Archive for the 'Leak Investigations' Category

Jul 25 2006

Did The CIA Block NSA Leads To FISA?

Wild speculation alert. We have seen that the NSA-FISA story was a complete hash by the NY Times since the only thing the Times reported accurately was that the NSA listens in on terrorists communications overseas. The NY Times inaccurately claimed the NSA was going around FISA, when in fact it was the completely opposite […]

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Jul 24 2006

NSA Leak Investigation Hits Capitol Hill

Finally some reports are coming out regarding the NSA leak investigation and their prime target for the leaks: Capitol Hill. Jay Rockefeller, who was interviewed for the NY Times story which exposed our efforts to identify terrorists here in the US ready to attack us, is probably on the interview list. From the sounds of […]

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Jul 23 2006

NSA Domestic Spying

OK, now the NSA is ‘spying’ on Americans – its employees. Which, by the way is perfectly legal. Try dialing a 1-800 porn number or brousing some porn sites at work and see what level of scrutiny employees are subject to. Some new guidelines at the NSA want the spy agency to note stories which […]

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Jul 22 2006

Leaks To Media From Lawyers

As if there are not enough lawyer jokes, Hal Raines of the NY Times states those who have leaked national security details regarding our efforts to stop terrorist attacks on US citizens: One audience member asked about the role of media leaks. Raines opted not to go in-depth since he no longer is a working […]

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Jul 14 2006

Pincus Revives Details On Terrorist Surveillance

Walter Pincus should know better – and I am sure he does. But he obviously feels the need to establish journalism’s alibi for exposing Americans to bombings and attacks like we saw in India recently. He needs to appease the media’s conciences by making up some excuse this was all known and open before (which […]

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Jul 14 2006

Tunnel Bomb Suspect Was Heading Back To Canada

In the most recent example of the news media impacting ongoing terrorist investigations where plans were being laid to bomb transportation tunnels into Manhatten, the news is the man arrested in Lebanon not only had ties to Canada, he was planning his return (ostensibly to go to the next phase of surveillance and final tactical […]

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Jul 11 2006

Leak Prosecutions Coming Soon

The long awaited announcements that investigations into leaks are turning to prosecutions may be starting. Pete Hoekstra enlightens us on the Bush adminstrations pending actions: The Bush administration is preparing a crackdown on intelligence leaks to the media and will try to pursue prosecutions in some recent cases, the chairman of the House of Representatives […]

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Jul 11 2006

The Paranoid Left

The left thinks they are worthy of being spied upon by George Bush! Every time Democrats and progressives speak out about George W. Bush’s spying on Americans without mentioning that he may also be spying on Democrats, they’re playing into Karl Rove’s “National Security Frame” and actually strengthening Republican electoral chances in November. To short-circuit […]

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Jul 10 2006

NY Times Did Serious Damage To Our Terrorism Defenses

The Washington Prowler is hot on the story about how the news media, in its obsession to get Bush, has truly crippled our nation’s defenses against terrorism: Despite the Bush administration’s giving the New York Times and Los Angeles Times the courtesy of full briefings leading into the papers’ decision to publish top secret information […]

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Jul 09 2006

Liberals, Media And Pols United In Failure

Given Times new front page liberal fantasy about Bush’s efforts since 9-11 I think the theme for the summer will be how the left self destructed by forgetting that their need for power doesn’t trump Americans’ right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness – in other words protection from terrorist attack. More on […]

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