Journalist James Bamford joins the Federalist Radio Hour to explain how a young woman who came to the U.S. for grad school, became the perfect person to blame for Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.
Did American technology slip away in the luggage of Chinese spies because bureaucrats in Washington couldn’t resist spying on their political opponents?
Why are so many in Washington—even supposed conservatives—so eager to defend our powerful and unelected intelligence agencies?
These events should anger any red-blooded American who believes in representative democracy and the importance of the rule of law.
‘I made a mistake. I didn’t lie.’
It is embarrassing for a president to call you a failure and attack your institutions, while placing the blame for what has occurred at your feet.
It seems Nellie Ohr was well aware the National Security Agency can intercept and store every communication on the Internet. Did that affect her decision to become a ham radio operator?
The paradox of freedom has always been to create a government strong enough to defend the people against their foreign enemies, but not so strong that it becomes an oppressor itself.
‘I’ve filed formal complaints about them having Fox News on. . . Just, at least, for God’s sake, put Al Jazeera on.’
While the ECPA Modernization Act is by no means a cure-all for the erosion of privacy rights in America, it certainly would move the nation in the right direction.
The Department of Justice on Monday charged a federal contractor with illegally leaking top secret info to the media.
Eric Geller talks DNC leaks, professional hackers, and behind-the-scenes intelligence gathering on today’s Federalist Radio Hour.
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