The FBI was right to recommend that no criminal charges be filed against Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server while Secretary of State. But she still needs a cure for the reckless arrogance she displayed, an attitude that could produce more disasters if she reaches the White House.
To protect herself as president, and to protect her presidency, Clinton needs a Dr. No. That's somebody more powerful than the smart loyalists she surrounds herself with, somebody with the stature to say: "Ma'am, you cannot do that."
Donald Trump and a chorus of Republicans will scream that the long Federal Bureau of Investigation inquiry that's now finally over was fixed, and that she should have been indicted. That's partisan demagoguery.
The decision was made by FBI director James Comey, a man of impeccable integrity and bipartisan credibility. He didn't even inform Attorney General Loretta Lynch, whose impromptu private meeting with Bill Clinton last week gave fodder to critics, even though both Lynch and Clinton said they didn't discuss the case.