Executive agencies and the White House—whichever party is in power—will always resist oversight efforts. They will stall, they will rely on secrecy. These obstructions must be overcome. Continue reading
Feinstein’s searing indictment of the CIA’s subversion of congressional oversight comes from a senator who previously has worked overtime to justify the subversion of democratic governance.
Members of Congress are finding themselves at an ever-increasing disadvantage when it comes to even finding out what intelligence agencies are doing — not to mention reining them in. Continue reading
Why do Generals Alexander and Clapper remain in office, when all the evidence points to them committing the felony of lying to Congress and the American people? Continue reading