MOST OF THE headlines and TV coverage of Bill Clinton's press conference last week highlighted the president's proclamations of a newly minted commitment to campaign finance reform. The hypocrisy of these preachings was underscored by an editorial in the same day's New York Times. The paper, which endorsed Clinton's re-election, denounced the Clinton-led "Beltway sleaze orgy" symbolized by those 103 White House coffees the president held for campaign contributors. These coffees amount to what the Times called the "legalized sale of a controlled substance called political influence.... Call it Renaissance... More >>>