We're beginning to understand why the Clintons refuse to release their tax returns:
Mr. Clinton had gotten the nonpublicly traded stock from Accoona Corp. back in 2004 as a gift for giving a speech at a company event. He landed the windfall by selling the 200,000 shares to an undisclosed buyer in May 2006, commanding $3.50 a share at a time when the company was reporting millions of dollars of losses, according to interviews.
This is just the beginning. But the Clintons - and their media lackeys - refuse to abide by the most basic rules of campaign transparency.