In the Autumn of 1992, when Clinton fever was running high, Paul Greenberg of the "Arkansas Democrat-Gazette" attended the National Conference of Editorial Writers. His peers there confronted him, expressing doubts about the highly critical editorials and columns he was writing about presidential candidate Bill Clinton. They were a variety of warnings that Clinton had a long history of indecision, that he had no principles he wouldn't sacrifice to win the election, that he presided ofer a disorganized staff and that he tended to shave the truth. In 1994, the same editorial writers were treating Paul Greenberg as a prophet. This is a compilation of unsettling truths about Bill and Hillary Clinton from a Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist who gave Bill Clinton the nickname "Slick Willie", and early on described President Clinton's political character, tactics and approach.