By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The new John Grisham novel gets three F's -- one for fascinating, another one for facile and a third for fun. In "The Racketeer," Mr. Grisham treats his legions of faithful readers to yet another sure-fire, hard-to-put-down, story-driven thriller. That he does not also provide the reader with the literary equivalent of an earth-moving experience is by this point in Mr. Grisham's productive, prolific career basically beside the point.
A small-time, small-town attorney from Winchester, Va., Malcolm had agreed, as a favor to a "law school pal," to handle a seemingly straightforward legal matter for a client Malcolm had never met.