Stanford University Professor Keith Devlin has a word of advice: don’t work for the National Security Agency. Devlin described feeling intensely betrayed by the NSA during his time working on Defense Department projects in the wake of Sept. 11.
Publications around the world released Snowden-leaked details of the extent of US spying on global partners, causing France to recall its ambassador today.
New fallout from intelligence leaks that revealed national security initiatives.
This week's revelation about the president's authorizing covert action in Syria should not have come as a surprise to anyone. On Wednesday, August 1, CNN carried a breathless report sourced to "U.S. officials" that our beloved Nobel Peace Prize recipient in the Oval Office "has signed a covert directive authorizing U.S. support for Syrian rebels battling President Bashar al-Assad."
Burton discussed WH leaks with Breitbart News.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein: "I think the White House has to understand that some of this is coming from their ranks."
As disturbing as was President Obama's lawless usurpation of constitutional authority in circumventing the DREAM Act to grant backdoor amnesty, this type of overreach is nothing new for him. He has frequently complained about how democracy and the Constitution are "messy" and do not permit him to exercise the authority of a Chinese president. But he nevertheless warned us that he would be pushing forward with his agenda through executive orders and administrative actions "on a wide range of fronts."
Senior members of Congress -- both Republicans and Democrats -- are reacting with shock and awe at the tsunami of national security leaks emanating from the Obama administration.
This is the worst of times for President Obama. He’s a president on the ropes, up for re-election in the worst economy since the Great Depression with no successes to run on and a Supreme Court who may rule this month his signature initiative Obamacare is unconstitutional. And just when you think Obama can’t step into any more proverbial poop . . . well, he does.
Everyone in the Washington-New York Axis of Evil knows that's why there has been a string of White House national security leaks.
It was gutsy for Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein to come out against Washington's recent rash of dangerous intelligence leaks last week; she made criticism of the leaks bipartisan.
Check out the tense debate between the two over White House leaks.