Today, the influential Drudge Report posts, in its upper left-hand corner, 13 headlines associated with Hillary Clinton's Emailgate.
Will this Houdini of Politics be able to get out of what now can be thought of as "this one." Previously, Clinton has been able to survive just about every professional crisis - little and big.
Some of us even remember how smoothly she shifted from attempting to reform the nation's healthcare in Bill Clinton's first term to enthusiastically overseeing the children's Easter Egg roll on the White House lawn. When she was accused of being a carpetbagger when running for the U.S. Senate from New York, she went on her famous "Listening Tour." Everyone likes to be listened to. After her unsuccessful run for President she navigated her way into being U.S. Secretary of State.
But, this time, it seems different. This time she never had so much power and had so much at stake. Her enemies have a solid platform from which to attack. Her allies are scared that she, if she runs again for President, she will hand the White House over to the GOP.
The question has become: Could Clinton really be finished?