Of course, the previous story raises a different question. The LA Times obviously spend several (hundreds of?) man hours tracking down these "poor Chinese immigrant" donors to the Clinton campaign. This is called diligent journalism and I applaud it.
But are they just as diligent in chasing down leads with other candidates? Or are we returning to the days of yore when anything connected to the Clintons is always deserving of extra levels of scrutiny?
How many other campaigns have connections to shady fund-raisers? How often do they have to answer for these things?