April 1, 2016, this is a book you don’t want to miss!

Sam Griffith is a retired Justice on the Texas Twelfth Court of Appeals, a position to which he was elected three times. Mr. Griffith has also taught U.S. Constitutional Law at universities in Iraq and China.

AVAILABLE APRIL 1, 2016 at Amazon.com and book stores Nationwide

Pages: 176

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