The resignation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn bears more than a few disturbing similarities to a scandal that brought the Bush administration to its knees.
Donald Trump’s detractors are overestimating the powers of the Electoral College—and, at the same time, underestimating the politicization of the CIA.
If Congress wants another investigatory circus, I’m all for it. Since it’s going to be a circus, it should be a three-ring circus. Election tampering is no small matter.
Reminder: Vladimir Putin does not possess some transcendent power to overturn the U.S. system and control your votes.
The mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks said al-Qaeda didn’t launch a second wave of attacks because of ‘the ferocity and swiftness of George W. Bush’s response.’
Even if the new season of ‘Making a Murderer’ somehow proves Steven Avery’s innocence, it’ll have nothing to do with Brendan Dassey’s confession.
Congress just released 28 pages of previously classified information detailing connections of Saudi nationals to the 9/11 hijackers.
Why corporate interests would want to to limit speech on Islamist threats.
Fictional Democrats prioritize the lives and interests of American citizens, while real Democrats turn a blind eye to deadly threats and play nice with barbarians.
With nearly half a million dead and U.S. proxies fighting each other, Syria represents a failure of U.S. strategy and a lack of presidential leadership.
What President Obama is saying about ISIS and the ongoing war with radical extremists seems to contradict what the rest of the government is saying.
Hillary Clinton’s email troubles aren’t going away anytime soon.
Remember Valerie Plame, the former CIA agent who was “outed” in the run-up to the Iraq war? She just retweeted an article outing another CIA agent.
Execution can be a just punishment for terrorists and mass murderers. Torture cannot.
Our nation’s first president had some direct things to say about torture, but its use in his time was different than its use today.
It’s extremely difficult to draw the line between interrogation and torture, but doing so is essential.
The Senate torture report demonstrates the Democrats genius for opposing things the public supports.
The Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on CIA torture benefits no one but our enemies and politicians looking to re-litigate previous presidential administrations.
Maybe the CIA interrogation program was a moral disaster for the country. But the Senate Democrats’ torture report didn’t bring us any closer to the truth.
Wired’s sprawling piece on Edward Snowden is revelatory. It also a reminder that it is completely reasonable to hold conflicting views about his actions.
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